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Paint Chip Tree Christmas Cards Click Pic for 20 Easy Christmas Cards for Kids to Make DIY Christmas Cards for Friends & Family

Though it still has some days before Christmas, don’t you think it’s a right time to think about choosing the Christmas gifts? We suggest that you DIY Christmas gifts instead of buying them in the shops because DIY projects can save money as well as show your heart to your friends and family members. If[Read the Rest]

Though it still has some days before Christmas, you think a right time to think about choosing the Christmas gifts? We suggest that you DIY Christmas gifts instead of buying them in the shops because DIY projects can save money as well a

The Recycled Wooden Christmas Trees With Stands are the decorative full of…

The Kalalou Recycled Wooden Christmas Trees With Stands are the decorative full of festive spirit to enliven your home. Why wait for Christmas when you can celebrate the lovely festival round the year

Nadia Lim's BBQ eggplant with lemon, mint yoghurt, feta and pomegranate #recipe is online now. ACx

Nadia Lim's BBQ eggplant with lemon, mint yoghurt, feta and pomegranate is online now.

Fab cooking inspired card design for #FathersDay! Adapt it for Mothers Day and Birthdays too.

Fab cooking inspired card design for Fathers Day! Adapt it for Mothers Day and Birthdays too.

I used a circle punch to create a mask for the moon and then I got distressing with a variety of distress ink colours. I used the All Things Grow stamp set for the grass. To give the moon some dimension I used two subtle grey shades of Copic markers. I couldn’t think what to do with the sentiment, so I took my hubby’s advice and didn’t put one on.

I used a circle punch to create a mask for the moon and then I got distressing with a variety of distress ink colours. I used the All Things Grow stamp set for the grass. To give the moon some dimension I used two subtle grey shades of Copic markers.