Monday, 30 November 2009


And the candle holder goes to……….. Hannah!
Congratulations Hannah, my son brought you luck.
I would like to thank you all for participating and for encouraging word of yours. This means a lot!


The candle holder is ready to fly away. You still have time to participate! Look post below: (

Punched card

Rather easy and pretty card to make. All you need is a pin, pair of scissors and a cardboard. Choose or draw the motive and either punch or cut the solid lines. I like the combination of these two techniques.

Sunday, 29 November 2009


Last night’s negative has become today’s positive. Sunny day, sunny thoughts…

Saturday, 28 November 2009

3d paper

Last night when I cut the recycled tree, something occured to me, wanted to make a 3d paper out of plain one and I did some experiment. Hope that you can catch the idea.

Recycled card

I don’t’ like to throw away paper, even if it is simple, plain cardboard. Out of this one I cut a Christmas tree. Little bit of cutting, little bit of punching and voilá…

Friday, 27 November 2009

Paper wreath

Wreath is a great way to welcome Christmas and this year is a must in my home. Naturally, I made it out of paper. Share your wreaths with me, would like to see them all.
For a flower tutorial look here:

And of course, don’t forget my on going giveaway (two posts below).

Thursday, 26 November 2009

Tuesday, 24 November 2009


I am ready for a giveaway. To enter, just leave a comment here before midnight 30th of November of 2009, and one random winner will be drawn. Be sure to include a link or way of reaching you. The winner will be announced on 1st of December in this post and contacted.

Monday, 23 November 2009

Giveaway in preparation

I started to cut a new candle holder and thinking of giving it away for my 100 post. Hope that some of you would like to have it! Anyway, thanks for reading and visiting my blog.

Saturday, 21 November 2009

What's for lunch today

I'll try to make some better photos, promise. Couldn't wait the morning sun.

Thursday, 19 November 2009

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Hart ornament template

Here is a template for hart ornament, to copy and cut it as you like. If you do cut it, please let me know, I would like to see! Enjoy cutting!

Candle cover

The idea for this simple candle cover I found in Patricia Zapata’s book, Home, paper, scissors. It’s simple and modern. Perfect for the elegant Christmas table. Look for more project of Patricia Zapata at (

Monday, 16 November 2009

Present packaging

Cut a motif out of paper, glue it on a wrapping paper and you got a nice package for you Christmas gifts.
I cut out this piece:

And pack my little present like this:

Friday, 13 November 2009

X-mas ornament, part II

I did some paper cutting and some glittering and I made another version of X-mas ornament.

Papier mache ornament

I am sticking to the paper. It’s my favorite material and I want a homemade paper Christmas this year. The ball is made out of papier mache, colored in red and white with a touch of glitter inside and embellishment which is actually a mobile phone pendant bought in 1 euro store.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Book mark

Somebody could think, wow, what a romantic soul cutting all that harts shapes endlessly, but believe me, I am romantic, but not that much… If you are planning to give a book as a Christmas gift, just spice it up with some self made book mark, it’s a nice touch. Here is an idea.

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Monday, 9 November 2009

Special day

Special card for her special day. My best friend, she is getting married, I’m trilled and excited, she is not, at least that’s what she says. Anyway, this is for you…

Sunday, 8 November 2009

Friday, 6 November 2009

Thursday, 5 November 2009

Looks a bit kitschy, don’t you think so? Or maybe this colour doesn’t go well with all these swirls. I think that I should get rid of them.
Like him more this way.

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Paper curtain

Very easy and effective way to decorate your kid’s room for up coming holidays. My seven old son and I, we made this paper curtain for his birthday but decided to keep it till Christmas.

Leaf cage

Cutting the leaf wasn’t my idea. Saw it here ( and was curious. Turned out that it was easy and compared to paper there is no difference. Of course, you need to press them first.

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Quilled roses tutorial

Tea from Hobbychic ( asked me to make a tutorial for quilled roses, so Tea, I decided to give it a try.
You will need quilling stripes. If you don’t have these, just make them out of paper. Mine are 1 cm wide; the size of yours depends on width of the stripe. You will also need a quilling tool, which I don’t have and instead I use toothpick.

Step 1: Roll the paper 2 or 3 rounds around the tool.

Step 2: Fold the paper 90° downwards so that it is parallel to the quilling tool.

Step 3: Continue to roll the strip of paper. Repeat fold-and-roll until you have no more paper left.

Step 4: Remove the rose off the quilling tool and allow the rolls to relax and re-adjust themselves.

Glue the loose end onto the bottom of the rose. And you're done.

Tea (Hobbychic - me je zamolila da napravim tutorijal za papirne ruže i Tea, zahvaljujući tebi ja ću pokušati da napravim svoj prvi turotijal.
Potrebne su vam papirne trake. Ako nemate ove već sečene, napravite ih sami. Moje su debljine 1cm; od debljine traka zavisiće i veličina ruža. Potreban vam je i alat za uvijanje papira, ali pošto ga ja nemam, koristila sam veću čačkalicu.
Korak 1: Uvijte papirnu traku oko alata - čačkalice dva do tri puta.
Korak 2: Savijte traku pod uglom od 90 stepeni ka vama tako da je paralelna sa alatom za uvijanje.
Korak 3: Nastavite da uvijate papirnu traku oko alata. Savijajte i uvijajte traku (koraci 2 i 3) dok ne dođete do kraja papirne trake.
Korak 4: Skinite ružu sa alata i dopustite da se malo odvije.
Zalepite kraj papirne trake za dno ruže i gotovo.

Monday, 2 November 2009

And the crafting Christmas season is opened! Hee, hee, hee!

Quilled roses bouquet

I made this little paper roses bouquet to officially announce the start of Christmas season crafting. If you are interested in quilling have a look at Inna’s blog (

She makes beautiful staff.