Yes…..I know it has been al long time since my last post…like two years or more…sorry about that. I was in a place where I was totally done with social media for some time and disconnected with the whole world true internet. Internet is a great place but it also has a very negative site. And I am in person more a face to face kind of girl…say hi if you see somebody on the streets, really talk to people, send a real card for somebodies birthday. Old fashion maybe….you know what I mean. But in these times it seems it makes your world very small if you are not connected in some way true social media. And I really missed all of you amazing artists and readers and other creative people!!
So hey, hello!!! I am back!!! And I will be regularly posting on my blog again!
For some time now I have had thoughts about my blog and what’s on it. And I was not happy with it.
I thought about it (and life) for more than 9 months and have been absent on my blog…sorry for that…but sometimes life controls you and now the time is just right for change! So I am not going to make it deep, dark and black…but happy and cheerfull! There are going to be some changes overhere! More crafting by hand…more (free) patterns… sewing… sketching….and sharing…and also text in Dutch! So my fellow countrymen and women can follow!
This bag (above) is one of the first things I am sharing. I made it for my daughter and the pattern was from one of my books so I can’t share the pattern because of copyright, sorry! But it’s in Frozen style with the colours of the theme, so let’s hope she likes it and I got you inspired!
And we have added this little rascal to the family! Meet Mr. Lightning!
Since I get so many questions about my Alice In Wonderland Kits I decided to put them here for everyone! Just click on the images to go to the download links.
Life is going so fast at the moment, I can’t believe it’s November already! So time for another blog train! And this time I have two mini kits, one here and one on my facebookpage. Don’t forget to visit the rest of the train at Pixel Scrapper. You can click on the images to get the download link. Enjoy!
And a desktop calender for this month…..made with my kits and the one from Marisa.
Here is a sneek preview from my watercolors I am working on this month for the Pixel Scrapper blog train of november 2014. I got my inspiration from Japanese art like the Kokeshi dolls and other cute crafts. The palette for this train is so big that I have so many ideas. Not sure how big this one is going to be!
Made this with my own kit and a paper made by Violet from Scrumptiously. She made awesome stuff! Thanks Violet!
To get this desktop calender just click on the image and you will get the download link. Enjoy!
Here are my two parts for the wonderful blog train at Pixel Scrapper this month! Hope you like it.
And this one you can find on my facebook page! Don’t forget to like to get the download link. Enjoy!