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some things I liked this week…

Liam

This Thank You card from LiamLynn could really use our help and you can WIN, so please buy tickets for this Raffle!

Lemontree

This wooden memory game by lemontree via kidshaus

Worldmap 

This world map by Oliver Jeffers for The Royal We, via minordetails

Childreninspiredesign 

The  multi-lingual number wall cards and Chinese compassion wall art from Children Inspire Design

Lapetitemagazine

And seeing myself 🙂 in the fabulous new online magazine La Petite … thanks Rachelle!

Wish you all a very beautiful weekend! irene xoxo

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  1. Deb

    I spotted the wooden memory game myself – it looks beautiful. Congrats on the magazine – I read the article, nice to see you in there. Love that world map!

  2. Bkids

    Thanks annie, it’s our new boys-room, soon I will share more images of the room!
    irene x


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