Goodbye and thank you 2018!

It's the last day of 2018. I feel a little sad because I was not able to fulfill a lot of things the past couple of months. I haven't been well since October and I have not made any new quilling tutorials since my last post. I vowed to take better care of my health in 2019 and I hope that I will be consistent this time around. 

A lot has happened since my last post here. It has been a real struggle to be creative and work when you are sick. But having said that, I am so grateful to God that even though I was sick, I was still able to create a little bit on some days that I felt a little better. Oh! Another thing I have to add here is that, I was also busy taking care of a little new born kitten at that time. You can click and read all about it at the link  of my personal blog --> HERE. Most of my Instagram followers already know about Stormy. I talk about her every other day. I also post a lot of my quilling work on my Instagram. You can view them at my Instagram link ---> HERE. Since November, I've been experimenting a lot on making quilling snowflakes. It was a lot of fun. It has given me an idea of what I can do for my future quilling projects. There is just so much to learn about quilling. I have learned a lot from other quillers around the world. So many new ideas and methods that I can try out in 2019. No harm in trying something new. 

As always, my new year resolution is would be to update my blog as often as I can. It didn't work as I planned it this year, but hopefully in 2019, things will get better for me and I can write and create more.

I want to thank each and everyone who still follow me here and still support me in my creative ventures. I have a lot of projects pending from 2018 that I will carry forward in 2019. Can't wait for me to get them all done and blog about them. Do pray for my good health next year. I truly need it a lot to carry on doing what I love. 

Featured Post

How to make two tone tear drop shape quilling flowers

We are coming close to mid February and I'm blogging about something that I did last January! LOL! It's been a month sin...