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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Beautiful Christmas Star

Here comes an in-the-very-last-minute Christmas decoration: A beautiful Christmas Star. It is made out of the parchment paper you use to separate the food in the lunchbox (if you do that). Anyway, it is made out of parchment paper the size 12 x 7,25 cm (4.7 x 2.9 inches). Maybe it can be made out …

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