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Free vintage gift tags

Did you like the lovely printable tea bag envelopes? Today I have some vintage gift tags for you... tea inspired, but very elegant. You could use it for a polished gift wrapping. Are you already picking Christmas gifts? You could use this guide to the perfect gift. Vi  sono piaciute le deliziose bustine da tè… Continue reading Free vintage gift tags

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Autumn Craft and books

Do you ever divide your books according to seasons? For example, I believe that some American authors are more suitable for hot, sunny days (Hemingway, Fante, Steinbeck, Faulkner...) while English authors (Forster, Waugh, and James because I do put James among British writers) are often suitable for gloomy days and a cup of tea. But not Dickens: Dickens is, in fact,… Continue reading Autumn Craft and books

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Pretty Girl Birthday Card – Freebie for You

I got some lovely messages about my last post yesterday, and I really want to thank-you, so I'm giving you the birthday card I created for Alice's 1st birthday. You can also use it for a newborn baby. This is the original file I used for Alice, without the bow; I think this card is… Continue reading Pretty Girl Birthday Card – Freebie for You

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My beautiful anemone paper flowers

Fact is, I do love anemone flowers and I create lots of them, all the time, because they are so beautiful and make me happy. You know that a recent research finds the key to a job that gives you satisfaction in the possibility of seeing the result of your work? Creating something with your hands, in… Continue reading My beautiful anemone paper flowers

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Double Season Pillow Box – printable freebie

I went on vacations last week. When I left it was still summer, but when I came back the leaves were suddendly turning yellow and brown. You know when it's been some months of sunny days and you start longing for sweaters and hot chocolates? Well, this summer hasn't been neither sunny nor hot, but… Continue reading Double Season Pillow Box – printable freebie

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Ten steps to the perfect gift

Come avevo promesso, ecco il mio decalogo per il regalo perfetto! Questi sono i punti che cerco di seguire quando si tratta di fare un regalo a qualcuno. As I promised, here is my handbook for the perfect gift! These are the steps I try to follow whenever I have to find a gift for… Continue reading Ten steps to the perfect gift

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Floral birthday card and gift

Amo fare regali. Amo pensare a qualcuno, cercare qualcosa che gli possa piacere o lo possa sorprendere, scegliere la carta, creare il biglietto. Non sempre, certo: amo fare regali soprattutto alle persone che amo (e no, un libro non è un regalo impersonale: è uno dei regali più personali che esistano). Riprendendo in mano le foto… Continue reading Floral birthday card and gift

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“Be Different” mini notebook tutorial

Come anticipato, il semplicissimo tutorial per i quadernini realizzati con il freebie "Be Different" che trovate qui. Il formato dei quadernini è di metà A5, ma in fondo al post troverete anche le due copertine già pronte da stampare nella misura che preferite. Il procedimento è adatto a tutti, e mi ha permesso di utilizzare… Continue reading “Be Different” mini notebook tutorial

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Christmas wrapping

Per quest'anno, i miei pacchetti preferiti. Le stelle di Natale sono molto semplici da creare, unendo tre fiori di diverse dimensioni e piegando leggermente a metà le punte. Preparandone molte, sia bianche che rosse, è possibile poi riutilizzarle per addobbare l'albero di Natale!