Leave a stamp on the world — with your own stamp!

I’m a real techy girl. I like all sorts of technical developments, I like if my phone is capable of certain functions and I use these too. My wishlist always contains some sort of gear, like the MINC gold foil machine, or the Silhouette plotter or cutting machine, that can cut almost anything out of different materials. And here we have arrived to the paper. Since I started making calendars and scrapbooks, paper became important to me, and everything that has to do with paper. Especially calligraphy, stickers and stamps.

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UJB | Closely Inspired by Plants


I haven’t shown you guys my plants in a while! The last time you saw them was in the fall, but since then not a lot has happened with them. They moved back into the living room and hibernated until winter broke its spell. They got some water, but no extra minerals. I started paying attention to them again last weekend, trimmed what had to be trimmed, repotted them and started adding plant food for the first time this year!
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I’m not perfect: bold.color.glass on Ridikül

Yesterday the Ridikül that I was also a guest on aired. I couldn’t wait for the show, I was curious to see what it would be like to watch it (after all, I already knew how it felt to be on it)! I watched the whole thing this morning, because we don’t have a TV, and my afternoon are largely about the kids. It was a really great experience! But I won’t write a summary about it, and would rather encourage you to watch it!
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Week-end with my dorm girl

It’s a big responsibility to be the mother of a boarding school kid. Last year we had a taste of this, but it didn’t include trips home every weekend. My oldest daughter just started boarding school, and she comes home every week — we’re really happy to see each other, but this has completely restructured my weekends. One could say, they’ve completely disappeared, but I’m quite committed to creating a liveable weekend system. Now we’re in the learning phase.
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I Thought I Knew How to Cook!

I love to cook. I’m a solid cook and baker, as my family and guests tell me. I’m really proud that experienced guests also compliment my food, who have ate across half of the world, at some pretty good restaurants. So I’m pretty proud of myself…Or I was. I never thought I had to go to a cooking course. But then as it happened, one of my children is gluten sensitive and I got scared about what I was going to cook?! Google immediately showed me the way. in the past two years I’ve cooked and baked quite a few times at the Miele Cooking School. These lessons helped me a lot in helping me better my daughter’s gastronomic world, and give her the chance to enjoy a full life while continuing to put bread, hamburger, or challah on the table. After that point I closed the cooking school question in my life. [Read more…]

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