For The Better Year!

In between making marzipan and chocolate goodies for tomorrow’s celebration, reading pavlova’s recipe, making lemon curd and paying the last taxes, I would like to stop and thank you all for being with me one more wonderful year! Thanks for following, awarding my blog (I appreciate it very much despite of all!), commenting and just … Continue reading

Christmas: Decorating Around The House

Christmas is coming and finally I started to decorate around the house. To get into the Christmas mood I have already baked first batch of Lithuanian Christmas cookies (you can find the recipe here). Then I have bought a bunch of fir branches and started to think what to do with it. First I used … Continue reading

Refresh

Do not allow the Christmas rush to worn you out. Have a break and pamper yourself a bit. Refresh and look around: there are lots of beauty out there. Water, ice, fresh basil leaves, fresh oregano, fresh strawberry leaves,  sliced lemon and tangerine.

Watching the Skies: Winter Colors

Still love doing it. The sky in winter is extremely beautiful . . .  

Team Swap

Christmas came early to me this year I guess. I mean presents. Everything started around half a year ago when Mamta Motiyani, a lovely crocheting lady from Mumbai, India, has invited me into CreateCrochet Team on Facebook. Than in the fall Mamta organized a team swap in which I took part. It happened so that … Continue reading

Everyday Design Tips II

Here are two more of my everyday design tips. I hope it will be useful one day.

Christmas Cards 2013

  So this it it: my this year’s Christmas cards. I called it “The Angel of Everyday Rush”. Dedicated to all my loved ones and all the busy bees I know. Happy Waiting for the Miracle 🙂    

Winter Garden in Christmas Colors

I am still too busy to start decorating for Christmas. At least I have got a herb garden in festive colors. It is not totally true about Christmas: I was forced to do something for my friend and family that live overseas. It is the deadline for cards and packages to be sent to reach … Continue reading