Sunday, December 21, 2008

New Video

There´s a new video on Youtube that my BIL has made for me - just click here.

Stars


Two Stars themed ATCs for Loreena.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Another German Lesson

I´m sorry for being absent here for a week - I had to finish my Christmas presents! Now they´re done and I can concentrate on other things again, so here are my ATCs for a Letter L themed swap. As the words are quite unusual I think I have to translate them: Linientreu means "true to doctrine", Laterne means Lantern or, in this case, street lamp, and Leerstand is a German word for unoccupied buildings.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Birds + Nests




Two ATCs for Sanny.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Winged








Two ATCs "with wings" for Gaby.

Doors





Two Doors themed ATCs for Loreena.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Wednesday Stampers: Bows

This week´s Wednesday Stampers´ theme is "Bows", and as it´s a stamping challenge I wanted to show you a stamped bow. The bow stamp is by Print-Art, the boy is by Zettiology of course ...

Vintage Nature tip-in pages




These 6 x 6 pages are for Xela´s tip-in book themed "Vintage Nature". I´m glad that they go to a German destination so that I could use Immanuel Kant´s words in the German original; the English translation of the quote from his "Critique of Judgement" is:
"If therefore, the beauty of Nature interests a man immediately, we have reason for attributing to him, at least, a basis for a good moral disposition."


Friday, December 05, 2008

By the Sea

Oh, how I MISS the summer! These two ATCs are for Nellie.


Painting

This week´s theme for the "Dans ma maison il y a ..." challenge is "un peintre", a painter. What a great opportunity to use a rarely used stamp that I have for many years and an art quote stamp that I´ve bought just recently.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Giveaway

Have you already seen that Chrysti has a 29 Days of Giveaway project on her blog? What a great idea to brighten up our dark December days! And even if you don´t win her blog is always worth a visit!