Friday, 30 October 2009 by Irene Hoofs
...tonight I will see her ... listen to her voice ... her magic music ... I can't even begin to express myself of what this means to me! Her music is magic... my favorite ...will she sing it for us tonight?
A long time ago I told my husband when we were watching her live concert dvd at home that I could only dream of going to a concert of her and just by coincidence my husband saw a billboard yesterday about tonights concert. Can you believe there were still tickets left...???
It's a beautiful day today.
and this is the calendar I'm planning to buy for the new year, I'm sure it will look very nice hanging next to my desk and when a month has gone by I will frame the prints.Tara really has outdone herself this year!!
Update :: I bought it, it arrived and it's so much more beautiful when you have it in your hands and I'm very happy I have choosen this calendar!!
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 by Irene Hoofs
Suddenly I remembered that I have been planning to post about Fiasask from Belgium for a long time but somehow never have ... so when I visited Fia's site again today I saw her latest handmade designs ... gorgeous wooden lampshades .. Fia's blog ...
I often find things for children that I like to write about on BloesemKids
but the artist or designer also makes nice things for us...the moms and dads, so I have to show it here too... like Libby Anderson
, who is a designer
originally from Portland, Oregon but currently lives with her fiance and their dog Hudson in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Libby
graduated from the School of Architecture at University of Oregon. Don't you just like this horse pattern on the pillow? For more about Libby
and what she likes visit her blog.
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 by Irene Hoofs
Playshapes by miller goodman ...toys for us or for kids? I love them ...here's to a new golden medal!
ps. a question for you...do you like this 'linkwithin' widget? I'm not sure yet, perhaps a bit messy and to much info...would love to hear your opinion!
Zig zag, a pincushion and measuring lint from Cocca in Japan...done in the most beautiful way you can think of.
I also liked this idea of creating your own wall-piece by covering a board with your favorite fabric and then put some artwork on it...I'm sure if you browse through cocca's website you will enjoy although the information will not be easy to read :) ...fashion, zakka, interior and more ...Cocca.