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Paper Glitter Brooches

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Hi everybody! Today I show you a quick and easy craft from Beci Orpin’s latest book “Make & Do”. Beci is my favourite designer. She’s absolutely the best when it comes to colours and shapes. I have all her books and her work is a constant inspiration to me. She really encourages people to be creative and be inspired by everything in everyday life.

This little project is the cutest thing: Paper brooches! I decided for neon and glitter as it’s my favourite at the moment. I really love how it came out, especially the texture of the gold glitter paper. I guess it will turn out beautiful with a black outfit.

The whole book is full of great projects and I strictly recommand it to you. It’s already one of my favs on my craft-bookshelf. Have fun and happy moments!

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Book Galore!

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Hi everybody! Today I have big news and I can hardly describe how excited I am: My first book is out now! Yay! It’s called “StickLust – 33 Stickprojekte auf Papier, Pappe, Holz und mehr” and it’s published at frechverlag in the TOPP series. It’s a big publisher here in Germany for all things crafting and I’m so happy that I had the opportunity to make this book.

Embroidery was one of my early childhood crafting passions. I wanted to create something modern and unusual and so I decided to stitch on almost anything that crossed my way. There surely are some surprises in  the book. Yay! As soon as my deposit copies arrive (I hope it’s today!) I’ll show you some more pics from the inside here on my blog. So stay tuned 😀

I hope that many people will have fun with this book. It’s really special to me and I put a lot of work and love in it during the last months. I now have to let it go and see what other crafters make out of it. I would love it, if everybody who has created a project from this book would share it with me. I’m really curious how others are inspired by it. Have fun and happy moments!


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notebook embroidery

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This is my latest project in paper embroidery. For I always like to have small books for all kinds of purposes around me (Yes, I’m a notebook addict!), I recently discovered paper embroidery as a totally cute and personal way to vamp up my stationery.

For my new notebook I wanted to have something that makes me smile every time I take it at hand. I found it: The motif comes from Aimee Ray’s book “Doodle Stitching”, which is one of my favourite on embroidery so far. It’s full of inspiration and cuteness. Yay! Have a great Friday everybody and keep on crafting!