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You’ve gotta have Moxy

You’ve gotta have Moxy

Moxy is definitely not a word I learned in school when the English language was on the curriculum… But when I looked it up at the online Free Dictionary (swoon, I love things like this site a lot) it’s defined as follows: Related Posts365 Collages | Week 6 | Valentine Edition Me in &Stitches zine […]

DIY Painted Postcards

DIY Painted Postcards

Don’t look now if you’re in the swap and want suprises in your mail box – but I can not wait to share more of my postcards! I looove these DIY Postcards, made in the same way as the blue one. Acrylic paint in layer upon layer! After I cut the painting into four pieces […]

Typography does not cloud my day

Typography does not cloud my day

From the Atom-feed of my blog in August 2008. I saw links to wordle.net quite a few times on different blogs before I took the time to click on over and try it. Oh my gosh, I was hooked when I started to play with this toy! It’s a site that will create an image […]

Widen your horizon with new words

Widen your horizon with new words

I love new words because often they reveal something that you are not aware of. The knowledge of a new word will widen you horizon and give you a better understanding of the world. Maybe you’ll notice something that you haven’t noticed as clearly before. Or it might be a concept that you know about […]

Kawaii means cute in Japanese

Kawaii means cute in Japanese

I’ve finished today’s Daily Art Card and scanned the cards from the last four days into the computer. Before that I was sitting on the stairs outside sewing together a crocheted duckling and listening to podcasts that I’d downloaded to my pink iPod! Life feels good. Now I’m off to upload these kawaii teddy bear […]

Windfalls

Windfalls

I made a (one) pear. He was happy to join the family meeting. My pear can be used to stick needles in, or just as plain decoration. A pear among apples. I’m in love with my pear. I also love the word windfalls that I just learned today. I looked up fallfrukt which means “fruit […]