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I saw these awesome bread spoons by Niels Datema, a student at Design Academy Eindhoven over at Handmade Charlotte, and had to share them with our Bloesem readers. 

B2

I love making bread, and the idea of having a spoon in the right amount for each separate ingredient, is a pretty fantastic idea. 

B3

How sweet are these hand sculpted bracelets and endangered birds

B4

This lovely onions and leaves tea towel from Leah Duncan has the perfect spring color palette.

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