Snow globes are easy to break

I’ve been to a birthday party. A real one, for a 1 year old boy. I packed my thrifted handbag and dressed, in yes you guessed right, pink top and flowery skirt! I wore my beautiful black thrifted shoes, that says clickty-clack when I walk. I wish I could wear beautiful shoes more often, but I tend to walk too much and hurt my feet when I do!

Party handbag

Birthday card for FelixI brought balloons, a wrapped present and a home crafted card made from water colour paper – very much inspired by a card I myself received from Susan at my birthday in April.

I gave birthday boy a beautiful little snow globe that I bought at Sagolika ting in town. It’s an old fashioned toy store with lots of beautiful wooden toys, colour and cuteness. I adore it, even if it has a “blue” and a “pink” area that is not appealing to my feminist side. And I adore snow globes, almost as much as I like music boxes. It is strange that I don’t own one single music box, and just one big snow globe that contains a white angel. I only bring it out for Christmas. But most of these items are made for children, I guess I need to start looking though… Maybe at loppis tomorrow?

Felix kalas

Anyway this snow globe had a light blue foundation. Inside there were a little dog sitting with his legs crossed on a giant pile of pillows, holding a spar with a heart. Unfortunately Felix played with it for about two minutes – and it broke. Water and glass all around, and no snow globe to look at and remember birthday number one by. I was the saddest one…

…but at least there were cake!

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5 Responses to Snow globes are easy to break

  1. Robin says:

    Aww, so sad the snow globe broke! Could you salvage the inside and create a new snow globe? I know Martha Stewart has instructions on how to make one out of a glass jar with lid. Just a thought!

  2. Hanne says:

    Hej Hanna, de vanilje-hjerter man kan se i nederste venstre hj?rne er de hjemmebagte, det ligner de?! Jeg sp?rger, fordi jeg blev lidt “hooked” p? den slags, da jeg var i Stockholm her i sommer. Jeg har pr?vet at bage dem herhjemme. Men ikke i hjerteform – for det har jeg ikke.Men findes der hjerteforme??

  3. maria says:

    Ojd?! Va tr?kigt!

  4. Hagit says:

    Oh, I remember how I loved snow globes when I was a child. I can swear they were plastic back then, much bulky and less sophisticated than the ones there are today. So sad to hear it broke…:(

  5. gillian says:

    The card is divine! Sorry about the globe… :(

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