I am a 30-something artist/craftswoman who finds a creative outlet from everyday life in the arts. Be it the art of painting, the crafts or the art of cooking, I embrace it with the same ardor and passion! This blog is the diary of my crafty life with a side of wit. Enjoy a look around and see what I am all about.
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or the story of my Retina who decided to emancipate herself - essentially take a hike - and my post-op survival strategies. Funny thing is, if there is such a thing as funny in eye surgery, is that it... Continue Reading →
The first sentence, the opening phrase is always the most important one. So help me out here! How does one start to describe that for which there are no words? OK, I have words. But what I struggle with is... Continue Reading →
I've bee involved in the Devil's Blacksmith documentary only in its post-production phase until now. I have translated and narrated for my friend the filmmaker. However, I have never met either of the blacksmiths involved in this project. To be... Continue Reading →
I've share with you some time ago (in this blogpost) my involvement in my friend's documentary film on forge welding. I am really happy to report that the project was quite successful, and many professional and amateur blacksmiths and enthusiast... Continue Reading →
About 2,5 years ago I made this sock monkey for my nephew. At the time it seemed like it will be just a gift. However, there was a spark, a deep falling in love, and ever since then an incredibly... Continue Reading →
Mr.AP suggested we try and see if the player aid gets accepted by BoardGameGeek, and lo and behold it did! What's more, it received likes and many people already downloaded it for their personal use. Wow! I feel over the... Continue Reading →
The weather's been pretty awful lately, at least by my standards. It has gone from - 10 °C to 15 °C and back down to the minuses in a matter of days. We went from winter to late spring and... Continue Reading →
Like any other crafty person if I need something for a project I head to the craft store. I imagine a sculptor who does installations would head to the junkyard, or one who carves marble to a quarry. Like the... Continue Reading →