Some of my best memories growing up were opening the "craft cupboard" that my mum kept stocked with supplies to encourage my creativity. Glue sticks, paint brushing, a sewing needle, and a ruler were my favourite toys, and with them I went wild creating anything and everything. I'm happiest and feel most alive when I'm taking an inspiration and turning it into a reality. I don't have time for step-by-step tutorials and since that's not how I get inspired (just show me a picture and let me alter/adjust the project to make it my own) you'll just find pictures and small descriptions in my projects. I hope, however, that you enjoy, and find in my project something to spur you on to make your own versions! Happy crafting, kindred spirits!
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- commented on her comment This is great! It reminds me of a common food you can get at roadside stands in Uganda, called a Rolex (or roll-of-eggs). It's pretty much the same thing, except rolled up. Delicious, and so filling! Great idea! to Omelette Quesadilla 16 Apr 04:00
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