Monday, May 24, 2010

Putting things together...





Just for fun! I´ve been playing with putting different things together and taking a few photos...

22 comments:

  1. These miniatures are delightful, their cavalcade is exciting and mysterious together! The whole scene is in harmony.

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  2. Love it, love it, love it! And I love the wallpaper :D

    And no, no time for manicure or to watch telly, altough I have to watch the Eurovision song contest and see how Finlands singers embarase us so bad :D

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  3. Bözse...Delighted that you find it exciting ;0)

    Ira... The wallpaper is a free print. But my printer made is more blue-ish that I wanted. The picture don´t show. Dot all Eurovision songcontest participants embaress their country? I love to hate teh show!!!

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  4. Oh, is it from the web page you posted a post about?

    And some of them are quite good, sometimes, I usually like the Eastern European ones, but you'll drop on the floor and pee in your pants laughing hard when you see Finland song this year :D They suck so BIG time...

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  5. I love it! Everything fits together perfectly, colors and materials. Brilliantly.

    Regards, Roelie

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  6. Un rincon precioso, el papel me encanta.
    besitos ascension

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  7. I wish I could write in my language to better express my admiration for these pics but I need to satisfy English: the word is "intense".
    Really nice wallpaper (there you can do with the printer!). Items prepared in bulk create a kind of primordial chaos of beauty :-)

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  8. Your shop is going to be great and full of atmosphere.
    Geneviève

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  9. Annie: I want to be there!! The wallpaper makes is very dramatic..or intense as Flora says..

    (..and btw, Denmark is going to win this year ;-0)

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  10. I love the wallpaper! The rest is just so fantastic!
    Eurovision you say? I don't know why there is always a song that is not nice and surely the one that is not going to win picked up by the people. They usually choose a singer, a group and not a song....

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  11. Wow her var det flott, for noen nydelige ting du har !

    Janne

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  12. Thanks to all of you... Brilliant, intense and dramatic are words that suits me fine ;0)

    Okay, when is this Eurovision songcontest? Now I have to watch it... just to see of the finnish song can be worse that all the other...

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  13. Wonderful! it's so nice to see this very good. And your sofa,yes you pimp it up, you wirk it out.

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  14. Wow! You have some great stuff there!

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  15. Dear Annie, I do love your style...and realy hope you will also start a etsy shop too!

    Your work gives me so much inspiration!

    sabihax

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  16. Wow, what an amazing lot of nice goodies do you have! The blue-ish of the wallpaper on the picture looks perfect, but I know how pictures can cheat, especially on colour.

    Now you all going to watch the Eurovision songcontest, could you all please take a walk outside when the Dutch girl comes to sing her song? I don't know about the Finnish song, but 'ours' is really embarrassing... Folk songs should never leave the country!

    Marit

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  17. Yep, "brilliant, intense, dramatic" suit perfectly. I also want to comment on the balance of colour and texture, or as Bozse says, "harmony" - good job Annie!!

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  18. I love the way you put things together. I like the arrangement of goodies and can't wait to see more!

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  19. It looks very realistic, a great jumble of treasures to be discovered, I love shops like that.

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  20. Your pictures are fabulous. It's like being in a shop with antiques or in an old theatre filled with props. Nice job!

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  21. I love your style too Annie, it fit's into the layout of the blog too...a bit dark, mysterious, baroque and very stylish.....
    Synnøve :)

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