Monday, 22 December 2014

Pink and Grey

This card uses the color pink and grey and the sketch from My Favorite Things Sketch 207:

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Thursday, 20 November 2014

Entry to My Favorite Things Challenge 191

Here's another entry to My Favorite Things weekly challenge:
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Hmm...the white snowflakes in the middle band aren't quite visible in this picture.

Entry to My Favorite Things Challenge 201



Having fun playing with stamps these days. Here's another entry to My Favorite Things Wednesday Stamp Club:
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Second Entry to the Card Concept Challenge #23 a Krafty Christmas

Here's another entry to the Card Concept challenge #23 a Krafty Christmas... I guess I like kraft :)

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Sunday, 17 August 2014

Entry to My Favorite Things Challenge 189

Lately I got interested in card-making... This week I came across My Favorite Things website and decided to enter their weekly challenge. Here are the sketch and the card I made:
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Saturday, 4 January 2014

An Effective Homemade Treatment for Eczema

Finally, after trying organic virgin coconut oil (OVCO), extra virgin olive oil, steroid cream, immunosuppressive cream, organic pure shea butter, pure vitamin E oil, apple cider vinegar/baking soda mix, unfiltered apple cider vinegar, petrolatum (Vaseline), garlic juice, Udderly Smooth cream and GlaxalBase cream, and ingestion of homemade yogurt, kimchi and OVCO on my kids' continuous eczema outbreak, I finally came up with this recipe which worked amazingly with my kids' eczema. By the way it also works great on mosquito bites. Here it is, simple, cheap, straight from the cupboards:

1 tsp GlaxalBase cream (jar, not lotion in tube)
1/8 tsp garden sulfur powder (I used Green Earth)
*Note: GlaxalBase cream used on its own is a great daily maintenance treatment

Mix it up until dissolved and apply on the inflamed skin. Big girl said once it stinged for a few seconds once but not all the time. Little girl had no complain. It stopped itch in a few minutes and the skin had no more redness within a week. Well yes the elimination of food that caused sensitivity (in our case they're dairy products, soybean oil and strawberry) really helped decrease the number of flares but when there was an outbreak, this cream worked wonder.