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Aspiring to CreativityAspiring to Creativity

Hub for creative inspiration as well as showcasing the work of 3 papercraft...

 
Linda's PaperieLinda's Paperie

My personal blog featuring my paper craft projects and personal life. I als...

 
Stamping Dragon DesignsStamping Dragon Designs

The home of Digital Stamps and Card Papers by Stampin Dragon Designs, Stay ...

 


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Microsoft’s Solitaire, which taught the world to use a mouse and waste unprecedented amounts of time, is turning 30 today. The game first came along with Windows 3.0, launched in 1990 with great fanfare, and is still played by 35 million people per...

SPONSORED CONTENTI'm a huge fan of real post and love the feeling of ink flowing across different textures of paper, as well as choosing beautiful writing paper, learning to calligraph, or even creating my own mail art. There's also the emotional asp...

Cameras are getting so fast now that it's hard for regular SD storage cards, even fancy UHS II models, to keep up. Sony has just announced that it's developing new cards using the all-new CFexpress tech that are up to the challenge. They ca...

This deck of 56 'Rider Back' Bicycle playing cards has blank faces. These come in handy for a number of magic tricks. The cards are printed on US Playing Card stock, and excepting the missing printed faces are identical to your regular deck of Bicyc...

Back in March 2017, YouTube announced that it would be retiring annotations, those boxes that pop up during a video with links and additional information. It discontinued the annotations editor in May of last year and soon all existing annotations wi...

We've all had to write Valentines to our classmates when we were younger, but Michael Cruz Kayne's daughter took a slightly different approach. On all of her cards this year, she wrote "you love me" to each of her peers. When told that she may have m...

This exhaustive database of Garbage Pail Kids is structured to make it almost easy to find one with the same name as yourself. Meet the uncannily apt Rodent Rob.