Thank You

Thank You for reaching out to me!

I appreciate that you are contacting me, thanks! I just want you to know that I get a lot of e-mails each day. I read everything but don’t always find the time or energy to reply. If you don’t hear back from me, that’s why. Though I do appreciate that you’re here, thanks!

If you want to know what’s new in my world you can subscribe to the iHanna Newsletter – I don’t send it out that often and in it I share links, information about my projects, DIY calendar and more.

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Let’s stay in touch

Follow iHanna   Studio iHanna – You can connect with me on social media because I am all over the web. Feel free to follow me for updates on my facebook page Studio iHanna or on Twitter where I’m @iHanna. I post something there most days!

Follow iHanna   iHannas on Instagram – I love instagram so much – it’s where I share my love of pink flowers, creative projects and inspirations I see around me in daily life – long before they end up on this blog.

Follow iHanna   Pinterest – If you too are a visual person, I would like to share my internet inspirations with you on Pinterest. I pin art, craft and DIY projects there all the time.

Follow iHanna Sometimes I knit and then of course I log into my account on

Follow iHanna I’ve written a blog book, so I have an author profile on GoodReads

Follow iHanna I store my photos on flickr, share videos on youtube or vimeo.

Follow iHanna I wish you good luck with your dreams and creative adventures. I hope that you will try to be creative in some way every day and that you’ll feel free to share that process with me. Feel free to send me comments or feedback – I read everything but like I said above, I don’t always find the time to answer back. I appreciate that you want to follow along on my journey.

My hope is that I will inspire you on your creative journey.

If you have the time check out my pretty blog archive – I’ve been blogging for the past 11 years so there is a lot of stuff there to help you create your own creative practice and get into the habit of creating – plus information on art journaling, quilting, watercolor painting and how to alter and recycle everything from old books to furniture! Enjoy!