Nights might be longer during the warm months than they are in winter, but with the nice weather we get the chance to appreciate the starry skies more.
This is a small selection of interesting quotes about the nighttime.
Another photo mini digital scrapbook. I really like these. As with the previous one dedicated to daffodils, these are a simple way to appreciate the little things.
Feel free to use them as inspiration for creating something if you feel inspired to. Otherwise, just enjoy the photos themselves.
Spring is almost here, just 2 days to go. What better way to share the beauty and new life this new season brings with it than by sharing a collection of quotes.
Feel free to download and share on social media, but don’t forget to credit!
Hope you enjoy this free digikit all about Spring reading. Lots of flowers, lots of books, and lots of images and text for you to use in your creative endeavours.
These can be used for traditional journal, junk journaling, art journaling, bullet journaling, planners, mixed media, collage, and anything else you can think of! Make sure to share your creations with me either by sending me an email or tagging me on instagram @embersonthehearth
These photo collections or mini digital scrapbooks are meant as a way to help everyone slow down and appreciate different aspects of nature and life in general. It could serve as inspiration to create something or just as a 5-minute break while you have a cup of tea.
Sometimes photos will come from stock photograph sources, sometimes they will be mine, and sometimes they will be a combination.
Hope you enjoy this little collection of daffodils.
Welcome to the second installment of my weird ‘let’s use all the stuff’ limited palette mixed media self-imposed challenge.
Like I mentioned before, feel free to join in and share what you’re doing, I’m @embersonthehearth in Instagram. And, be aware that I an not an artist, I just like making things because it’s fun.
Cute victorian girls, books, cupcakes, and a beautiful shade of forest green. Everything you need for your next book club meeting, plus some tips to help you run the event, some recipe ideas, and a fun bookish game.
If you don’t have a regular book club, you can use these to host a one-off book exchange. Never heard of those before? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, I only came across them a while ago. Book exchange parties are a fantastic way to get new books without having to open up the wallet, something we can all get behind!
This is mostly a collection of resources that those interested in zero waste and low waste fashion can use to get started and start their research.
Resources for zero and low waste fashion are scarce and hard to find so if these are topics you are interested in, bookmark this page because I will be adding more as I come across new information and people who work in this area.
Over time I have accumulated a variety of art material, mostly of mixed media variety including a lot of fabric and yarn. It’s not a massive stash, it all fits in a box that could be hidden under bed (think large travel bag). Considering that I have to artsy-crafty kids, one of which wants to be an artist, and I crochet and sew, the amount is not that much. But it bothers me. It annoys me that I have so many things that I like that I am not using. Hence this challenge!
If you happen to land here, feel free to join in and share what you’re doing.