Happy New Year!
The new year is here, which means it’s a perfect time to start fresh.
I have just set goals for this year, I feel like I can achieve anything if I’m always in this positive and happy mode:) I was able to relax completely during the break, I did yoga and meditation constantly practicing how to control my mind, trying to relieve the stress as much as I could.
I really want this year to be filled with happiness and success. No more doubting about my abilities and just pushing boundaries until I reach where I want to be. I hope all your wishes come true this year!
This A4 calendar was my personal holiday project, I repurposed some of my old watercolour paintings and painted new ones. Hope this will make you happy every time you look at it:)
Copyrighted by Something Peach.
For personal and non-commercial use only. You are not allowed to sell this calendar in digital or print form, nor to distribute it in its original or in an altered form. Please link back to original post if you want to share this calendar.
I’ve created free printable gift wrapping paper to continue my love for geometric shapes. Wrapping paper can be pricey, so why don’t you print your own to save money?
Simply download template and wrap however you like. Personal use only please. Enjoy wrapping!
I have always enjoyed crafting, I remember making endless things day in and day out with paper when I was in middle school. My creations were letters, envelopes, pencil cases, notepads, flowers and varieties of boxes. I believe my craft skills were defined by folding, cutting and experimenting with paper in general. Normal envelopes were boring to me, and STILL are, so I always made special envelopes matching the theme of the card or letter.
It’s been a while since I have made anything from paper, I really enjoyed this entire process from template design to completing these cards and envelopes.
– A4 paper
– Cutting mat
– Craft knife
– Glue stick
How to make it
1. Download template (pdf)
2. Print the template
4. Fold and glue
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