Tuesday, 18 November 2008

No Pressure Over Cappucino

What I really should have done today is doing my homework, but instead I have played the piano, make some Christmas presents and drunk a lot of tea and coffee. It has been a wonderful day.
My "thing" this year is to make the presents as personal as possible, and to add a personal twist to them. It's actually quite cosy to knit, crochet, draw and write personal cards. I love it.

My french class have started planning til trip to Paris. It's an amazing feeling! We are planning a trip to Versailles, to different churches, museums, restaurants and important places in Paris. And I will definitely go to Montmartre, my favourite place in Paris. The atmosphere there is just fabulous and magical. I like the bohemian and artistic history of the place, and the old and narrow streets. It's just unbelievable.

The adorable blogger, Q's daydream, have given me this award. Thank you! I really recommend checking her blog out. Her outfits are amazing.
The rules.
-List six things that make you happy
-Pass the award on to 6 more kreative bloggers
-Link back to the person who gave you the award
-Link to the people you are passing it on to and leave them a comment to let them know
Six things that make me happy.
1 Drinking a cup of tea while it rains outside
2 Being hours in small vintage shops, just to get inspiration
3 Wearing berets - I have about six of them
4 Everything which is romantic
5 Reading in old books
6 Learning Italian
I would like to pass this award to.

9 comments:

Emily Rose said...

Thank you so much, can't wait to do it!
Arrr Christmas, the greatest time of the year, I love making personal presents, they are so much more special and cute, I think this year I may decorate little boxes and fill them with sweet things, excitement!
x

P.S Your Paris trip sounds lovely!

Mirthe said...

Thank you so much! That's very sweet of you:)

Paris is fantastic! It's absolutely my favorite city in the world. I'm planning to live there somewhere in the future!

the tea drinking english rose said...

aw thank you so much sweetheart!!!!
that is lovely!!!!!

the tea drinking english rose said...

and i love that idea about making the personal gifts.
i want to do that loats. but wanted to treat mother to lots of things as she can't buy herself many things. i bought her loads, then i felt bad and bought extra presents for everyone else too.

i do that for everyone's birthdays so it's not too bad that i'm wasting my only skill this christmas.
oh but mother and i will bake christmas treats and make decorations. so maybe it's not bad after all.

x

Chiclet said...

that sounds like a wonderful day!! i love christmas present making:] this year i want to make everyone bracelets out of string and handmade cars:]
thank you for the beautiful comment!! i just bought a shirt with the "let it be" record cover on it:]
the french trip sounds wonderfully fun! i hope that works out.
thank you!!
xxoxo
chiclet

shilvia said...

sounds like a wonderful trip!!! arent you lucky :) all your lists, they are all the fantastic things to be done to lift a person up, i totally adore all of them :)

saray said...

wow trip to paris??
I'm so jealous..

Rosie Posie said...

Thank you for your lovely comment, I'm so glad you were sweet enough to leave it, as I have now discovrd your wonderful blog, and I am in love with it!! Do you mind if I link you?

A trip to paris!!! How wonderful that will be!! I have never been, but will do one day, and when I do I will remember to visit montmarte, as it sounds just perfect!!

I am also making christmas presents this year, and really enjoy doing it!! I worry and worry that people wont like them, and then seeing their happy, laughing faces as they open the gifts is just the best feeling!!

I am also going to do your idea about the hats on the eggs- just lovely!! I will probably make a littl project out of it too, and decorate the eggs and draw faces on them and put the hats them and take pictures :) I can then post thm on my blog for all to see!!! and make sure I mention you of course :)

x

Anna Karenina said...

I'm going to Paris with my French class as well :D I look very much forward to it! Paris is such a wonderful city.