Crochet Christmas sweater for chicken

This year the Christmas mood came with first snow… and a request for Christmas sweaters for chicken! One of my childhood friends already had 3 vests for her chicken and this time she asked if I feel like making some festive outfits. Of course I had just deleted all the chicken clothes’ tutorials from PinterestContinue reading “Crochet Christmas sweater for chicken”

Gift card pocket with A4 or 30 cm design paper

I have tried the concept of gift card pockets before, but so far I was only creating designs with my Cricut. I had the opportunity to try it out again and this time I decided to include design paper. I am still cutting the card slot template I have created on Cricut Design Space, butContinue reading “Gift card pocket with A4 or 30 cm design paper”

Broken leggings = lace shorts + headband

This is not my typical Kids Corner post. My initial plan was to keep this section for projects that we make together with our little one. This time I would like to share something where she is not that involved, but what makes her happy. If you have read my blog, your first thought mightContinue reading “Broken leggings = lace shorts + headband”

Crochet head scarf from motifs

I’ve been wanting to crochet for a while now – specially considering my book collection with all those different options waiting for me! I have also had this sweet cotton yarn sitting, which reminds me of whipped cream with berries. Since we have a nice sunny summer and most of my little one’s summer hatsContinue reading “Crochet head scarf from motifs”

Free files for Cricut

I’ve written before that I have the amazing machine Cricut Explore Air 2 to help me with paper crafts. It’s an electronic paper cutting machine where you can select shapes digitally in the software. You could say, it’s like my mini version of a CNC bench. What files does Cricut support? In the screenshot below,Continue reading “Free files for Cricut”

Back to basics – chocolate pocket card with 20 cm design paper

Why back to basics? Chocolate pocket cards were my first attempts on the paper crafts journey – I have written a bit more about it in my first paper crafts post . They are still close to my heart because they have a very simple structure and are practical at the same time. I decidedContinue reading “Back to basics – chocolate pocket card with 20 cm design paper”

Discovering the pop-up world

When I was writing about different types of cards, I wasn’t very familiar with pop-up cards yet. I had seen mainly pop-up books and some layouts in design paper inspiration groups, but I was under the impression that it is a complicated mechanism. Now that there are several kids birthdays coming up, I figured IContinue reading “Discovering the pop-up world”