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How to make your Art Journal Page Bloom

I think the most important ingredient to make your art journal page bloom, is to use yourself as fodder in them. Without you (even if you don’t think you’re in bloom yourself yet), they will be lifeless copies of what … Continue reading

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Eye Candy | Flower Power

I believe in flower power – the power of nature in garden form. There is so much beauty outdoors right now that I find it hard to sit down by the computer to write a blog post or two, even … Continue reading

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A Stockholm Must See: Spring in Kungsan

Is it just me, or have spring been unusually beautiful this year? And long, stretching for weeks with blossoms in every tree top… At least I’ve been walking like in a haze, looking up at the tree tops most of … Continue reading

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Eye Candy | Peonies at home

Don’t bend; donít water it down; donít try to make it logical; donít edit your own soul according to the fashion. Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly. Franz Kafka Earlier this summer I got this beautiful bouquet of magenta … Continue reading

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Eye Candy | 50 Shades of Pink + desktop background

One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon Ė instead of enjoying the roses that … Continue reading

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The Pink Flower Mission

A Photo Project often start with one simple idea that spark your interest. The idea does not have to be genius or innovative, but it has to be something that interest you enough that you want to return to it … Continue reading

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The Simplest Things

In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. Albert Camus Sometimes the simplest things can bring the most happiness. A scrap piece of watercolor paper. A black ink pen. A bit of time to … Continue reading

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Stitched Blooms Book Blog Tour + A Book Review

Today is a big day for me as it’s the first time ever I join a Book Blog Tour! We’re here to celebrate Carina Envoldsen-Harris’ new book Stitched Blooms – 300 Floral, Leaf & Border Motifs to Embroider! This post … Continue reading

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Eye Candy: Back to Visby

I enjoy looking at other people’s beautiful photos in full size, and I hope you do too. In today’s Eye Candy I one again go back to my May visit to Gotland, the Swedish island that is so full of … Continue reading

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In my window: Lupins

One of the simplest joys of summer is to pick wild flowers – and bring them home… …to keep the other tamed plants company. Please follow and like: Related PostsDoily flower power field tote Orchids in Stockholm Smilla – the … Continue reading

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