Donnerstag, 25. November 2010


that's todays card for a dog lover!

We are visiting my brother in law this weekend. Since we see each other a few times a year, birthday, christmas & all other holidays get mixed in one day & one card.

He always says: HI! with a bright smile,
and I have the feeling this doggie shows it like it is.

Dienstag, 23. November 2010

giving thanks

I really like this American - Canadian tradition of giving thanks.

It sure has a strong relationship with the history of those countries, but it's so nice to have a special time to realize what you have, what you get/got, what you should be thankful for.

Celebrating this tradition, sending our best wishes to our lovely friends over the ocean & our american friends living in Cologne,
 I've made those cards.

I hope they like it!

My husband did, so this one is for him.
As a little sign of being thankful for his love, his support & his patience :-)

So, what about taking some time this weekend, relaxing, enjoing time with your family, being happy to be healthy toghether  & giving thanks?!

Thank you for supporting, watching, following & living comments.


Samstag, 20. November 2010

gooooolllllll !!!!!

This is a little birthday card I did today
for my son's kindergarden friend.

It will be a soccer b-day.
I hope they get dry good weather to kick the ball all over the garden.

Have a healthy sunny sunday!

Montag, 8. November 2010

Bag toppers & trees

I did it!
I mad the little trees @ Bettypepper's crop evening wich was really nice!
It was a contagious project :-)
Three other Ladys did trees, & two more will be doing it.

It's a nice crafty thing wich allows you to create, while you can talk or spend time with your family & friends.

I did not found a nice ribbon, so they are plain.

Freitag, 5. November 2010


I'm happy I founded something that's small & I don't have to carry everything with me,
 to make tonight in my first crop-evening @ Bettypepper!!!
I am sooooooo excited!!!! :-)

You know, christmas comes ones a year, but it's faster around the corner as we can imagine,so I decided to do this little cutie trees from:
Scrapbook trends "Holidays" 2009 book.
For the trees you'll need, a triangle lots of paper stripes & something round to roll the bottom of each stripe for curling. I took a brusch. Than you place one piece along a row or line. When you finish at the top you have to cut from the back, the pieces of stripes there are out of the triangle. You can decorated with a star or a button; with a ribbon or just your creativity flows.
It's not ready!
  I still need a nice ribbon & the button for the top it's not on it,
 but tomorrow I'm sure it’ll be. 

I'll be using those little tree for the kindergarden teachers cookie bags, maybe I'll use the back as a wishing card...
I think it's good combination of my son's "work" (cookie baking) & my.