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About Yvonne van de Grijp

Yvonne van de GrijpI am Yvonne from The Netherlands. With my husband, Harrie, and English Cocker Spaniel, Noozy, we live in the south part of our beautiful little country, close to the forest.

The simple promise to send a friend a handmade Christmas card is what led to my "papercraft addiction." I have been on the many manufacturing design teams from around the globe. Mainly a card maker, I also like mixed media and scrapbooking. My other hobbies include writing my blog, teaching workshops, doing charity work, cooking, speaking languages (I speak Dutch, English, German, Spanish and a little French), travelling, gardening, walking in the woods, reading books and watching movies with happy endings.

I have studied law (university) and business economics and travelled around quite a lot for work. I quit working to now take care of my family.

My blog is named after my first dog Phoebe. My blog motto is “Being Creative is a Way of Life Too!” I love sharing techniques, my knowledge and ideas with people to motivate them to "explore" their creativity too. Find me at PhoeBeez.

Christmas Reindeer Card with Easy Adhesive Layering

Good morning! Yvonne here, to show you how to create this layered Christmas Reindeer card. Adhesive layering is so easy with my E-Z Runner® Grand Refillable Dispenser and 3D Foam Squares White Mix at hand. Layered Card Making Die cut … Continue reading

Let it Snow: Glittered 3D Foam Holiday Card

Are you working on your holiday card? It’s only about 8 weeks to go before Christmas! It’s time to start making Christmas holiday and winter cards. Today’s project is a Christmas card using the 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit. Making my … Continue reading

Elegant Flower Card with Dimensional Effect

Today’s project is an elegant, layered flower card. Using 3D Foam Squares for layering you will add that extra gorgeous dimensional effect on your card. Hello everyone, Yvonne from Holland here today and I am super excited to share my … Continue reading