Some things I liked this week…


This French blog…la Rimule


The Say Something Baggie from Pure and Noble…


Etsy's Guide to Photography…images from Susannah Tucker….


This book Troppo Tardi…do you recognice the illustrator?

It's been an intense but fulfilling week here on my blogs…overwhelming warm responses to the new look and logo's! Thank You…I could not have wished for more 🙂 It feels like this is a new beginning and I'm bursting energy and have many new ideas for the coming months to share with you here on BKids. But time now to relax a bit! Happy weekend, hope to see you back on Monday with more categories for the  Gift Guide 2010…irene xoxo

Bloesem loves comments
  1. annamaria potamiti

    Lovely selections-all of them-of course Camilla’s work is instantly recognizable- and happily so!I am off to check the French blog-thank you for these-;)

  2. beauty comma

    this week, i like your new blog layout =) the idea with the perfume spray is really neat – congratulations on the makeover!

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