Freckled Fawn | DIY Magnete




Aus den süßen sommerlichen Embellishments (Flip Flops, Sonnenbrille, Melonenstück und Eis am Stiel), die mit dem Juni Embellishment Kit von Freckled Fawn zu euch kommen, können ganz schnell süße Magnete gemacht werden. Dazu benötigt ihr kleine Magnete, die ihr mit Glossy Accents (oder einem anderen starken Kleber) auf den Teilchen aus Kunstharz festklebt. Schwupp-di-wupp habt ihr Magnete, mit denen ihr kleine Notizzettel an einer magnetischen Oberfläche befestigen könnt. Ich hoffe, euch gefällt diese Idee. Mit diesem Post verabschiede ich mich nach fast 3 Jahren aus dem Design Team von Freckled Fawn. Es war eine schöne Zeit und ich werde mich immer gern an all die schönen Kits und die damit entstandenen Projekte erinnern. Danke an FF für die tolle Zusammenarbeit ♥. Liebe Grüße von eurer Sandra.

I'm sharing a new idea with the June Embellishment Kit from Freckled Fawn. The summery resin shapes - flip flops, sunglasses, ice-cream and the piece of melon - are perfect for making cute magnets. You will need some small magnets, glossy accents (or any other strong glue) and the resin embellishments. Just glue the magnets to the back of the resin shapes and you're done :). This is my last post for Freckled Fawn as a member of the design team. I'm stepping down from the team as a new creative opportunity has opened up to me recently. I'll always carry Freckled Fawn in my creative heart ♥ and I want to thank AesaLina, Janna and Sam from FF for trusting me and for the great collaboration over the past years. Have a great day, your's Sandra.






Zum Abschied möchte ich euch eine kleine Auswahl meiner liebsten Projekte zeigen, die ich für Freckled Fawn gestaltet habe. Last but not least, I'm sharing some of my favourite projects I created as a member of the design team with kits from FF.






























15 things to do in Prague



15 things to do in Prague on a weekend trip

Welcome to my personal top 15 list of things to do on a weekend trip to Prague. We did all these things (and a couple of more) while staying in Prague on a weekend in May 2017 from Friday to Sunday. And we had a WONDERFUL time. Therefore, I would like to share some of the things we did in Prague as weekend tourists. However, not in chronological order, travel-friendly shoes being required and looooots of photos (I APOLOGIZE for the photo overload - be kind with me, I'm in LOVE with Prague). Let's go. Enjoy the ride.

Ich möchte euch sehr gern auf eine retrospektive Wochenendreise nach Prag einladen. Fernab - und dennoch mit Besuch - von Wenzelsplatz, Prager Burg, Karlsbrücke & Co., lernten wir Prag im Mai 2017 als eine wunderschöne Stadt mit viel Grün, verborgenen Gärten, romantischen Plätzen, urigen Kneipen und freundlichen Menschen kennen. Die Stadt kann aus meiner Sicht trubelliebende Touristen ebenso begeistern wie Reisende, die Ruhe, Entspannung und Entschleunigung finden möchten. Neben fotografisch dargebotenen Eindrücken enthält der heutige Post 15 Tipps und persönliche Vorschläge für einen Aufenthalt in Prag. Die Hinweise zu den Bildern sind in englischer Sprache, ich hoffe, ihr könnt auch anhand der Fotos den einen oder anderen Tipp für euch mitnehmen. Los geht's. Kommt mit auf eine Reise in diese wunderschöne, vielfältige und begeisternde Stadt.

  1. Visiting Charles Bridge early in the morning (around 8 a.m.) to find this view with wedding shootings going on and cleaning staff making their way over the bridge ...














  2. ... compared to this view during rush hour with the crowds.




  3. Riding on tram no. 22 to see the main sights of Prague, watch out for ticket machines and have some coins at hand, the machines don't accept bank notes






  4. Eating a Trdelník (rolled dough wrapped around a stick, grilled and topped with sugar and walnut mix) and/or having some fresh juice










  5. Enjoying the wonderful pub atmosphere in Prague at Pivovar a restaurace U Valšů, Betlémská 5, Praha 1 - Staré město. We witnessed a bachelor party here with the bridegroom-to-be wearing a supergirl costume (had to edit the photo because there was something kinky hanging from underneath the costume).






  6. Strolling around the large and beautiful Letná Park with Prague Metronome, a beautiful view of Prague and lots of green and the 'potential for personal recreation and outdoor enjoyment'














  7. Riding up Petřín hill by railway (or climbing 299 steep steps to reach the hill) to see the Petrin Observation Tower (a mini version of Paris's Eiffel Tower), to have fun in the Mirror Cabinet and to walk down back to enjoy the breathtaking atmosphere of this huge, green oasis with beautiful flowers and benches to sit down and relax




















  8. Visiting the scenic area of historic fort Vyšehrad with Vyšehrad cemetry (many famous people are buried here among them famous Czech composers Antonín Dvořák and Bedřich Smetana), flea market on the weekend, beautiful views of Prague and lots of green space, meadows and benches to sit down and relax
































  9. Discovering Vrtbovská zahrada (Vrtba Palace Garden), a Baroque garden at Karmelitská 373/25, Praha 1 - Malá Strana, with entrance fee




















  10. Enjoying a traditional Czech meal and wine and Pilsner Urquell (fresh draft beer) at the oldest Pilsner Urquell Restaurant U Pinkasu at Jungmannovo náměstí 15/16, 110 00, Praha 1












  11. Visiting Františkánská zahrada (Franciscan Garden), a green oasis in the city center to sit down and relax, near U Pinkasu restaurant (9.) at Jungmannovo náměstí, 110 00 Praha 1 - Nové Město












  12. Walking in the streets of Žižkov and Vinohrady


























  13. Taking the scenic path through St. Wenceslas’ Vineyard when going back down from Prague Castle and enjoying some wine at Villa Richter
















  14. Having a great time at Kampa Island Park (Na Kampe), with a musical festival, coffee and a nice dinner at Restaurant Sovovy Mlýny with a beautiful view of the river Vltava and Charles Bridge


























  15. Taking photos of different Metro stations
















  16. Taking home some crisp Oblaten wafers as a souvenir


  17. Enjoy your trip to Prague and have a wonderful time discovering this amazing city.

Prague | Sneak of a new project coming soon

I'm going to share photos of a special Prague mini album (that I finished making yesterday) here on my blog in mid-July. I hope I'll see you then. Have a great day, your's Sandra.