Keepsake Journal: April — Patty Radish

My memory keeping for April went a little awry! Somehow I deleted most of my photos, and lost the ephemera. Due to the frustration of it all, I’m behind…again! But, I’ve decided to soldier on and make the best with what I have because my little organizer is busting at the seams with the next […]

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Hello! — Cindy Rice Designs

Hello from soggy northern Illinois! How are you? I hope your week is moving along nicely. I am keeping busy with a few different projects. Over the weekend I finished my cozy and snuggly Bobble Cowl. The pattern is by Joji Locatelli and can be purchased on Ravelry. It uses one skein on sock yarn. […]… Continue reading Hello! — Cindy Rice Designs

Spring and the Summer — Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna

Jim gave me this video as an answer in a talk at his blog. So I answered with this one That means the Spring/Summer song search is on. If you have a Spring or Summer song you like to share. Leave the link in the comments. I bet Leslie have a Spring song. She always […]… Continue reading Spring and the Summer — Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna

Making vintage ephemera — Words Like Silk

I’ve been wanting to make my own ephemera for a while but since I’d never done it before, I delayed. I just had to watch enough YouTube videos for inspiration and then I gave it a go. I had some tags that I cut out and coffee-dyed so I used them to start with. I… Continue reading Making vintage ephemera — Words Like Silk

Childrens art wall

A nursery should be adorned with colorful artwork. It instantly brightens up the walls, adding charm and warmth, and also serves as an early visual stimulant for newborns and children. Oftentimes wall art is even passed down for generations, becoming a cherished family heirloom. Unsure of what to get for an expecting mom? A unique… via… Continue reading Childrens art wall