For the past few years, I have made and donated a quilt or three to our church and school's summer picnic. To win one of these quilts, you buy a chance on a wheel. When all of the chances on...
Today I’ve got four Princess Postcards to share, painted in the series of Happy Girl Postcards. All my Painted Postcards are finished, but I’m sharing the princess ones for today. I would love to know which of these you like … Continue reading ? The post Princess Postcards | Be You, Be Happy, Be Awesome appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
All the Painted Postcards are finished! I really like how they turned out, and wanted to share them as individual pieces and turned right, not just as I painted them four on a piece of paper. So here we go! … Continue reading ? The post Painted Postcards | Kindness and Love appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Today I’m sharing a post card video that I’m rather proud for. In it you’ll see everything from me painting to printing and cutting out the backsides. I hope you’ll like the video, as well as the tracker I made … Continue reading ? The post DIY Post Card Video + Download the Swap Tracker appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
There’s so many awesome and fun things happening right now that my brain it’s about to explode! I’ve got the DIY Postcard Swap still open and people from all over the world are joining every day. Tomorrow I’m sending out … Continue reading ? The post 3 Fun Things: Art Journal Giveaway + New Video + Creative Actions appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
I have painted mostly Happy Girl Postcards as you will see in this part of Making a postcard from Scratch. It is Part 3: Adding details, a focal point or words to your DIY Postcards. The Finishing Touches that is. … Continue reading ? The post Making postcards from Scratch – Part 3: Happy Girl Postcards appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Every time I’m in Stockholm I visit a shop called Flying Tiger Copenhagen. It’s a chain store of cheap but cute Danish design originating from Copenhagen. I first discovered a store in Gothenburg, but for a few years now we’ve … Continue reading ? The post Flying Tiger Traveler’s Notebooks appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Let’s continue with our postcards by painting Mixed Media Backgrounds! In this part 2 of Making Postcards from Scratch we’re going to create Mixed Media Postcard backgrounds, and I’ll also share some other fun Postcard Ideas to try.Show More Summary
Goodbye September, Hello October! I hope you’ll be productive, happy & give me plenty of time for cut & paste, embroidery, making postcards for the swap & for painting. And dear October month, send some autumnal sunshine my way, thanks. … Continue reading ? The post Hello October, Time for Hygge and all things Cozy appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
It’s time to make postcards, don’t you agree? Here I’m making a postcard from Scratch – Part 1: Getting started. Making postcards is not difficult. Anyone can do it, and with a bit of effort, I think you’ll love the … Continue reading ? The post Get Started | Make a Postcard from Scratch appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Oh, September. It seems like you just started. I had good intentions to be back in this space weeks ago, because in my mind, Labor Day marks the end of summer. Never mind that summer officially ends tomorrow or that,...
Time to join iHanna?s DIY Postcard Swap Fall 2017! I hope you are interested in joining this fun, international, awesome swap of handmade postcards swirling around the earth once again, spreading rainbows, joyfulness and happy thoughts to the people joining. Show More Summary
Wanna make some happy mail with me this fall? Then stay tuned. A fun Swap Event is being planed in this moment, and you probably are gonna wanna join in. Or at least that’s my guess. It’s almost time to … Continue reading ? The post The Finishing Touches of Everything appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
I have painted circles, because I love circles. Love them! Well, I do love polka dots, spheres, and most any roundish pattern I find (or make), as you might know. And painted circles can be done in a couple of … Continue reading ? The post Painted circles ad infinitum appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
You know that feeling you get sometimes, that you just have to make something? The creative urge hits, and you simply need to craft something together, anything, you just have to get to it ASAP. Maybe you see a color … Continue reading ? The post When you just HAVE to make something appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Today I’m finally sharing a Traveler’s Notebook Flip-Through. It’s a long video (about 20 minutes), but I had so much to share I wanted to be thorough. Personally I love drinking my coffee in the morning, visiting YouTube and watching … Continue reading ? The post Falling in Love with the Traveler’s Notebook System appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This weekend, foil both cats and kids who insist on unspooling your toilet paper for sport. vegbee made this clever caddy to protect the roll, while still having it convenient for the folks who need it. Smart mama! Her tutorial will show you how to make your own. Save Save
Today I’m sharing a blog checklist with 18 things I want to get done before 2018. I’m writing a list of things I’ve wanted to get done and fix on the blog for a very, very long time. I could … Continue reading ? The post A Blog Checklist: 18 before 2018 appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by rackycoo. We hope you enjoy them! Livin’ la vida mushroom! by craftylittlemonkey Baby kitten […]
Are you having a hard time saying goodbye to summer? Never let that summer beach feeling go with alohamom2three’s tutorial for a Coral Beaded Bracelet. This project proves that, even though the bracelet is elegant and looks complicated, it can easily be created thanks to step-by-step instructions and pictures. If you are more of forest […]