I’m trying to decide what plants I’m going to take with me and swap for new ones on the exhibition next weekend. These are all little babies from bigger plants I have and they are ready for a new owner. No need to tell you that I’m really excited for the event! And I’m so happy to hear that so many of you are going to come visit us :^)
> Also exciting: on wednesday I’m going to see him sing pretty songs live ♡
> And the most exciting of all: only 3 days of work left and then I have 3 weeks of vacation… Y-A-Y!!!
But first there’s this long weekend, which I’m fully enjoying by making pot-and-paper-related stuff. Ha, good times.
Dear friends, I’m very happy to invite you to:
> Our strange nature
> Studio Meez
> Lisa Kinoo
> Hermine van Dijck
> Belle Fleur de Lis
For more info, head over to our event page. Come say hi & adopt a pretty plant!
One of my full-grown avocadoplants and a young one with its feet still in water. I think I might be addicted to growing these.
Outside and inside the house.
> Our street, seen from our balcony. And my geraniums. *
> M&C enjoying to be outside. I planted nasturtium in the wooden box.
> The last pictures are our downstairs area. We scoured, cleaned, painted the cabinet and my ♥ put shelves in it. My ficus got company of an old map. Now I need to hang my curtains up properly :) I’m really happy in our house and it’s extremely satisfying to upgrade or make your own furniture and see it turning into something beautiful.
* The cute little butt you can see on the first picture is of our statue. Our landlord collects old brass curiosity and we are hosting this little guy. According to our landlord he is made by the same guy who made this statue on the market in Antwerp.
> A give-away at Studio Meez!
> I really like this series of pictures
> Hihi ♡
> can’t stop dancing to this!