Friday, 17 February 2012

Pottering at home - Kotipäivä


Girl with a cold, some tiramisu & the tooth fairy popped by.

Yksi nuhanenä, tiramisua, hammaskeijun visiitti.

 

21 comments:

  1. These are such beautiful photos, so full of whimsy x

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    1. Thanks Angela! I seem to rarely pick up the camera these days, but somehow when the little one is home in the middle of the week and there's less time and inclination to focus on work, it's quite fun to play around with the camera a little and even do a modest spot of crafting together :)

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  2. Hi, i love your blog and follow it daily, but i am on my ipad and the photos dont load.. Is it me, or did something change with your format? I will keep trying...and thank-you for your lovely blog x

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    1. Hi Sarah, so sorry to hear that the photos aren't uploading on your ipad properly. Not quite sure what could be wrong - I changed the font and went for another comment form, which allows me to reply directly to each comment, but didn't change the overall template or anything major, so would have thought this wouldn't affect things too much. But then I don't really know... I use a mac myself and have tested the blog on a pc and mobile phone, which all seem to work ok.

      Does anyone else have a problem with seeing my photos these days or have an idea what would be wrong?

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  3. such a beautiful post, Rebecca, lovely glimpses of your life at home ...
    Barbara x

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    1. Thank you so much Barbara, quite often pottering at home is just the best thing :)

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  4. I really like your blog:)Great pics and so much inspiration...I wish you a lovely weekend.
    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis

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  5. Ihania kuvia kuten aina:) Teillä kaikki näyttää niin kauniilta ja harmoniselta!

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    1. Voin vannoa, että kaikki ei ole niin kovin kaunista ja harmonista, rajaaminen rulettaa :)

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  6. I recently stumbled upon your blog and always look forward to the eye candy you dig up.....your own world included.
    thanks for constantly inspiring me!
    Babette

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    1. Thanks ever so much Babette for your lovely message x

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  7. Were is that beautiful floor from the bathroom?
    Nice pics
    Malin

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    1. Thanks Malin, the bathroom floor is original, our house is from 1926 and not quite sure whether the tiles could date as far back as that, but they're many decades old anyhow. They've stayed in surprisingly good shape. I know you can still get hexagonal tiles, and you could combine different colours.

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  8. Lovely photos-love your blog! Hope she is feeling better! Would love to know what book you are showing there! It looks inspiring!

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    1. Thanks! She's much better now, just coughing a lot at night. The book that's open is an old favourite, Designerhjem by Charlotte Grondahl featuring the homes of Danish designers. I love its huge proportions and glossy photos.

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  9. Love this post Rebecca, your home is so beautiful.
    And the headband for your little girl is precious, was it inspired
    by Wovenplay? I love their range.
    Love kat x

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    1. Thanks Kat <3 The headband was subconsciously inspired by some gorgeous images in an issue of Papier Mache magazine, although ours is a much more humble version made of things we had available at home. I must check out Wovenplay, hadn't heard of it before!

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  10. Oh Papier Mâché is wonderful isn't it. I have issue 2.
    It was probably a woven play headband as they have featured them before.
    I know you'll love that brand. They even have jess brown dolls in their style.
    Kat x

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