Catch my Dreams

Happy Sunday everyone!
I’ve been looking for new things to try since all of this being locked up at home is getting to me.
So this week I decided to give making a dream-catcher a try.
I didn’t want a crazy complicated, too colourful one but still a little girly.
So after some time – this is what I ended up with…

Have you picked up a new hobby lately or have you tried something new?
Hugs, Lia

M & M

Happy Monday Blogland!
Last year a colleague of mine asked me to make an explosion box for a friend of hers who was getting married.

The only wishes she had was “nothing tooooooo cutesy, nothing toooooo girly and not tooooo shiny” – so after some brainstorming with her, this is what I came up with…

And with that – I’m sending you all off into a nice and relaxed evening!

Big hugs, Lia

Thank You – Pyramid Box

Good morning everyone!
It’s Tuesday and this means we’re launching a new Challenge for you to play along with over at the CardsUndMore-Challengeblog. The theme for the next two weeks is “Anything but a Card” – so explosion-boxes, pictureframes, books, upcycling projects, stamped candles – anything you can think of (as long as it is not a card) is allowed.
The prize for this Challenge is a Goodie-Bag full of surprises from my own stash of treasures.

So without any further blabla from me – here is what I made…

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So jump on over and play along!
I cannot wait to see what you make =)

Hugs, Lia

Get well soon

Good Morning everyone!

Every month on the 5th there is a new Challenge opening for you guys over at the StempelGarten-Blog.

The theme for the Challenge in March is “Packaging Ideas”.
I created this small box that perfectly holds 3 packs of hankies – so if you need a small Get-Well-Present, this is the best idea =)

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The prize you can win this time is a Goodie-Set worth CHF 20.00.

So get crafty and show us your packaging ideas!

Hugs, Lia

Nautical Wedding Present

Today I want to show you a present I made for a colleague’s Wedding.
I got that “water jug” from a friend at work and all the rest was custom made. I glued that cord on with my hot glue-gun, added some flowers and pearls + rhinestones.
This jug was just the packaging of the present as bride and groom got some gift coupons which we rolled up, put into the jug and to hide them, we filled the jug half way with sand.

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Hugs, Lia