20.12.09










Fourth sunday in advent. And we have new curtains.


I love this window with paper curtains, via Reference Library.







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62 comments:

Louise said...

Fint! Jag har funderat på något liknande till mig själv, fast med virkade stjärnor. :)
Hoppas ni har en trevlig fjärde advent!

la casita said...

oh I see, you have a very dreamy new curtains...and it seems that you are having a very relaxed sunday morning there X

spoonful said...

Så enkelt och så fint!

Débora said...

Beautiful!

riotyarn said...

Finfint! Trevligt med fönsterdekoration.

kristina - no penny for them said...

oh my, so delicate.

congrats on the times top 50! and rightly so, your blog is so inspiring, sigh.

happy sunday.

Francesca said...

My goodness, your curtains are breathtaking! We made some snowflakes out of newspaper, and I can see that we need to refine our techniques! Beautiful. Happy Sunday, Elisabeth.

Jenni said...

Looks delightful, Merry Christmas.

sara said...

så fint både ert och länken. du skulle passa där i pälsmössa med rosett underhakan och en stor gammal kamera på magen. puss

Hanne Danne Grønn said...

I had almost forgotten, we have fourth of advent! :D

Julia said...

festive and dreamy. :)

Kaylovesvintage said...

my mister snowflakes is also busy

Elena said...

Sweet!

Hanna Päivikki said...

so many nice pictures here, again. and the curtains, they fit well to such windows.

have fun fourth advent sunday!

mieke willems said...

great! so so pretty!

ida said...

ÅH vad fint!

Amanda Nicole said...

Love love your snowflake curtains.

Kickcan and Conkers said...

I love these paper snowflakes, so simple and reminiscent of crafty Christmases when I was younger.
The window is beautiful too, reminds me of the photos isabelle showed over at Lou et Tom
http://louettom.blogspot.com/2009/11/otwock.html

.naa. said...

beautiful paper snowflakes! My mum used to make them when I was a kid and we put them on windows as well. So lovely!

Maria Helena said...

So simple & perfect, looks amazing!

lilie-melo said...

your pictures are always so beautiful. We made snowflakes as well with kids today. It's such a good idea to make curtains !

at swim-two-birds said...

this is so nice and delicate!

Merja said...

Niin kaunista! SÅ vackert!

Happy Christmas greetings from California.

marie said...

i bet your curtain makes the best shadows!

Haust said...

Utruleg vakkert!

gini said...

gorgeous window!!!!!!!oh im sooo excited it's almost xmas!!!!!!!!
!-)
giniiii

annapernilla said...

mm magiskt fönster, så fint med flingorna.

teddybearswednesday said...

Just beautiful!

Sammi said...

Very beautiful snowflakes

JenniS said...

hi there - can you share some secrets? Did you make these out of white paper, folding and cutting? Are they hanging with fishing line or cotton or something? Millie is only 2, but maybe we could make some together. It's 22 degrees here, sunny day forecast for Christmas and we'll be in mum and dad's pool which is currently 28 degrees! But I miss the cold dark Christmases I had in the UK and go fairylight crazy anyway and we still cook a hot turkey, red cabbage, stuffing, gravy - everything!

e said...

fint snöfall! slipper man skotta ;) god frulle med.

Oakley said...

i love personal touches on christmas

Bohemian girl said...

When I made snowflakes last year my husband suggested he felt like being in a kindergarten (which made me angry and I took them down immediately). He was kind of right. But your windows don't look like kindergarten at all. They are beautifully hanged.

amy said...

what a beautiful window!

Ciara said...

So beautiful...

n a t s u m i said...

These snow flakes are beautiful! I used to make them when i was in shcool...

Merry Christmas! xox

EKH said...

Sigh, so pretty.

Fine Little Day said...

Jenni S, white paper, folding and cutting yes. Hanged with a white swe thread.

Bohemian girl, I had the same thoughts about kindergarten but that´s good - because I like kindergarten :)

Linda said...

Vad fint. Garanterad vit jul, ju.

Jenea said...

It's looks Very cool! In this year I want to make with my sister something too, for disign!!!

esbachfamily@gmail.com said...

looks beautiful!

Letter Paper Flower said...

So delicate and inspiring! How do you make such exquisite snowflakes???

Milady Productions said...

those are the most beautiful cut out snowflakes i've ever seen! my children made 3-d ones and taped them on our big windows on Saturday.Once again, our children our simultaneously crafting!

Sukré said...

Those snowflakes are too beautiful!

sarah said...

beautiful snowflakes! i made some snowflake fun too! it's a surprise every time you open them. happy holidays elisabeth!

Katherine Lee said...

i love love love the image of the table. starkly beautiful and extremely inviting. thanks for sharing!

xo katherine aka. urban flea :)
http://www.urbanfleadesign.net

anette said...

oh i love the papercurtains, yours and the eastern european ones!

FairieMoon said...

I also love these photos, especially the one of the new curtain!

Lovely!

Erin :)

Sarah said...

Those are the prettiest curtains ever! hehe.

the southern hostess said...

Your blog is amazing! Beautiful!

Hila said...

How beautiful! Happy holidays to you :)

starsandclouds said...

Beautiful curtains, love them! Looks like a nice start to the day too!

Alex said...

So beautiful and light!

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Fine Little Day said...

Thank you for your comments :))!

Lauren said...

beautiful snowflakes!

Ivonne said...

Beautiful!!

Elie's Papel said...

Great decor idea!!! it feels very fairy tale like... It's a really nice way to bring the winter elements into the home... Beautiful!

cerealjoe said...

Such pretty paper snowflakes! Now I feel like making some.

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