It's time to send those Christmas cards, so they can arrive in time! Look at these ones. They are so amazing and romantic and unique cards. These old, vintage cards deliver something really special to those who receive them. Much nicer than the new, manga-kind or other cyber inpired modern ones. At least this is what I think. :)
And if you don't find such beautiful vintage cards, you can create yourself unique and one-of-a-kind cards to your loved ones. You'll need left a basic paper (natural) and a lot of small stuff that you never know what to do with. For example: buttons, straps, left-over fabric pieces, colorful papers, laces, bows, ...anything, whatever you can fix to a paper card. :)
This is definitely my favorite. I would send something like this. But probably, would add a little cotton lace. :)
P.S.: The best part is that you can create so cute decorations to your house from all the cards that you got! Never put them in the drawer! XX
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Although today was sunny, we had some serious foggy days behind us. But who says the fogg cannot be beautiful? Take a look at these and you'll think differently, I'm certain!
So, next time when you are complaining about the fogg, just try to see the beauty in it! It is always there! Give yourself a minute to observe and let it all in, and somewhere in the deep foggy air, you'll realize some pink flowers... or love :)
P.S.: Even guys look better in the fogg!! :)
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Since Christmas is coming... :) (I know it's a cliche, but it's true) ...I decided that I'll create some Xmas posts from now on. Here is the first one...
This Sunday is the 1st day of the four Advent Sundays. I found these unusual ways of candle placement. I hope you'll be inspired too. And none of these will cost you a fortune, better yet you can do it yourself at home. :)
P.S.: You can't make mistakes, since these even work if you don't have matching glasses to hold the candles. X
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Beautiful porcelain cups, plates, jugs with colorful flowers, polka dots, lace decorations arrived to our shop. They are really AMAZING! There are some textile placemats and tablecloths as well to match with your plate and cup of coffee. :) Come and pick one for yourself!
And since Christmas is approaching us, and it is already freezing outside, I give you these photos to make you warm and feel happy for the beautiful winter. There are the warm coffees, hot wines, gingerbread cookies, warm blankets, fireplaces and many other things that we can have only winter! :)
P.S.: Use the alarm clock only for decoration and go back to sleep! X
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I know, I know... again with the lace... Sorry, I can't help it! I love it! Everything that is lace, from lace, with lace, looks like lace, feels like lace... If you look at these pictures, I'm sure that you can't pass them without a heartbeat! ;) After all we are all woman, no?!
Anyway, I hope you like them as much as I like them!
P.S.: Try not to think of only wanting to get married immediately! XX
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A prompt performance by the talented Stacy DuPree and the 'oh-so-handsome' (and no less talented :) ) Mr. Jeremy Larson.