Irene from Bloesem blogs has her own jewelry collection Bloesem Wear and I want to share some of her newest pieces with you. The new collection combines her passion for crafts, pearls, gems and colors. All jewelry is handmade by Irene from original materials and comes flat-packed in a Bloesem Wear design envelop or a handmade Linen pouch. Staying true to her own style and taste, the collection is understated, delicate and has a soft, almost fragile, feel to it. Irene uses genuine silver, gold and semi-precious stones that create timeless pieces that will last.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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Labels: Bloesem blogs, Bloesem Wear, Irene Hoofs, jewelry
Monday, June 24, 2013
Blogs I read: Griottes
Welcome to my new column: Blogs I read. I thought it’s nice to show you which blogs I follow. The first blog I want to show you is the blog Griottes palette culinaire. Actually this blog is more a blog I “look at” rather than that I read it, because it’s in French. It’s from Emilie, a 26 year old artistic director in real life. On the blog you can find recipes, photos (food, nature) and DIY tutorials. I love her blog. Not only she makes beautiful photos, she also has an unique style with her added graphics. So please go over there and have a look yourself. Hope you will like it!
Posted by Haikje at 1:17 PM 1 comment:
Labels: Blogs I read, culinair blog, Griottes
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Graphic prints from my hand
Here is a better look on the graphic prints that I made for the collages in the kids rooms (which I blogged about last week). Hope you all are enjoying the good wheather. Here in The Netherlands it's a good temperature for relaxing :-).
Posted by Haikje at 2:46 PM No comments:
Labels: Graphic prints, Studio Haikje
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
DIY: Spice up your wall
I wanted to do some decorating with my photos. Since the walls in the kids rooms still were a little bit empty I decided to make a collage on them. I selected the most beautiful photos from my archive and also made some graphic prints for a bit of variety. I printed them and taped them on the wall with masking tape. Tadaaah, that's it! I like the result and the kids do to. My boyfriend is still getting used to it. He thinks it's getting a bit "crowded" on the wall ;-). Have a nice week!
Posted by Haikje at 5:04 PM No comments:
Labels: DIY, home, masking tape, photography
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