Cecilie Langeland Nakken

Cecilie Langeland Nakken

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Bergen, Norway / Pinning is the most relaxing everyday runaway! I collect holyday greetings, napking folding ideas for party's and different articles :-)
Cecilie Langeland Nakken
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Christmas

This is to be done as a pic! Our -78 Mini, some gifts to roof and our family in the car with heads coming out from windows

Merry Christmas and happy new year cards. Merry Christmas for your friends and loved ones. Free online Merry Christmas & Happy New Year cards on Christmas.

A Christmas Carol Carols and songs especially are so unique to this time of year. They are more than nice tunes to listen to, they bring Christmas to life and transport us to memories, events and people from past celebrations. I’d like to take it one step further and let them shape how we decorate too. Use the words and lyrics to adorn your home and infuse each room with the feelings and recollections they evoke.

Vintage Christmas card free paper dolls for Christmas gifts Arielle Gabriels The International Paper Doll Board also free Asian paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

Christmas Illustration, Christmas Pictures, Christmas Time, Christmas Cards, Paper Art, Teddy Bear, Clip Art, Photo Cards, Christmas, Drawings, Noel, Cards

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Badass-Cross-Stitch-Patterns

badass cross stitch patterns 154 700 Cross stitching has an extreme side, dont tell grandma Photos)

I have both a graph cross stitch pattern and in-depth video tutorial to help you with this technique but it is really quite simple - cross stitch using a tapestry needle over your single crochet stitches! Now I'd like to offer a little written explanation - I am NOT a cross stitcher. Yes I have taken a crack at the Aida cloth and thread before but I am no pro. Like not even a little. Not even a smidge. I'm still in the beginner poking myself with the needle stage of cross stitching. Send…

I have both a graph cross stitch pattern and in-depth video tutorial to help you with this technique but it is really quite simple - cross stitch using a tapestry needle over your single crochet stitches! Now I'd like to offer a little written explanation