some things I liked this week…


these rooms photographed by brigitta wolfgang drejer for Bolig


this Théo Flowers Beanbag from Lalé…


these baby leggings that Kerry bought for her child…fantastic!


these Alain Grée animal tattoo's….

It was a bit of a strange start this week…none of the regular columns, but that will be different next week…we begin with a new Mom or Dad Story, there will be a craft-project, a giveaway and more so hope to see you again next week, wish you a wonderful weekend for now!
Irene xoxo

…and while I was working on an interview for a Dutch magazine last week (super excited, hopefully published in April) I found some of my old illustrations again, they are hiding in my closet, made these girls a long time ago…


Bloesem loves comments
  1. lashie_d

    Ohh so cute. I need to get those tattoos. Any one know if they are available anywhere in Canada?

  2. Laura

    Cute tights, love them!
    Tights (also for boys) are huge here in cold, cold Germany

    Laura in ludwigsburg

  3. Kerry

    Thanks again! Funny seeing my Bertie’s little bottom on here! The leggings are adorable, it must be said!

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