EST. 2014

Bloesem Living | Zara pouch handmade

Hello dear readers … I hope you have missed me just as much as I have you and the writing here on my Bloesem. It feels like such a long time of being completely off-line … no blogging, no tweets, no FB just a couple of instagrams. And although I really needed this break I am very happy to be back. This online world is such a huge part of my life that I feel strange without it.

But in 2014 things will be slightly different I will be working more off-line … meaning doing more actual face-tot-face things from my new Creative Space in Singapore. We have been working hard the last couple of weeks to decorate the new Bloesem creative space and I am thrilled with the result. SOme images will follow next week.

I hope it is going to an awesome new year. Of course I would like to wish you a very good 2014 too with all things healthy, lucky, happy and prosperous!

Bloesem Living | Zara pouch handmade


Bloesem Living | Zara pouch handmade

Bloesem Living | Zara pouch handmade

The Bloesem creative space will be used as an office to work on the Bloesem Blogs, but also as a place were we can host creative workshops and as a shop to sell limited editions items handmade by Zara  and myself or from other artists around the world we admire. Zara gave me this beautiful little pouch in my favorite colors it’s number 2 from a series she will be selling in the shop!

Any ‘great ideas’ on your list for 2014? we love to hear them :)

xoxo Irene – hope to see you back next week!

ps. how cool is my new polaroid camera I got as a present form my dear online friend Véronique from Pichouline … a true surprise!

Bloesem loves comments
  1. veronique

    hope to be an “off-line” friend soon…;-)
    x vero x

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