Eeeek, spiders! Real spiders creep me out, but they’re great as a crafty theme. This spider’s web was a prototype, but I’m quite happy about the result. I’m thinking about a version with bright yellow yarn, or even glow-in-the-dark…
And another challenge! Again, I found it on the Paper Playful List. Our grandma had her 85th birthday, so the inspirational card of the TYI Challenge #6 was the perfect impulse to create this card: Thanks for the great Challenge!
When I make birthday cards, I like to have a look at challenges for inspiration. Just the other day I found a great blog whose busy team actually lists dozens of current challenges!
This list made me aware of the Fusion Card Challenges which I’ll join for the first time now…
Some weeks ago, our cat Joschka had his 12th birthday. He has been a member of our family since 2002, and I guess we’ve taken thousands of photos of our furry friend. He even appeared as the Cover Boy Cat in the “Literary Cat Calendar”…
Analog goes digital: All my childhood photos are classic paper prints, meticulously sorted in big photo albums and slowly fading because “acid free” did have no meaning back then.
Finally a new freebie! It’s for anyone who needs fabric textures, be it for scrapbooking or as an overlay in Photoshop. The fabric samples are not simply re-colored, they are all individually scanned. Click on the post title to view the details.
Aren’t letters especially pretty when they are sealed with a real seal? It is so easy to turn any beautifully shaped button into a seal. Here’s how it works:
Keeping your relationship harmonious and stress-free? No problem, we found the perfect scapegoat. If you want to know how, just click on the title
I’m always on the lookout for faces, I can’t help it. Not “real” faces, though… My hubby thinks it’s hilarious when I suddenly stop to take out my camera and take pics of old door handles, rusty screws or fence posts. My imagination runs wild wherever I go, and you can see what I mean
Hi everybody. If you’ve visited my site before, you’ll probably wonder: Where did all the color go? Where are the posts? To make it short: They’re stored in virtual packing boxes. Due to a severe hacker attack on my webserver, the web host told me that completely deleting all files and reinstalling WordPress would be
…yep, I’ll have to do that a lot. After the hacker attack, all tutorials have to be re-written. That’ll take me some time, but in the meantime, you can have a look at my Pinterest board and see what I’ve come up with in the past. Even though the pins will lead you to a