Plan your Christmas with me. With the help of the link in this post, you can download the Christmas planner I’ve put together.
In this post, I’ll tell you how to make this tea light holder. It’s super easy to make, so it’s an ideal project for beginners.
My planner is ready for May. For this month, I chose a purple theme.
I know it’s a cliché but it’s incredible that even March is almost over! So I pulled myself together and set up my planner for April.
Although it’s still snowing, my planner is ready for spring. For March, I picked plant patterns and shades when I set it up.
At last, I managed to set up my planner for February. If you’re curious to know how it turned out, read this post.
In August, I bought a planner. It’s not that fashionable notebook type, but a Filofax. From August to December, I was experimenting to learn whether I liked this thing, what layout works for me, etc. This year, I’d like to show you how I set up my planner every month.
Last week I wrote a post about the baby footprint ornament that my daughter and I made for her grandmothers. As it was easy to make, Janka and I made a fingerprint postcard as well.
In this post, I’ll show you how many variations I came up with for the plain brown craft paper.
I’m already preparing to decorate our tree, so I got the box where I keep the ornaments to check their conditions. In the meantime, I thought that maybe I should write a post about my favourite ornaments are.