donderdag 29 november 2012


We went to s'Hertogenbosch not so long ago, just for shopping. It was a day with typical dutch weather: grey with a little bit of rain, and at the end of the day a tiny bit of sun. But we had a lovely day and bought some nice things.
I give you a little peek at s'Hertogenbosch here.

And here the left side of this church.

And here a photo of my daughter and me made by my husband.

Fun, isn't it?!
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zondag 18 november 2012

"Reach for the Sky"

I made this card for a young woman who passed an exam and reached a wonderful succes. The world is at her feet can one say. I wished to sent her my congratulations. And so I did with this card.

Isert this card in the "Journaling Card Challenge" on Moxie Fab World Blog. You can read all about it here:
There is some journaling paper used on this card.
The paper is from My Minds Eye.
The butterfy stamp and the wish are by Inkadinkado.
The flowers are cut with my Cricut.
The little butterfy sticker is from a box with yummy stickers by Cavallini Papers & Co.Inc.
And than the background....

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vrijdag 16 november 2012

Inspired by Nature

Now we see such wonderful autumn colors in nature, I felt inspired to make this card with autumn colored leaves.

First punche the squares and than embossed the leaves on it with gold embossingpowder.
Attatched in on a square of S.E.I.paper.
Made it for the "Square Punch Challege" on Moxie Fab World blog.
You can read all about it here:
Thank you for visiting my blog!
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woensdag 14 november 2012

Autumn Colors

Love to show you some amazing things I saw in Nature! Considering my blogheader you can imagine that I love to see and photograph toadstools.
I think this scene is a little mysterious, isn't it?!

And look at these little ones.

And this one is gorgeous too.

The colors are wonderful these days.

The light sometimes is so beautiful.

And see the shine on these toadstools!

Hope you enjoyed to see a glimpse of how the Netherlands look like these days.
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