I love that snowy swing...
Have you already gotten snow? I am sure you get it earlier than us, but I am just not ready, not ready at all! Sigh. Summer is not long enough for me. It is very peaceful though.Erin :)
ooo, me too
Oh my goodness! It just gets better and better around here, Elizabeth! Those reds are so great! Perfect inspîration for how to use some of my vintage textiles fromo Uzbekistan, Daghestan, etc.
love this photoshoot, it reminds me of the seventies, when a was a teenager, the most beautiful time of my live, at least in my memory.I remember also the cute little Colargol bear:-)
Colargol bear... a little bit of nostalgia :-)
Den där hästpostern skulle jag inte ha något emot att äga... Poetisk som få!
Det ser utrolig fint ut der, -og jeg skimter Collargol i hjørnet. Han var min helt da jeg var liten!
heehee it Looks good together like that!merci merci!!!xxx gini
the coffeepot poor delight
Hm, här var det fint (igen!)
I like the granny squares on the crochet blanket next to the squares on the teapot.
It feels soooo cosy!Your blog inspires me a lot, thank you!
don't know that bear, but it looks great! always nice to pop over at gini's blog, she's showing nice things!
love the coffeepot!
Ooh I love that coffee pot!
I love your blog as well! After I moved to Paris I was so overwhelmed and lost but soon after I dicovered your blog. It calms me and inspires me everyday, thank you.
me too...me too.....love your cheeky socks elisabeth :)
oh my god, I am looking for this bar from my childhood for years now... I did not remember the name of it, and there I am now! many many many thanks!! :D
ha, i L-O-V-E the colargol bear too. Kind of a blog-memory here >>>http://sweetstrawberryfields.blogspot.com/2009/07/fernsehbaren.html
Wonderful photographs, I will have to visit her. I really want to do a granny square blanket, I have not yet attempted it.
gini's style is gorgeous and i fall for her shop too!i can't wait to see this new collaboration! these black and white photos are lovely.
*crush* I'm in love with the teapot.
Love your photos!
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