Thursday, October 20, 2011

My Life in Fake Polaroid Pictures: Moving to a New Home


Hi! :) Here are a few new snapshots I've been taking during the last few days. My mother bought us pretty flowers for our new balcony, I wore my new vintage dress and two of the cutest pins I made at work and I finished painting my extremely pretty kitchen cupboard. :) Of course I'll show better before - after photos after everything's done. :)

Moreover, the new semester has started and I could use my pretty, new owl pencil case. I know, I already own lots of those cases and handmade pouches, but it was so cute, I couln't resist buying it. :) One day, I bought my mother fresh flowers and we had quiche for lunch.

Here I asked my mother to take a photo of my outfit, but she isn't used to my mobile phone and so she cut off my head. :D This is my lovely, new vintage dress from Olenka Vintage. <3 I took the last photo just a few hours ago, my new room starts looking like it's mine!! :) I love it, here you can see my future sewing table and my comfy cord chair just next to the window. :)
Can't wait to finish everything and to finally live there and I'm soooo endlessly thankful for my mother helping us with everything. <3

4 comments:

  1. Aww, your little home is coming along already. I cannot wait to see the end result!

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  2. That dress is so lovely. And cord chair? That'd be my dream. My fella always jokes about how I'll one day be in corduroy from head to toe. :) I'm also pretty excited about seeing your official before and after cabinet photos, it looks great.

    -Sara-

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  3. Mir gefallen Deine Bilder so gut. Tolle Idee!

    Mit welchem Programm bearbeitest Du Deine Bilder?

    Viele Grüße, Sindy

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  4. Liebe Sindy, die Bilder mache ich mit einer App für Android Smartphones, die nennt sich fx camera und damit kann man diese Fake-Polaroid Bilder machen, ich liebe sie! :)
    Liebe Grüße

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