I love crafting. I love paper. I love beautiful things created with paper. They are decorative, can be meaningful, not very expensive and most definitely unique. Dreaming them up and creating them is as much joy for me as it is for the recipient.
I always knew I wanted to craft things that would pretty up someone’s home or could be used as decoration on a bigger scale like events. I dream of my pretty things bringing joy to many more people, and maybe a bit of a profit for me. And recently I found the way – better yet the first step on that way- to make my dreams a reality.
On the first week of Oktober, I’m enrolling at “CREATIVE CORNER – Center of applied arts” for Event Planning & Event Decoration Studies.
I have all the excitement and positive energy to start this journey and see myself evolve and become the designer of YOUR next event! (;
I’ll be updating you on my progress. Wish me luck!!!
Thanks for visiting, hope to see you back soon.
December is just around the corner which brings the culmination of the holiday season into focus. Store windows are decked with Christmas decorations, pastry shops fill the air with scents of seasonal sweets, the weather seems to catch up to its norm (in Athens/Greece the weather was uncharacteristically mild for November), radio stations have Christmas songs on a loop and full-force preparations are being made in every home.
We kicked off the season a bit early with a gathering at a friend’s house. It wasn’t per se Christmas-y but meeting up with friends is reason enough to celebrate with all of our busy schedules!
I was “surfing” Pinterest and was inspired to make a cone-shaped flower tower which I baptized then a flowery Christmas tree. Until the end, I was unsure but the end result was impressive – if I may say so myself.
SVGCuts is a generous company. We, who use Mary and Leo’s cutting files know that but they come to strengthen our love for them even more with “contest” where EVERYBODY wins!
Contest details can be found here … you still have some time!
This is my entry:
This blog was created for the showcasing of my passion for paper-crafting.
You’ll see my work as I transform paper into greeting cards, home decor, even useful, everyday projects. This is a work in progress which means there’s not much of a content and/or organization to it…yet!
I hope to post pictures and descriptions for, if nothing else, documenting my work, the progress of hopefully becoming better at what I do.
Thank You for taking the time to visit me!