Oh, so PRETTY!! And look at all those presents... hmmm!! Is there one for me?!?Mum
There might be a couple, if you're a good girl. For instance, that light green one with deer at the base of the tree might be for you. Might be.
I'll be good! Oh, I'll be soooo GOOD!!Hey, I think I already WAS pretty dang good, considering what you got in the mail today!!Mum
So fabulous! Must make them all.Thank you very much for sharing.
Jessica thanks for all the great ideas ... I just found your blog and I loved ... I swear, since I saw it I found great stuff and other blogs to followyessenia zc - graphic design student
That's great, Yessenia!
These are so cute, and here I was wondering what I could do for my mom for Christmas. I think this will work perfectly. I love theses tutorials.
Stumbled upon your blog when looking for an infinity scarf tutorial...have spent most of the day here >.> Great blog!! Thanks for the inspirations :)
Thanks! Happy to hear it!
Jessica, your work is just the best!Have a Merry Christmas!
Homemade is never cheap!
Right on. I mean, inexpensive. :)
Thanks for these beautiful tutorials.Happy Holidays Jessica!
Who knew paper ornaments could be so beautiful!?
Who knew paper ornaments could be so beautiful!
Really useful! Thank you very much
So many great ideas! Thank you :) There is no reason to stop decorating now that Christmas is over.. it will still be winter for a good while here, sparkly and colourful things will still be in great demand - happy 2013! :)
Love your blog, been following you for a while now! Could you tell us more about the interesting wall art behind the tree?
Sure! It's a bunch of Penguin book cover postcards. See this post for how I made it.
Thank you for the paper ornament tutorials! I'm a little late this year, but prepared for next year! I will have to make double so I can decorate my gifts with these as well. Cheers!
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