The table deco was made with Sizzix Spoo


Colorful Advent Calendar

This colorful advent calendar is made of 24 little drawer boxes. Material used is 1 mm matboard covered with colored paper and white die-cut numbers, also from matboard. I used the Sizzix ScoreBoards Candy Drawer die (designer Eileen Hull) and Word Play die (designer Tim Holtz). I like the ScoreBoards dies a lot because they... Continue Reading →


The Halloween candy jars are finished and filled. I used Eileen Hull's Sizzix ScoreBoards candy jar die - I like those very much because they are so versatile. I just embellished them with a black rosette, a fun Halloween sticker and some rubbed-on chalks.

Gifts from the Kitchen

Oh my... My blog is quite deserted these days. But at least I'd like to send some advent greetings to whoever takes a look here from time to time. I made these little hot-chocolate-on-a-sticks as gifts for friends and kindergarten teachers etc. Here's how I made them (metric system, sorry...): 100 g dark chocolate 100... Continue Reading →

Happy Autumn!

Here's some autumn deco I made either myself or together with my five year old son. Wreath made from horse chestnuts, sequins and seed beeds. Autumn collages made by Anton (canvas board, acrylic modeling paste and finds from the autumn forest). Unfortunately, the picture quality is not so good... Autumn collages made by myself (ginkgo... Continue Reading →

One More Piraty Thingy

... the pirate party was great. And here's a pirate bunting I made together with A. Very easy, just cut triangles (didn't seam or serge them at all) and sprayed with black spray textile paint using a pirate template.

Pirate Party

I am wondering: Is this pirate fever a global disease or limited to my son's kindergarten? He has been obsessed with piratery for the past few months. Of course that means we will have a pirate party for his upcoming 5th birthday. Here are the invitations as well as some bottlecaps for decorating the successful... Continue Reading →

Happy Easter Bunny

For a one-on-one swap. Acrylics and cutouts (gouache, stamps) on cardstock; the bunny was created using an animal font and the Craft Robo. And it's eye is a vintage glass button from Bohemia.

Fancy Barettes

For our kindergarten's yearly Christmas Market booth. Made using fun foam die cut flowers (spellbinders and quickutz dies), wire, hair grips, some pizzazz (sequins, seed beads).

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