Find pleasure in little things…

Hey all,

Just wanted to share something small with you.

I have been weary these days and very distracted, so this is my little comfort tutorial for today.

Hope you can find pleasure in small things too…


Proverbs 3:5

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding…

Enjoy your tea 

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10 Mistakes That Could Destroy Your Craft Business

Hey loves,

I was surfing around for articles about time management but I bumped into a more interesting one, as most of the mentioned mistakes apply to me as well.

I make stuff just as a hobby but I am definitely leaving doors open for if “it” wants to become a serious matter.

So I’m sharing this article with you, maybe it can help you in your endeavors whatever they may be.

The article: 10 Mistakes That Could Destroy Your Craft Business.

P.s.: Below are 2 a pictures (I-should-invest-in-a-good-camera) of a simple cake table and a candy bar I decorated in the past 2 weeks! I’ve used tissue paper flowers for both of them.

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I hope you like them.

Ciao!

Necklace collection: Earth! by Nathy

Hey everyone,

Today I have the pleasure to show you my necklace collection called Earth!

They are made with jersey knit, soft rope and swine leather.

I hope you like them as much as I do.

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1c 1d

2a 2b2c 2d2e

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4d 4e

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To place an order please send me an email with the number.

Have a nice weekend and wear Earth!

Nathy ❤

Flower Scotch!

Dear all,

Here’s a quick tutorial on how you can personalize your desk accessories using what you have!

Materials needed:

Scotch tape dispenser

The inside label

scrapbook paper/ gift wrap/ any other paper

Glue

Scissors

All I did was taking the label out, glue the right side to the back of the paper (you could just trace it, cut out and glue it later on) and cut it out.

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Place it back in the dispenser and voila!

It took me less then 5 minutes to make.

Maybe you could cover both sides by tracing the label on another piece of firm paper.

Show me what you have made this week!