FAQ

On this page is a list of frequently asked questions I received from readers.  For specific craft topics and where to shop, please check out my Crafter’s Resources page.  To learn more about me and why I started this hobby blog, please check out my About page.

HOW DO I FOLLOW YOUR BLOG?

Simply fill out the subscribe form at the bottom of this page and you will receive an RSS feed of my blog posts sent right to your Inbox.  You can also find the subscribe form on the sidebar of the Blog page and bottom of the Home page.

Please note, as subscriber to my blog you will only receive an e-mail from me when there is a new blog’s update.  Also, every few months I randomly pick out a few names to send out old craft supplies that I want to find new homes for.  If your name is picked from the subscriber’s list, you will receive an e-mail from me for the address to mail the craft goodies to.

How Often Do You Post?

My posting schedule varies month to month.  First and foremost I am a mom and life with three active young children is busy and full of unpredictable moments.  

My time is also split between creating baby sympathy cards for two groups within the Heart Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and in managing Cards for Little Hearts, a card drive that I host year-round for children living with Congenital Heart conditions.  More information about Cards for Little Hearts can be found HERE.

I also believe in sharing “quality” contents rather than quantity.  So I don’t share every projects I made either.  Instead, I share only of projects that I think have a “teachable” topic, inspire you to scatter a bit of joy to someone and ones that might be fun to do as a family so you can create unforgettable memories together.

DO YOU SELL YOUR Digital Stamps?
No, I do not sell any of my digital stamps.  I just enjoy drawing and enjoy sharing what I create with others.  That is why I make my digital stamps and printable as freebies.  The only thing I ask from you is that you will use them for your personal use only.  No alter of the images in any ways, shapes or forms.  Commercial use is forbidden.  However, you may sell small batch of your handmade cards using my images.  But you may NOT sell the image itself or the digital file it came with.  If you are not sure what is allow, please ask first.
What do you do with cards you made?

Believe or not, I don’t make cards in advance.  I only make cards when the occasion calls for one.  Or when someone could use a little smile.   It’s the only reason I got into cardmaking back in 2006.   So all the cards you see on my blog are made for and send to…

  • family, friends, teachers
  • parents who lost their baby to heart disease
  • my blog’s followers…just to let them know I am thinking of them and…
  • for children with Congenital Heart conditions
Is your background in Art?

No.  My background is in Financial Accounting.  But I have always enjoy pencil sketching since a child.  My drawings are quite simple.  There A LOT I cannot draw.  My eldest Catherine is the real artist in the house.  I share many of her drawings here.  She started drawing when she was 5 years old.

WE'RE LOOKING FOR DESIGN TEAM MEMBER OR GUEST DESIGN FOR US...HOW DO WE CONTACT YOU?

Thank you for considering me to be apart of your design team or guest design for you.  Currently I am not looking to join any design teams.  However, I might consider guest design for you sometimes.  You can reach me here to discuss.

WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN WRITING AN ARTICLE ABOUT ONE OF OUR PRODUCTS?
No thank you.  This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me, Christina Hor.  This blog does not accept any form of advertising, sponsorships, or paid reviews.  I write for my own purpose only.  Please visit my Disclosure page for more information on my blog’s terms and conditions.
WHO DESIGNED YOUR BLOG?
My blog is run on self-host WordPress using Divi’s child theme template “Flora” which was designed by Melissa Love of The Designs Space Co.  The floral images are part of the package.  For the header’s font, I am using the Betterfly font purchased from Creative Market.  It is the same font that Melissa used when creating the template’s sample and one she recommended.  I make slight modifications to the template myself to fit my blog’s functionality following tutorials I learned over on the Elegant Theme website along with one of Melissa’s famous Back-To-The-Top Button tutorial (I changed her standard box arrow to a flying upward sparrow).  Melissa is a joy to work with and always ready to help answer any questions or issues I ran into.  I would highly recommend her to anyone who is looking for new blog’s template.  For full disclsoure, this is not an advertisement.  Just my recommendation as satisfied happy customer.
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