some things I liked last week…


this sneak peek Bodie and Fou brochure 2012


Jonah and the Girl


AND their giveaway on BKids  …

the Launch of B:Studio… 


Let me wish you a beautiful weekend. I'm spending mine in Singapore.

Next week Marjon Hoogervorst aka Vorstin, is coming to visit me for 10 days and we are going to shoot my favorite spots both here in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. She is such a talented photographer and a very nice person that I'm super happy she is coming.

Looking forward to a very creative work-week with her…. of course we will share some snap shots with you next week and a Let's Get Personal Tour from Barcelona and a lot of wood and a DIY project, hope to see you back!  irene xoxo




these pillows I made last week for our home with Tas-ka and Plastisock fabrics…


ps. new media kits for Bloesem and BloesemKids available.

very affordable sponsor rates.  Email me if you are interested to receive one. 


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  1. Linda

    You have a nice taste, it really is similar to mine! It just could be my house haha, do you have these typical kind of items in your house? 🙂

  2. Saniflo

    So all these are your stuffs?! Wonderful! And you made those beautiful pillows! You must be a real House queen. Nice, keep posting 🙂

  3. carlylikes

    Wow, nice you´ve made your own pillows! I liked BODIE and FOU this week as well. I think it´s because you blogged about it earlier this week. Thanks!

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