Even though I’m not very familiar with the concept of Thanksgiving, I am delighted when Victoria from A Subtle Revelry requested that I do a Turkey-themed printable for her blog, A Subtle Revelry. The concept of Thanksgiving is pretty new here in Australia, and it’s certainly almost non-existing in my home country, Indonesia. I actually love the idea or family or friends getting together to celebrate one day to be thankful for. I hope that I would be able to do a “Friendsgiving” dinner with my friends one day. But regardless, I’m a firm believer that we should be thankful about what we have each and every day.
I really enjoyed creating this printable! So I really hope that you guys will do too.
The holidays are getting nearer, and I can’t wait to show all of you the christmas, thanksgiving and new years themed printables and DIYs that I’ve cooked up for you. First off, we have these colourful advent calendar, a printable that I’ve designed for U.S craft blog, A Subtle Revelry.
To those of you who are not familiar with advent calendars, basically there are 24 smaller gifts to open prior to Christmas, starting from December 1st. With these advent calendar that I’ve created, you can put anything from little sweets to small stationery items into them, and watch them being opened one by one till Christmas! I hope you enjoy making them.
Since the weather is getting a lot warmer here in Australia, I’m getting excited for summer! Summer reminds me of pool-side party with refreshing fruity drinks and fun drink stirrers. These are a few printables essential for your summer cocktail party:
My number one favourite halloween character will be bats. Maybe I’m much of a fan for the real creatures, but when they’re cute illustrated version such as these ones, I wouldn’t mind having them around my house.
I have been playing with embellishment brads a lot these days, ever since I realise how handy they are to make my characters come a little more alive. Using a few little brads, you can move the wings of your bats and animate them.
Materials: Colour Printer, Adobe Reader (Free Download), A4 Thick Card Stock, Scissors, Sticky tape, x-acto knife, embellishment brads in white or black, string or twine
Halloween is quite a different vibe here in Australia, because it falls during Spring instead of Autumn. We often incorporate florals in our halloween decorations. You can also see more of that Day of the Dead paper skull decorated by me here.
Wherever you live, I hope that you’re getting into the Halloween spirit, and enjoying the month of October!
I have more Halloween printables for your parties and trick or treats!
I’m feeling more chirpy lately now that Spring is here, even though the weather is still very chilly. I’ve created some Happy Owl note cards in different colours for you to download and print. I love stationery with a little bit of personalisation, so you will need to get a little crafty with this printable.
Materials: A4 card stock, a colour printer, scissors, x-acto knife, embellishment brads and pen
Step 1: Overlap one of the wings on one side of the owl template, and make a little mark by puncturing a hole into the white dot available. You don’t need a big hole.
Step 2: Insert the embellishment brad, and fasten the back.
Step 3: Repeat for the other side
Step 4: You should be able to move the wings, and don’t forget to write your messages!
Share them with someone and make them as happy as these owls are!
Burger is such a simple and laid back food that you can have any day with your friends. These days, everyone can have a burger! From crumbed mushroom burgers for the vegie-lovers, to Naked Burgers for the gluten-intolerant. Even when you’re on a certain diet, you are still able to have a burger. I have tried many kinds of burger variations, and I actually like them all.
A brand new burger joint has just opened in my city, and it’s already creating a buzz. I cannot wait to invite my friends to hangout with me and grab a burger with fries on the side.
I hope that you enjoy making these Let’s Grab A Burger invitation templates as much as you’re going to enjoy your burger!
Do you have a favourite type of burger? Share with me in the comments section. And here’s the download link for your Burger Invitation template:
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