Jan 26, 2010
Jan 24, 2010
If you are longing for spring
If you want to have that spring feeling
If you want to be lovely surprised
And receive new fabric
You do not want shipping costs being to high….
This is the swap for you!
What do you have to do?
1. Find your two most beautiful spring fabrics and
It can be a anything as long as it is very pretty!
Wrap it up all pretty, and write a nice note to send with it because...
This is it nothing more nothing less.
Everyone can join (with are without a blog).
Because this is an international swap
you have to be prepared to ship overseas.
You can sign up by;
Leaving a comment on either Corry’s or Heleen’s swap post,
be sure to include your email address if you are a no-reply/ anonymous commenter.
Then you mail your e-mail address, real name and home mail address
and also your blog address, if you have one to email@example.com
The sign up will close on January 31, 11.59 p.m. (CET time).
We will match up and send out partner information the following week.
Once you receive your partner's details you can send her an email
to say hello and introduce yourself.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and your partner
to confirm that you’ve sent your parcel.
Once you received your ‘spring surprises’ could you please blog about them
(if possible) to publicly thank your partner.
If your partner doesn’t have a blog
you can post and show your own makings on your blog
so we all can see your wonderful spring surprises.
If you have a blog feel free to add this swap button in your sidebar
Don't hasitate any longer and join us!
Jan 23, 2010
in case I made you curious about that wool on my plate (previous post).
I picked up the crochet needle again, found some pretty wool and start crocheting squares.
Lots and lots of wool to make many more squares.
Have a lovely weekend. I hope to see you back on monday,
Jan 21, 2010
Both Heleen and I feel so honoured, Dutch sisters is nominated for one of the Poppies. It’s an award ceremony that’s taking place at this lovely blog “ Poppytalk” . The category is for ‘ Favourite Handmade Crafter’ so thank you! If you feel like voting for us (or anyone else, of course) you can do so here (scroll down). Thanks again for your support.
Labels: dutch sisters shop
Jan 20, 2010
work with colors on my plate. Nothing to show for, yet.
and enjoy colors in my glass vase. This amarelys is blooming for the second time now.
And I was thinking, actually we were. Heleen and I wondered if any of you would be interested in joining our first swap. Sign up will be somewhere next week. First we have to work out the details.
Jan 18, 2010
Jan 15, 2010
This one is for Elizabeth from "creative breathing".
1. gnome in a nutshell 02, 2. Gnome and Fawn, 3. Gnome Sweet Gnome, 4. Tiny Garden Gnome, 5. Itty gnome!, 6. Gnome, 7. NOMs, 8. gnome_deer, 9. Gnome-Land, 10. Gnome and Frog, 11. Mushroom House: Red, 12. IMG_5745, 13. Wood Mushroom Trinket Box, 14. Gnome Needlebook, 15. Gnome, 16. Crafting 365/ Day100
Jan 13, 2010
It's still cold outside. Even calico cat found himself a pleasant warm place in front of the central heating.
I'm up in my attic dug around for unfinished projects.
I joined "OPAM 2010", The one project a month challenge 2010.
This will be my change to get some things finished.
My problem, you see, when I'm in the middle of a project
I start something completely new!
So, here is a glimpse of a tabble runner or mini quilt (not sure yet) I started here.
This will be my Januari challenge!
Jan 11, 2010
Hyacints have a very strong scent. You either hate or you love it.
Well, i love that sweet flowery, fruity smell!
See this fantastic link, LPF ribbons.
Jan 10, 2010
greetings for you from three little Dutch girls
wearing little Dutch aprons...
A happy Sunday from me too!
PS. Thank you for all your lovely comments on last post. Many of you asked where they could buy these jars. All I know is that my MIL purchased them at the AH store.
Jan 7, 2010
Bonne Maman confiture comes in lovely shaped jars with a checkered lid on.
After eating all the jam don't throw away the empty jars.
They are handy for storing buttons, beads, needles etc.....
Thank you MIL for eating lots of jam and saving the empty jars for me!
Labels: this and that
Jan 5, 2010
It's still winter outside and I'm sitting cozy upstairs in my own little space.
Drinking coffee and eating kitkat's, they are low in calories, you know (lol)! I'm looking at family pictures I picked up from the store this morning. They turned out great. Luca's first time in the snow.
Here is Daantje (that's her name)with her gorgeous flowery apron on.
Isn't she cute? She's posing for me so I can take her photograph.
You can see she loves flowers by the cross-stitch flowers on her apron and the roses on her dress.
I made a start on Daantjes friends. They don't have all their bodyparts yet and one needs a face. But the girls aprons are done!
I'm going now, make myself a second cup of coffee!
See you next time!
Jan 4, 2010
Hello everyone, how are you all! Did you survive the holiday season?
Well we did alright, although I only
have to will eat low calorie food
for the next few weeks or so!
A new year calls for a new calender.
This new one is hanging in my craftsroom. It's actually a birthday calender.
It contains beautiful cross-stitch sampler patterns
and a farmers saying for each month.
The calender is published by Tesseschade-Arbeid Adelt
Besides all the eating I did this past two weeks
I also managed to squeeze some crafty time in.
A new doll. She asked me for some polkadot shoes....
And who am I to say no...
Have a good start of January's first week!