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some things I liked this week…

Ourworkshop-shop.co.uk

these notebooks at Our Shop

Fredslot

the home of photographer Fred Slot seen at Emmas blog

Leif  Studiocarta  HomeBeautifulnew

Leif

these items at Leif shop

Studiocarta

these new ribbons at studio carta

HomeBeautifulnew

Thank YOU… Home beautiful from Australia and especially Vanessa Keys who wrote these wonderful words about me and Bloesem… blush blush and happy 🙂 the 2 images above are just to give you an impression of what this wonderful magazine from Australia looks like. {thank sweet Rebecca for letting me know, enjoy Perth}

Have a very nice weekend, relax, enjoy and come back on Monday! Irene xoxo

ps. don't forget to enter for this giveaway to win a great Bag.

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  1. Agata

    yes, well deserved, congratulations! I love you work, you have a super taste and good eye for beautiful things! Keep going the great job.


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