~ Friday, October 17 ~
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fashion camp vienna part two lies ahead and i’ll be teaching my second photoshop class. going to a blogger conference always makes me nervous. why? well… there will be a lot of people with cameras… i don’t really care about cameras and when it is my own it’s not that bad and i actually like having my picture taken by myself :D but if it’s someone else’s camera… that’s entirely different!
another scary thing is… thinking about the something i’m going to wear. given the name of the conference it should be something fashionable… so that’s why i might bring my new coffee clutch. i made it this summer and it’s been my going out purse ever since. it even has a cute tukan on the front!

it’s made out of an old coffee bean sack, another pice of fabric and a zipper. that easy. all you have to do is, measure the sice you’d like to have at the end, take it twice and the exact same size out of the other fabric for the inside.

sew around the edges and turn the clutch into the right position, now add the zipper and you’re done! easy like that :)

what do you think? fashionable enough?

fashion camp vienna part two lies ahead and i’ll be teaching my second photoshop class. going to a blogger conference always makes me nervous. why? well… there will be a lot of people with cameras… i don’t really care about cameras and when it is my own it’s not that bad and i actually like having my picture taken by myself :D but if it’s someone else’s camera… that’s entirely different!

another scary thing is… thinking about the something i’m going to wear. given the name of the conference it should be something fashionable… so that’s why i might bring my new coffee clutch. i made it this summer and it’s been my going out purse ever since. it even has a cute tukan on the front!

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it’s made out of an old coffee bean sack, another pice of fabric and a zipper. that easy.

all you have to do is, measure the sice you’d like to have at the end, take it twice and the exact same size out of the other fabric for the inside.

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sew around the edges and turn the clutch into the right position, now add the zipper and you’re done! easy like that :)

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what do you think? fashionable enough?

magic invisibly_klein

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~ Wednesday, October 8 ~
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did you get any of the pumpkins i talked about some days ago when i started my pumpkin parade? i hope so!
today i have two more for you. first: the angelique
what a name! and the color. just pretty! i made roasted pumpkin slices out of this one, it’s super delicious! plus the size is very nice as well!
the second one for today is the acorn squash
if you cut it lenghtwise you can fill it with meat or quinoa and tomatoes and cheese and put it into the oven, bake it for about 30 minutes and have a super yummy filled squash. but if you cut it the other way, and in stripes, your squash rings will look like flowers and can be roasted in the oven as well. just add some oil, salt and maybe garlic – done!
what’s your favorite pumpkin so far?

did you get any of the pumpkins i talked about some days ago when i started my pumpkin parade? i hope so!

today i have two more for you. first: the angeliquepumpkin | angelique | invisibly

what a name! and the color. just pretty! i made roasted pumpkin slices out of this one, it’s super delicious! plus the size is very nice as well!

the second one for today is the acorn squashpumpkin | acorn | invisibly

if you cut it lenghtwise you can fill it with meat or quinoa and tomatoes and cheese and put it into the oven, bake it for about 30 minutes and have a super yummy filled squash.
but if you cut it the other way, and in stripes, your squash rings will look like flowers and can be roasted in the oven as well. just add some oil, salt and maybe garlic – done!

what’s your favorite pumpkin so far?

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~ Tuesday, October 7 ~
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october, the month of pumpkins and squash <3 you know how much i love them all. so last week i visited this famous pumpkin farmer near klosterneuburg again. 
last year i couldn’t decide which ones to choose and this year was even harder. so i took even more than last year… what a concept.
anyways, i thought you might want to know a bit about those different pumpkins and the squash as well so for the next few days i’ll show you all the varieties in my pumpkinparade.
today i’ll start with the moschata de provence

this is the one you’d find in a fairytale growing into a big carriage. isn’t he beautiful? this is a tiny one, there are even bigger ones but i just couldn’t carry them home!

i think i might try the roasting with this one… i just can’t imagine putting it into soup… way to pretty!

and then there is the marble

very pale and lightly green or blue, i used it last year for a soup and it was delicious! such a bright orange, incredible!
can’t wait to get some cooking done! but first i’ll have to do some studying.

october, the month of pumpkins and squash <3 you know how much i love them all.
so last week i visited this famous pumpkin farmer near klosterneuburg again.

last year i couldn’t decide which ones to choose and this year was even harder. so i took even more than last year… what a concept.

anyways, i thought you might want to know a bit about those different pumpkins and the squash as well so for the next few days i’ll show you all the varieties in my pumpkinparade.

today i’ll start with the moschata de provence

pumpkin | moschata | invisibly

this is the one you’d find in a fairytale growing into a big carriage. isn’t he beautiful? this is a tiny one, there are even bigger ones but i just couldn’t carry them home!

pumpkin | muskat big | invisibly

i think i might try the roasting with this one… i just can’t imagine putting it into soup… way to pretty!

and then there is the marble

pumpkin | marble | invisibly

very pale and lightly green or blue, i used it last year for a soup and it was delicious! such a bright orange, incredible!

can’t wait to get some cooking done! but first i’ll have to do some studying.

Tags: pumpkniparade pumkin squash food franzlbauer
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~ Thursday, October 2 ~
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it&#8217;s october… the only month i do not have to dress up as a common human being – i can put on witchy outfits every other day without suspicious looks ;) 
i actually made that dress in summer already but it suits much better now that the weather is so rainy. those dungaree dresses are quite cute i think, i already made two.


so here is what i did: for the skirt part i sewed a basic whole circle skirt with a length of 60cm plus the seaming part. i finished the whole skirt with zipper and side pockets before i added the upper part.
now for the front part i used a rectangular pice of fabric which i altered to the right length from my skirt waist up to where i wanted the neckline to be (about 30cm plus seaming part but you should measure it yourself). i made two plaits right and left at the neckline so the fabric wouldn&#8217;t be so strait. oh and i also added a pocket at the front, but if you think it looks too much like an apron you might want to lose this one.

the straps are crossed at the back and sewed to both the skirt part on the back and the front neckline. it took me a view times to get the perfect length here but now it&#8217;s perfect.

what do you think?

it’s october… the only month i do not have to dress up as a common human being – i can put on witchy outfits every other day without suspicious looks ;)

i actually made that dress in summer already but it suits much better now that the weather is so rainy. those dungaree dresses are quite cute i think, i already made two.

witchy dress | whole | invisibly

witchy dress | detail | invisibly

so here is what i did:
for the skirt part i sewed a basic whole circle skirt with a length of 60cm plus the seaming part. i finished the whole skirt with zipper and side pockets before i added the upper part.

now for the front part i used a rectangular pice of fabric which i altered to the right length from my skirt waist up to where i wanted the neckline to be (about 30cm plus seaming part but you should measure it yourself).
i made two plaits right and left at the neckline so the fabric wouldn’t be so strait. oh and i also added a pocket at the front, but if you think it looks too much like an apron you might want to lose this one.

witchy dress | behinde | invisibly

the straps are crossed at the back and sewed to both the skirt part on the back and the front neckline. it took me a view times to get the perfect length here but now it’s perfect.

witchy dress | invisibly

what do you think?

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~ Tuesday, September 30 ~
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are you ready for a month filled with spooky stories, bats and pumpkins? i am! if you&#8217;d like to dress your tech in the same mode, hop on over to we love handmade and download the new wallpaper i made. 
i already have my iphone dressed :)

are you ready for a month filled with spooky stories, bats and pumpkins? i am! if you’d like to dress your tech in the same mode, hop on over to we love handmade and download the new wallpaper i made.

i already have my iphone dressed :)

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~ Saturday, September 27 ~
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i&#8217;m back at home from a week filled with sports, adventure, friends and lot&#8217;s of laughter. it&#8217;s been a fun week. i enjoyed most of the time with the girls.


there was lot&#8217;s of cuddling, laughter, fear and tears of joy while we climbed through the crag and jumped from a 10m high tree trunk.




we learned how to navigate trough the wilderness and look for places or treasures… or just the shortest way back to our dorm.



my job during the week was to document all the activities, which leaves me with a ton of pictures now. what a tragedy ;)
thank you for this special week girls &lt;3 i really am glad to have met you!

i’m back at home from a week filled with sports, adventure, friends and lot’s of laughter. it’s been a fun week. i enjoyed most of the time with the girls.

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there was lot’s of cuddling, laughter, fear and tears of joy while we climbed through the crag and jumped from a 10m high tree trunk.

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we learned how to navigate trough the wilderness and look for places or treasures… or just the shortest way back to our dorm.

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my job during the week was to document all the activities, which leaves me with a ton of pictures now. what a tragedy ;)

thank you for this special week girls <3 i really am glad to have met you!

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~ Sunday, September 21 ~
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yesterday the first part of this years fashioncamp vienna events took place. If you follow me on facebook you&#8217;ll know that i made all the designwork for the fashion camp team.


i was there from the morning hours until the evening, met a lot of nice young ladies who just started blogging or are about to, had great food from blatt&amp;bluete, somehow managed to kill my macbook just before my workshop about photoshop and how to start using it… ,nearly cried in front of 20 people because i couldn&#8217;t stand the thought of not having my computer anymore, spontaneously held my workshop with another computer and without the presentation i had prepared… and still made it :)
i hope all the girls who attended my workshop learned something new and had fun as well. i was nice meeting you all.
i&#8217;ll be gone for a week again but hopefully the blog-pause will stop afterwards.

yesterday the first part of this years fashioncamp vienna events took place.
If you follow me on facebook you’ll know that i made all the designwork for the fashion camp team.

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i was there from the morning hours until the evening, met a lot of nice young ladies who just started blogging or are about to, had great food from blatt&bluete, somehow managed to kill my macbook just before my workshop about photoshop and how to start using it… ,nearly cried in front of 20 people because i couldn’t stand the thought of not having my computer anymore, spontaneously held my workshop with another computer and without the presentation i had prepared… and still made it :)


i hope all the girls who attended my workshop learned something new and had fun as well. i was nice meeting you all.


i’ll be gone for a week again but hopefully the blog-pause will stop afterwards.

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~ Monday, September 8 ~
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this summer was bussy with work and one of the projects i made was this corporate design for sinnenrausch, an austrian blog from tyrol. i think it turned out pretty nice, very natural and delicate. what do you think?

this summer was bussy with work and one of the projects i made was this corporate design for sinnenrausch, an austrian blog from tyrol.
i think it turned out pretty nice, very natural and delicate. what do you think?

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~ Tuesday, September 2 ~
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while the weather is pouring down on us the last days and i am stuck at my desk researching books and articles for my final theses at university (yes… final year woop woop!) my mind wanders back to our vacation every other moment.we took the train to croatia, which took forever because of train troubles, and slept a night in rijeka. 

the next day we took a bus and a ferry to silba, a tiny island somewhere in the sea. :) so after another day of traveling we finally jumped into the water.





the next days where filled with exploring the island, swimming, food and collecting pretty stuff. the island is beautiful, lot&#8217;s of plants and pretty flowers. 
look at the cuteness of this one! :)



there weren&#8217;t a lot of people on the island. 



the vacation didn&#8217;t go as planned actually, but the island was really pretty and exploring was a lot of fun too! thank you for coming mr. :)

while the weather is pouring down on us the last days and i am stuck at my desk researching books and articles for my final theses at university (yes… final year woop woop!) my mind wanders back to our vacation every other moment.

we took the train to croatia, which took forever because of train troubles, and slept a night in rijeka.

that might be where we're going

cactus

the next day we took a bus and a ferry to silba, a tiny island somewhere in the sea. :) so after another day of traveling we finally jumped into the water.

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on our way

pinecone

silba red

the next days where filled with exploring the island, swimming, food and collecting pretty stuff. the island is beautiful, lot’s of plants and pretty flowers.

silba boy

look at the cuteness of this one! :)

passion fruit

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there weren’t a lot of people on the island.

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silba kiss

the vacation didn’t go as planned actually, but the island was really pretty and exploring was a lot of fun too! thank you for coming mr. :)

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~ Monday, September 1 ~
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september starts with a lot of rain here, i hope there will also be lot&#8217;s of beautiful autumn days! i can&#8217;t wait for the leafes to turn red and orange and dark green!
finde the new wallpaper for this month over at we love handmade!

september starts with a lot of rain here, i hope there will also be lot’s of beautiful autumn days! i can’t wait for the leafes to turn red and orange and dark green!

finde the new wallpaper for this month over at we love handmade!

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