Exciting times for me…next week BloesemBlog is going to look different…to make sure everything is going to look really nice I have to work on it during this week and will only be sharing images and links with you during this week..but I'm certain you will like them 🙂 so please stay tuned…


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  1. angie

    So exciting. BIG congratulations. I know it’s no small task. I hope it’s going smoothly. *a

  2. Tania

    I know you have been working so hard on the new look. I have no doubt it will be as stunning as all the beautiful finds that you feature. I’m so excited for you and for all of us who are anxiously awaiting the debut.

    Tania 🙂

  3. Marjolein

    I’m absolutely sure this will look fabulous! Am very curious to see the result next week. Good luck with the ‘laatste loodjes’ Big kiss from Brussels

  4. Alissa

    I’m new to your blog, but can’t wait to see what’s next. I’ve been enjoying looking at all of your lovely things and inspsiring ideas…especially the post for digital pictures. Always great to find clean well designed blogs…I’m sure your next one will be even better. Staying tuned.

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