Myra Madeleine deelt dagelijks haar bourgondische genenprint via social media en is ook regelmatig met haar reportages in print terug te vinden. Ze helpt diverse opdrachtgevers met Food PR campagnes en verkoopt bovendien sinds begin dit jaar haar ´eigen´ Pinot Madeleine aan particulier en horeca.
I recently made a post with Ti Sento jewelry but I could not resist using the Ti Sento Portofino collection once again when this great matching J.Crew outfit caught my eye. This time I combined the summer inspired Ti Sento jewelry filled with sun and luxury, with a great J. Crew winter outfit in emerald green and cobalt […]Meer
Already as a child I was intrigued and attracted by the way my mom sorted her clothes in her closet. Color coordinated as she is, she sorts her wardrobe by color family, going from dark colors to light. Color grouping not only makes it easier for her to coordinate outfits, because visually she can mix and match easier […]Meer
Their First Communion is a special religious event in our children’s life, as it is the first reception of the sacrament in our Catholic religion. Being both raised in the Catholic tradition, we wanted our kids to get the chance to explore how they feel about Catholicism so they will be able to make their own […]Meer
As I am a big fan of using natural materials in my interior I have dedicated several boards on Pinterest to get inspiration and ideas and share those with others. I would love to hear from the ones who share the love for natural colors and materials, where you get your inspiration from! With loveMeer
I completely fell in love with the new Ti Sento Portofino collection and combined it with the great Zara summer look. Ti Sento celebrates life with the Portofino collection inspired by “La Dolce Vita” with the beautiful scenery of the Mediterranean. Pastel pink and caramel create the lush, luxury of this collection. If you pair it with some […]Meer
Capture that barefoot-on-the-beach feeling — and a record of your feet– with this simple plaster-casting project. 1 Choose a site to cast your molds — the moist, hard-packed sand near the water’s edge works best. 2 Firmly press both feet into the sand. The prints should be about 1/2inch to 2 inches deep. (If your […]Meer