some things I liked this week…

these cards at lagom designs


Sally's DIY iPad sleeve….


these adorable elephants… 

Handinhandsoap Curlybirds Foodforkids



hand in hand soap..


this craft project from Helen


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Wish you a very nice weekend! xoxo irene



Bloesem loves comments
  1. deborah

    Glad to see my friend Jenni’s elephants here – I love everything she makes I think and was thrilled to learn how well she is doing of late. A well-deserved success for one talented lady.

  2. Marjolein

    Wat een prachtige dingen weer. Dank je voor de inspiratie die het me weer gaf, dwalend op hun pagina’s.
    Fijn weekend voor nu.

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