A sewn junk journal with a rick-rack ribbon to close it. The cover has a light blue color with bird and roses on. This lovely regular size traveler’s notebook insert has an eclectic mix of “junk” journal pages to embellish and journal on – plus some journal fodder in the back pocket as a extra little gift.
Sista bilden är grym Hanna!
I SO understand! But my teenage kids don’t quite get it, to the point where they are concerned I’m becoming a Crazy Cat Lady. You know that video circulating on YouTube with the Russian woman who has 130 cats in her house? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtik5zN5m2g Yeah. They think that’s what will become of me once they fly the nest.
I do and I do. Awwwwwww xxxx
oh i do!
Oh yes, I understand. :)
Indeed. And, even if one didn’t have a cat, Smilla would make a cat lover out of them.
I have two lovable felines…mother and daughter…and I do understand. Beautiful pictures….Thank you.
Visst f?rst?r vi…killarna h?lsar s? gott till deras favorittjej (f?rutom sin matte d?!!!)
o i do!! so sweet! :-)
You have such an adorable cat!
i do and i do.
She’s beautiful!! What gorgeous pictures!
Hanna, I LOVE your Smilla posts. The photo of her face wrapped in her fuzzy tail…beautiful, you should print it out and frame it.
Thank you for the wonderful post about podcasts. I too feel they have so much to offer, and I find I get really attached to certain ones. They have been a comfort to me last few weeks, being in such an unfamiliar environment and away from my craft supplies. I listen to them and it reminds me of how important and fulfilling art is in my life, and as I slowly find supplies here and there I listen to them for ideas.
My favourite is Craftsanity. Thank you so much for the links to your favourites :)
Have a good weekend,
I love the photos of your cat, everytime I see them on Flickr I go all gooey.
That’s a sweetheart. You can see the personality shining through.
Your cat looks like an incarnation f my stepmom’s cat, Ginny. He (yes, he) was a little oranger, but had the same moustache and beard/Errol Flynn look. He was 20 when he died, but he lived a good life.
I do and I do … Thanks for the wonderful photographs. They are gorgeous.