You have seen them. I have made them. And here are my newest and cutest little gnomes. The materials Materials Sorry the picture is not as good as I would have liked, but here is the list of materials I started out with: Hot glue gunpaper rollfelt in different coloursscrap of furand ... Read More about Gnomes
When Shantiva contacted me again a few weeks ago, I was trilled. This time the request was to try out the Tibetan singing bowl. Because I have no experience with these bowls I did some research. This is what I learned about the tibetan singing bowl Tibetan singing bowls have been around ... Read More about Tibetan singing bowl
It is starting to look a lot like Christmas here. Snow is on the ground and temperatures have dropped dramatically. Harvest is finally done. The soya beans were the last to get off the field. Little gnomes are popping up everywhere, and here follows one of my versions: After looking on ... Read More about Christmas Gnomes
Novembers face is from a picture of a friend of mine. Getting started The process You can see the picture that was printed of after enlargement. I then transferred the outline onto the canvas. The background was painted first, then the shadow parts and hair were painted in. The ... Read More about Monthly Faces November
How it started In June I was approached to try out Visme. In the past I have used Canva and found this easy and sufficient for my use. So how does Visme compare to Canva? I will tell you what I found. Below follows a infographic about all the main differences between Canva versus ... Read More about Visme versus Canva
Natural light is amazing and we should do everything we can to bring as much as possible into our daily lives. This infographic from HappyCleans looks at the many benefits of natural light and looks at ways to bring more of it into our homes. Before we even get into all of that, let’s look at the ... Read More about Does Your Home Get Enough Natural Light?