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How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

It’s almost Easter, my spring Christmas but without the presents. This year I’m having a go at dyeing eggs naturally using spices and vegetable juices for a pre-Easter kiddie party. I’ve been walking around with red and purple hands and for the love of all things shiny I couldn’t get my eggs pink. There was supposed to be at least one pink egg in the photos but alas. I’m going…

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Home & Garden

The Linen Closet

Hello, it’s been awhile! We are all good and well settled into our new home. Moose and Bonbon are super relaxed and were instantly OK with the transformation to the new home, so that is good. If animals are happy so must we. Although the house is super cute and bares so much potential, it’s definitely not our style. And it’s definitely not been renovated the way we would renovate…

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Lifestyle

Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Kasteel Erenstein

This is a sponsored post for Offley port and Fletcher Hotels. I was invited to visit a Fletcher hotel and dine in the castle accompanied by a nice glass of Offley port. Fletcher has 75 hotels throughout The Netherlands. The hotels are located in cities, near beaches, in nature and so on. I choose for this beautiful Dutch hotel in Kerkrade – South Limburg, so it’s written in Dutch. If…

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Craft & DIY

Crochet Flower Coasters

This is a pattern I designed years ago but I recently discovered that it’s no longer on my site. I’ve made these coasters using linen yarn I bought from Linnet, a beautiful Japanese linen shop. Their fabrics are just gorgeous, I especially love the linen towel cloth and the linen waffle. I discovered this shop years ago and just found the yarns in a bag and had to make something.…

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Home & Garden

The New Kitchen Design Plan

Happy 2017 people! I hope it’s going to be a good one. Only a month left until we move to our new home. The house is technical in good shape so we don’t need to renovate but we definitely do need to decorate. I do not want to insult the previous owners but they were a bit lost as to what a farm house from 1932 should look like on…

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