I had a jar of pesto in the fridge and of course you can’t have pesto without a delicious bread. Therefore I decided to make a focaccia bread. Delicious and super easy to make! The dough is very similar to pizza dough. It just has a different processing. It would also be nice to serve with soup instead of a standard baguette!
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A while ago I got a package from Lillestoff containing a super nice fabric with hot air balloons on it! As you may know I love hot air balloons, so this totally awesome fabric will undoubtedly get a nice destination. Especially now that Rens is here. The colors are very bright and they are a few my favorites. The quality of the fabric is very good. It is a jersey that is also organic. At Lillestoff you can find many more super cute fabrics. I highly recommended to go and see!
I’ve been thinking about what I will make of it. It’s a pretty large print, so not very suitable for clothing for Rens at the moment, because he is still so little. Maybe a wrap blanket? I’ll think of something, because this nice fabric deserves to become something great!
If anyone has any ideas let me know! XO Wilma
A few days ago I bumped over my wine glass.Thank God it was empty, so mopping wasn’t necessary. But unfortunately my glass was broken; the bottom came off. Basically I can still drink from it, but I’m not planning to hold it all night because I can’t set it down. A shame to throw away right? Okay, let’s be honest, we will not be drinking out of it anymore but it looked like a fun DIY project. A mini bell jar! A wine glass is the perfect shape for this. The mini ‘cake’ plateau I bought at the store, but you can also put the mini bell jar on the table without anything underneath. Tip: the thrift store is filled with saucers without a cup. Perfect in size to slide under your new mini bell jar!
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It’s really about time that we finish the nursery. Yes, I know, it’s pretty sad that it’s still not finished. But then again we’ve had a whole house to finish during my pregnancy, and I really wasn’t able to do a lot in that period. But enough excuses, I will see to it that we finish it as soon as possible so that I can start showing my beautiful nursery on this blog!
I’m still looking for a carpet. I’m probably going to end up making one myself, because so far I cannot find anything that is nice enough. I think the chevron carpets and patterns in the nurseries above very nice. The colors in this room really speak to me. I really like soft but bright colors, and not just for the nursery! Oh, and the prints on the wall in picture 3 are super sweet! XO Wilma