New Free Valentines Graphics and Cards for Groundhog Day

Now that Christmas and New Year is over, hopefully happily over, it’s time to start thinking about Valentines Day ¬†and looking forward to all the Holidays in spring. Not to forget Groundhog Day! I have made a couple of greeting cards for Groundhog Day, you can find them here. I don’t actually know if people …

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Vintage Christmas Greeting Card

  I restored a funny vintage Christmas greeting card, as a bonus for those of you who follows my newsletter. You can see it here, and if you would like to save it in a really good quality for printing, look in the newsletter from today to find the link to the good printable version. …

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See This Easy Way to Pit Cherries!

I like cherries, and furthermore I have read that they are good for me, because I have a tendency to have gout and cherries should be good against that. So I eat a lot of cherries, and I want to freeze cherries down for the winter, to make cherry juice without all kinds of sugar …

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Summer Activity for Kids

I went for a walk in the neighborhood today. It’s summertime, and even if the temperature is not exactly what you expect on a summer day, it’s still really nice and everybody spends as much time outdoor as possible. I happened to come across these jump stones in one of the gardens. I have never …

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Pearl Plate for Easter (and a giraffe).

Some of my friends held a cozy craft-evening the other night, and while some were knitting, others drawing, a few of the participants made animals on pearl plates. I know it is thought of as a kids craft to make things on pearl plates, but as these kids grow older and become parents, they enjoy …

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