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Hi, I saw your very creative basket invitation on pinterest when i searched it on google, and I immediately loved it. My 10 month old daughter is having a birthday party for her 1st birthday and the theme is little red riding hood. Your idea for the basket invitation is the most PERFECT looking invitation I would LOVE LLOVE to make. http://thirdstory-ies.blogspot.com/2011/06/someones-almost-two.html that is the picture Can you PRETTY PLEASE tell me where i can find these materials and how do you exactly close the invitations to be sent out by mail? I would greatly appreciate your response. Thanks!
Just sent you an email!
I was one of your student about 10 years ago at meramec where you taught architecture drafting.
When you have an opportunity, please give me a ring. I like to discussed if you are interested in a project?
Thanks, Doug Ong
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I love the city decor you did for your nephew’s room and would LOVE to do for my lo’s nursery. Are there any instructions? I found it on Pinterest with a link to your site. Tia!
I don’t really have templates or instructions. It’s just something that I did on my own, with materials I had on hand. There are a few posts on the process linked here:
Thank you Kristin. We are working on it this weekend. I’m super excited about this project. You did an amazing job, and have totally inspired me.
Happy New Year 2021
Dear Creator of this tremendously inspiring blog,
Quite accidentally, via the poem ‘Soil’ by Irene Mathieu, which I love, I landed here. The places www sometimes takes us.
It has given me such pleasure to click through some of the material on the restoration and renovation of your home. I will return with more time to explore.
You are a family of unlimited ideas and talent it seems. The New Years card is brilliant and so beautiful…. had me wishing I were on your mailing list. ; )
I am Canadian and live in Cologne, Germany. We have a holiday home in France and we too are passionate about refurbishing older homes, gardening and especially about our family.
I wish you all the best and sincerely thank you for sharing!
Kim – what a lovely note. I truly appreciate it. My oldest hopes to study in France. I lived in Genoa, Italy years ago, and spent a lot of time in France and Germany as well. I love the poem ‘Soil’ as well. Take care. Feel free to follow on IG as well if you are on there – I post more frequently there these days.
I am interested in knowing the source for a map you mentioned of well known cities. I ordered one quite a while ago of San Francisco for my daughter and now she has moved to Denver. I thought this would make a nice gift, but I don’t remember where to order. I would so appreciate your help. Take care, Susan
If you’re referencing the London one we purchased for E, we got it from Famille Summerbelle. I checked her site: https://www.famillesummerbelle.com/collections/paper-cuts-prints but only saw NYC and SF on it. I love her work.
I bet you could find some good Denver map options too. Best of luck, and thanks for checking in.