Experienced that awful feeling of staring at a blank white open space with pen poised dramatically…and 15 minutes later you’re still staring a blank space? Well I know I certainly have!
You want to be clever, witty, and thoughtful, express your love and be romantic even, but again you’re still just looking at a blank valentines card….hmmm writer’s block!
With Valentines just around the corner, what does your Valentines say? It really depends on the colour you choose…
Through my design work, whether it is paper craft, bead work, painting or jewellery making - colour plays a big part and can provide a form of non-verbal communication, particularly in my card making where sentiment is paramount.
Who doesn’t love an anniversary? Especially the tradition of giving your loved one a gift or card that symbolises the strength and number of years you’ve been married? I personally prefer to stick with the traditional symbols as opposed to the modern list, as really who can get excited about white goods? Now I’m not saying white good aren’t useful, they are, but it’s not quite the same.
As with most traditions it has to have started somewhere? But where….to avoid giving you a full blown history, I’ll summarise. According to my extensive research this tradition dates back to Europe in the middle ages where...
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