During my pregnancy I had the idea to combine a classic floral ornament with embryos. Actually the design was originally made for a sofa. The combination works very well on tableware too.
The colours for this tableware are blue and white. The firing at a very high temperature in the kiln means that the tableware is suitable for frequent washing in the dishwasher.
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We married in 2010. It took me over 2 years to finish the 120-paged photo book that I now finally printed via Blurb.de.
I had the idea to finish and print the book after discovering the website Paisleepress reading an article on Holly Becker’s blog Decor8blog.
There are several possibilities on blurb.de to set up the graphics for the book. You can use the software Booksmart or use Adobe Indesign (for experts) – for Indesign you can download the blurb-plugin and finally upload the finished PDF. I tried both and can recommend either way.
My book was made in 18x18cm, premium glossy paper and printed hardcover. Here are a few pics:
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Since August Sayeeda Bacchus is working in my studio. We are concentrating on textile design in the last months. I attach a few work-in-progress shots of cushions that Sayeeda designed and that I will be sewing in the next days. I will be showing more of the finished cushions and textiles soon.nike free run sale

I would like to share the best and most inspiring interior design blogs I have come across lately:
1. Decor8 by Holly Becker
Since October I have been following Holly’s eCourse about Blogging called Blogging Your Way Bootcamp. I will be updating this site using the tools and knowledge she has taught us.
Holly Becker has become a very influential blogger, book author and teacher in the last six years. She is on the blogroll of almost every design blog.
2. Plenty of Colour by Chloe Douglas from Vancouver about colour and beautiful things.
3. SFGirlbybay by Victoria Smith is a blog about design and other inspirations with a bohemian touch from this LA-based creative.
4. Door Sixteen by Ana Goodman who lives in NYC. She blogs and designs book covers while decorating her house and apartment.
5. Oh Joy! is a blog by Joy Deandeelert Cho who lives in LA and designs textiles, packaging and branding.
6. The Selby
Photographs by Todd Selby of creatives in their private spaces.
7. Abigail Ahern
8. A beautiful Mess by Elsie and Emma
9. Emmas design blogg by Emma Fexeus from Stockholm with beautiful photos of minimalist interiors.
10. Famille Summerbelle
Others. Miss Moss, the jealous curator, a creative mint, Beast Pieces, Poppytalk, Dezeen, Yatzer, Justin McGuirk, Strange Harvest, paperforest, Olivelse, Obsessilicious, Oh So Beautiful Paper.
Below is a picture of my third child born 2 months ago.

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