Happy holidays

Sorry for the lack of posts this month. My little family have been unwell with one thing or another so we’ve spent an awful lot of time curled up on the sofa taking it easy.

Origami modular star

I’m going to take a little break from blogging but will be back in the new year with lots of cool little projects so please come and visit soon. If you subscribe then you’ll be notified as soon as anything new goes on the site.

Thank you so much to all the people that have paid this blog a visit this year – especially my regular readers. I’ve been overwhelmed by how popular this little place has become…

I also wanted to say a big thanks to whipup, ohdeedoh, kireei and craftzine for featuring so many of my projects. Kathreen from whipup has a lovely calendar and book for sale – they would make a cool little Christmas present I reckon ;-)

If owls are your thing then check out myowlbarn.com. Shivani has put together a gorgeous (and free) calendar for you to download and print out.

Anyway, that’s me! Have a great Christmas x


 

 

14 Comments Leave yours

  1. Hi Kate,
    I just discovered your blog and I love it! Everything I like, and so well presented. Thank you for the incredible tutorials. You are very gifted!
    Thanks,
    Mary

  2. I hope you all feel well soon. Have wonderful Christmas and New Year.

  3. I love your blog too :) I haven’t had the energy to post lately either. I found your blog looking for tutorials on paper beads as I was doing that craft with my Girl Scout troop :)

    Merry Christmas, enjoy your holiday break :)

  4. Kathryn Turner #

    I hope your family is feeling better for Christmas, it never happens that just one person gets sick. I make your Owl paper craft into Christmas decorations for the tree with my little grandson. A little glitter on each colorful owl makes them very festive. Thanks for the wonderful ideas. and have a happy holiday.

  5. cuvee perdu #

    Buone Feste cara!
    la tua fan N°1

  6. This site is wonderful – I just stumbled upon it and totally love it. So bright and vibrant and inspiring! Happy holidays!

  7. Enjoy some rest and relaxation. GET WELL SON!!!

  8. Karen #

    Love the free calendar! Thanks!
    How do you make the sun in your photo?

  9. Kate #

    Hi Karen. The star is a 16 point origami modular star. Really simple to make and they look super. You can find the instructions here: http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-modular-star.html

    Good luck!

  10. Thanks for the calendar and all the lovely inspiration – including the inspiration to try to start a blog as fun as yours. Happy 2011!

  11. Kate #

    Thanks for all the lovely comment peeps….have a super 2011 x

  12. Charmaine #

    Hi I’m Charmaine :) your star is awesome! Especially the colours hehe :) can you tell me where you got those types of origami paper?

  13. pere #

    es fantasticó,ya me gustaria saber hacer cosas como estas,ya que me gusta manualidades

    • Kate #

      Hi Pere, the link to the star is further up in the comments section ^_^

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