I have some very exciting news to tell you! I’ve been nominated for the sunshine blogger award by blogger Rina from Rina Sees. The sunshine blogger award is given to a blogger that inspires positivity and creativity in the blogging community. So it really is an honor to be nominated for this award. It’s especially an honor to be nominated by Rina because I discovered her blog not too long ago and she has become one of my favorite bloggers. I would really recommend checking out her blog ➡️ Rina Sees
There’s something I’ve wanted to show you for quite a while. It’s an album full of my creations. I don’t know exactly what to call it. It’s kind of like a scrapbook, but then also not because I don’t put any pictures in it. I just create random ‘collage-ish’ pages by gluing paper things and other random stuff in the notebook. There actually is kind of a name for, a smashbook, but I kind of like the name ‘creativity book’ better than a smashbook, so I’m giving it my own name. Let me show you my creativity book and you might just get inspired.
It’s only a few more days till 2017 is officially over and I just can’t believe it! I feel like the year has passed by so fast. So much has happened last year. And there were so many things that I had never seen coming. There have been sad times. But I’ve also experienced a lot of good things and I’ve made many new amazing friends. I’ve learned a lot and I’ve grown as a person. I share a lot on Instagram. I love that app. I love it that it gives me the ability to express myself through photography and to get to know new people. Today I want to tell you some more about my 2017 by telling you the stories behind my nine most liked Instagram pictures.
Merry Christmas Everyone! I’m back with yet another Christmas blogpost! I have looked forward to making this post for a very long time. The idea is that I want to show you how to style an (ugly) Christmas sweater in a fashionable way.
Nowadays most people don’t really send Christmas cards anymore. Now that there’s social media, sending cards to wish people a merry Christmas seems kind of unnecessary. Why would you spend money on cards and stamps if you could also just sent people a message for free? Well, I’ll tell you why: a card has so much more meaning than just a simple message. A card is more personal and it can really show people how grateful you are to have them in your life. The people I’ve sent my Christmas cards too are worth the money and time I put into making them. It can put a smile on someone’s face because receiving rarely happens nowadays and because that it can make someone very happy. Now you can buy Christmas cards in shops but I think it’s way more fun to make the Christmas cards yourself. Curious how my cards turned out this year? Let me show you.