Learning from the best

I bought some Tombow pens awhile back and while I love their colours, I have never really managed to use them to blend as well as I hoped. Then I stumbled upon Heather Telford's tutorial on using Tombow pens and her creations came out so beautifully that I decided to try her technique! I do… Continue reading Learning from the best


Magic Powders

Today I tried my hand at two new methods! Mixed Media, and using my newly received Perfect Pearls...and I had so much fun! I was never really a fan of mixed media as I found it a little too vintage for my taste. But then I saw the creations of Susanne Rose, a designer at the… Continue reading Magic Powders


Turning negative to positive

This is another post where I had to recover a mistake I made...and using positive and negative die cuts! I  have a Butterfly heart die from Memory Box that I love. Apart from the fact that its simply beautiful, its also very versatile. Here I've shown 3 ways you can use this die. The 1st… Continue reading Turning negative to positive

Cards · Heat embossing · Stencil · Watercolor


Incy Wincy spider climbing up the spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain Now Incy Wincy spider went up the spout again! Like many of you I'm sure, I heard this many times as a child and sang it to me kids… Continue reading Phoenix


Inspiration weekend

After going through a week without much inspiration to create cards with, which was very frustrating because I had all this free time when the kids were away in school, it hit me as soon as Friday came around! So I spent all weekend churning out cards (7 in total)! Dare I say I am… Continue reading Inspiration weekend


La Mer…

Theres a beautiful French song called "La Mer" (The Sea) by Charles Trenet, click the link here and enjoy the song while you read this post. I'm listening to it while I'm writing this and it really puts me in the mood! At the moment the only water we get around us is rain, and… Continue reading La Mer…

Cards · Stencil · Watercolor

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

(Or out of sight out of mind...?) Many of our husbands travel frequently for their job, some even live in another city and come home only on weekends. We get used to it and adjust our lives accordingly and have a close knit of friends we can count on if needed. There are a few,… Continue reading Absence makes the heart grow fonder