Archive for March, 2012

I have two cards for today. I hope you’ll like them both. Heute gibt’s zwei Karten – ich hoffe, sie gefallen euch. The first features an image called Gloria and was drawn by Tom. Isn’t she a pretty girl? I combined her with some leftovers of wrapping paper and a crocheted flower. Therefore, I want […]


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This post will be German only – at the moment I don’t feel that my English is good enough to express my opinion. But I’ll try to summarize this post during the next days. Das ist Laetitia. Sie ist eine kleine Fee, die gerne den Tieren und anderen Lebewesen im Wald hilft. Sie spielt gerne […]


After I used the Macabre Monday challenge to solve my storage problems (look here), I used the Burtonesque Dolls this time. The theme is “Alter it” (Burton-style, of course) and I altered a can. Now I have enough cans for my scissors but I stil have ugly plain cans my pencils and other stuff. I […]


This image drew my attention to a challenge I had not noticed before: The Penny’s Paper-Crafty Challenge Blog. I find it so beautiful that I wanted to make something for the challenge. But although I had an idea what materials I’ld like to use I hadn’t any idea how my project should look like. Then, […]


My sister is busy with University stuff, very busy at the moment (you know, thesis time) and I thought I make a card to cheer her up a little bit. She likes frogs and when I was asked to create a card for Use It Tuesday as a guest designer I knew what kind of […]


Yesterday, I was asked to play some football with some friends. I’ve played football for some semesters at University until I’ve found other sports I wanted to try and found more suitable for me. But I still love to play just for fun with friends. Today, when I saw the Creative inspirations colour scheme I […]


Well, I’m not a witch. I’m the witch’s cat. I’m the one who is secretly observing and manipulating. I know most of the hexes and I don’t hesitate to use them. Can-opener, bow to my powers and do, what I allow you to be in your duties: serve the salmon. After I allowed you to […]