While I took a break from sewing, I am still an overactive crafter and love love love to be creative and productive. As a result I have published my first children’s book: “Find Cranky Cat! – Search Fun For Cat Lovers”; an activity book for cat lovers of all ages.
This is part 2 of my homemade traditional German-style Gingerbread House (with all parts of the house being edible!). You can find the first part of the tutorial here. Today we are going to assemble the house and attach the roof and the door. Before we start, I am going to explain how you can make the best icing glue! Continue reading
If you follow Me & My Veritas on Facebook, you’ll know already that I made two homemade traditional German-style Gingerbread Houses. The best is: All parts are edible! It was my first attempt with Gingerbread Houses and, I must admit, it was lots of work but also lots of fun! If you would like to make your own Gingerbread House, I will provide you here with a very detailed How-To guide. Have fun and Continue reading
I was looking for a possibility to always make sure we have enough tissue paper around when hiking or traveling with the little one. Thus, I soon learned that, of course, there is something that I can sew: A tissue bag. Hooray! But because I hate it when things get lost in the depths of our bags or end up falling down and getting dirty, I made a “Tissue Bag To Go”. To do so, Continue reading
Welcome to the second post of my “Felt Tools” toy series. Today I would like to introduce The Screwdriver—a quick but very cute project for every little construction worker or handyman. And let’s face it! Who doesn’t need a screwdriver??? 🙂 If you are interested, please also have a look at Continue reading
Every day you readers stop by and leave a “like” or a nice comment on this blog, is a happy day! When I switch on my computer, I’m getting ready to meet friends. As of today, 545 wonderful people are following Me & My Veritas. They can’t be wrong… 😉 Let me express my Continue reading
You simply can’t go wrong with foxes!!! Right? 🙂 Remember that I had pimped one of my son’s shirts back in fall 2014 and made it a Rock(et) Star Shirt? At that time we also agreed on a fox that I had drawn earlier for him (on paper initially). For this so-called Mr. Fox Shirt, I appliquéd a large Continue reading