Last things first: Look what Heleen has sent me:
At her birthday give away I won one of her self made hearts. I am so happy with it. We are redecorating my daughters room. Changing it from a purple Arabic 1001 nights room into a Pip room and this heart will look so good over there. See that lovely Pip sticker? I love love love such details. Photos of that room will follow, but it is still under construction. DIY didn't go as planned and after a lot of 'I told you so's' and other not so nice words, we are now taking a break. It was either that or a divorce lol.
It's übercute, thanks again Heleen.
One of my favorite bloggers Marja was having her birthday yesterday, a special birthday while she turned 50. So I sent her this:
Alas no room for the 50 little candles. I think it's the first time that I have made a card that was not my own design, in fact it's Tammy Gilley's. She told how to make this cake card here. But still I liked working on this card anyhow.
I sent these labels last Tuesday to Karla for the puppy love tag swap. I have used some images of Stacey again. Thanks Stacey, I hope you are on the mend now! I have three kitty love tags too, hope that no one makes a problem of that. And one tag seem to have no dog at all...
he's just around the corner!
If you want to see the real thing, don't forget to check Karla's blog for she is having the cutest Yorkshire puppies over there!
This week I have been so busy jumping in and out caravans joining the 'One world one heart' give away. It's so stimulating to see what everybody has come up with, like home made pickles, goat soap, illustrated books, dolls, jewelry, you name it. It really is a creative caravan and there are already more than 700 (!) participants. It is still not too late to jump on. The last opportunity is February 3rd midnight PST, that's February 4th seven o'clock in the morning for us Dutchies. Read all about it here.
Of course you can still enter my give away here. I'm closing comments over there at February 11th, midnight CET.
Let's give Lisa a big hug for making this possible.