~ 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’s of plants and pretty flowers. 
look at the cuteness of this one! :)



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



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. :)

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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Tags: photography adventure vacation silba croatia kroatien love summer sommer
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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’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!

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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~ Wednesday, August 27 ~
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so tomorrow will be the we love handmade picknick. i really hope the weather holds and we can have some sunshine with our food. we made some flower crowns for the occasion. you can see the tutorial for two different ones over at we love handmade.
because i came by my secret sort of tiny forest today and saw these beautiful rose hips i had to have some. so i made a flower crown out of real ones too.
so what i used:branches of rose hip and the yellow flower i forgot the name :)

with two branches i formed a circle and fixed it together with flower wire.

after that just bind the other branches around the circle.

after i had enough rose hips i tried to braid the yellow flowers in.

tadaaa finished.

i hope it will still be pretty tomorrow…

so tomorrow will be the we love handmade picknick. i really hope the weather holds and we can have some sunshine with our food.

we made some flower crowns for the occasion. you can see the tutorial for two different ones over at we love handmade.

because i came by my secret sort of tiny forest today and saw these beautiful rose hips i had to have some. so i made a flower crown out of real ones too.

so what i used:
branches of rose hip and the yellow flower i forgot the name :)

flowercrown-whatyouneed

with two branches i formed a circle and fixed it together with flower wire.

flowercrown-autumn-circle

after that just bind the other branches around the circle.

flowercrown-autumn-flowers

after i had enough rose hips i tried to braid the yellow flowers in.

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tadaaa finished.

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i hope it will still be pretty tomorrow…

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~ Monday, August 25 ~
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i am back from my vacation break with a lot of pictures and stories to tell. if you’ve followed along on instagram you might have seen that i was in styria for some days. while the boy left the country my sister and i decided to go on a sister-adventure-trip. and an adventure it was.

we stayed with our grandparents for the weekend and went out during the day. one adventure led us up onto the hochwechsel. our route was supposed to be 7 hours long but it only took us about 6 hours. the weather was perfect, sunny sometimes a bit cloudy and foggy on the top which was perfect for the pictures ;)



all along the way we could pic blueberries and i spotted lot’s of boletus and mountain cranberries which i couldn’t take with me because that would have been really heavy.



we also ran into a cow herd, dabs wasn’t so happy about that. neither where the cows. it was a seriously scary moment… they just didn’t stop so we ran. might have been a funny sight if it wasn’t for all the scary stories you hear about cows at the moment.

anyways, we reached the top and didn’t get lost on the way. you can see more pictures on flickr and instagram right here.


when i look at the pictures i can’t wait to go out again, this autumn weather in the mountains is my favorite!

i am back from my vacation break with a lot of pictures and stories to tell. if you’ve followed along on instagram you might have seen that i was in styria for some days. while the boy left the country my sister and i decided to go on a sister-adventure-trip. and an adventure it was.

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we stayed with our grandparents for the weekend and went out during the day. one adventure led us up onto the hochwechsel.

our route was supposed to be 7 hours long but it only took us about 6 hours. the weather was perfect, sunny sometimes a bit cloudy and foggy on the top which was perfect for the pictures ;)

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all along the way we could pic blueberries and i spotted lot’s of boletus and mountain cranberries which i couldn’t take with me because that would have been really heavy.

i cried when i left him there

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we also ran into a cow herd, dabs wasn’t so happy about that. neither where the cows. it was a seriously scary moment… they just didn’t stop so we ran. might have been a funny sight if it wasn’t for all the scary stories you hear about cows at the moment.

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anyways, we reached the top and didn’t get lost on the way. you can see more pictures on flickr and instagram right here.

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when i look at the pictures i can’t wait to go out again, this autumn weather in the mountains is my favorite!

Tags: adventure photographie styria hiking wechsel hochwechsel wandern österreich austria sisters family
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~ Thursday, August 14 ~
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i’m off on vacation for some days, if you want to tag along you might want to take a look at my instagram feed. 
if not stay tuned and wait for tons of pictures when i’m back.

i’m off on vacation for some days, if you want to tag along you might want to take a look at my instagram feed.

if not stay tuned and wait for tons of pictures when i’m back.

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~ Tuesday, August 12 ~
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so have you been guessing what i did with all those chanterelles? i’m telling you it wasn’t easy to decide. 
of course you’re never wrong with chanterelle sauce next to fluffy dumplings but i’m not a big dumpling fan, also I’m trying hard to make healthier choices here: enter quiche… haha. not healthy at all.

anyhow, here’s what i did. cleaned the chanterelles. better not listen to any recipes who tell you to wash them! do not, ever! they’l soak all the water inn and you won’t be happy with them. so just, brush off all the remaining forest stuff, like tiny beetles and spiders and things. for the dough:
1/3 cup wholeweat flour, maybe a bit more,
1 Tbsp butter,
Salt,
1 Tbsp cold Water,
Rosemary,
mix it really good and spread it in your pan. bake for some minutes, until it’s golden and you can smell rosemary all over the kitchen. 


for the filling:
cut your chanterelles (about 200g i probably used much more…),
chop off an onion and put them in a frying pan until they are golden, add the chanterelles and garlic, wait until the chanterelles are soft. 
in a bowl mix together 2 eggs, 1/3 milk or cream, salt and pepper plus a little cheese about 50g.


so when the crust is done fill in the chanterelles and add the cream/egg stuff. bake for half an hour. 

so have you been guessing what i did with all those chanterelles? i’m telling you it wasn’t easy to decide. 

of course you’re never wrong with chanterelle sauce next to fluffy dumplings but i’m not a big dumpling fan, also I’m trying hard to make healthier choices here: enter quiche… haha. not healthy at all.

chanterelles-clean

anyhow, here’s what i did. cleaned the chanterelles. better not listen to any recipes who tell you to wash them! do not, ever! they’l soak all the water inn and you won’t be happy with them. so just, brush off all the remaining forest stuff, like tiny beetles and spiders and things.

for the dough:

1/3 cup wholeweat flour, maybe a bit more,
1 Tbsp butter,
Salt,
1 Tbsp cold Water,
Rosemary,
mix it really good and spread it in your pan. bake for some minutes, until it’s golden and you can smell rosemary all over the kitchen. 



for the filling:

cut your chanterelles (about 200g i probably used much more…),
chop off an onion and put them in a frying pan until they are golden, add the chanterelles and garlic, wait until the chanterelles are soft. 
in a bowl mix together 2 eggs, 1/3 milk or cream, salt and pepper plus a little cheese about 50g.

chanterelles-dough

so when the crust is done fill in the chanterelles and add the cream/egg stuff. bake for half an hour. 

chanterelles-fine

Tags: food chanterelles cooking eierschwammer woods pfifferling quiche
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~ Friday, August 8 ~
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last weekend the boy took my out on a mushroom expedition ;) remember last autumn? we visited the same woods again and looked for chanterelles. you can really see the seasons change in the woods. i love that!
he found a baby boletus (me too but mine was even smaller). after finding only a lot of tiny chanterelles like you see in my hand down there, the boy remembered a special part of the wood nearby which we immediately looked out for.


i’m telling you, the woods, that’s my happy place. so much green, so manny tiny plants. and fern! oh sooo pretty!

while looking for the special place, we rested on these stumps for about… half a minute until the huge super ants attacked us. not so friendly after all.


can you see this fern? isn’t it the most beautiful you’ve ever seen? i wanted to bring one with me! but i couldn’t. why? well there where to manny chanterelles to carry. ;) the boy found the place in the woods he remembered and what waited for us there where – and i’m not lying – HUGE chanterelles, and so manny!


these where tiny ones ;) i was amazed. and happy. and hungry.

thank you for the trip mr. <3 
see more pictures here

last weekend the boy took my out on a mushroom expedition ;) remember last autumn? we visited the same woods again and looked for chanterelles.
you can really see the seasons change in the woods. i love that!
pilz

he found a baby boletus (me too but mine was even smaller). after finding only a lot of tiny chanterelles like you see in my hand down there, the boy remembered a special part of the wood nearby which we immediately looked out for.

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i’m telling you, the woods, that’s my happy place. so much green, so manny tiny plants. and fern! oh sooo pretty!

tiny forest

while looking for the special place, we rested on these stumps for about… half a minute until the huge super ants attacked us. not so friendly after all.

short break with ants

fern

can you see this fern? isn’t it the most beautiful you’ve ever seen? i wanted to bring one with me! but i couldn’t. why? well there where to manny chanterelles to carry. ;) the boy found the place in the woods he remembered and what waited for us there where – and i’m not lying – HUGE chanterelles, and so manny!

and this fern too

schwammerl-putzen

these where tiny ones ;) i was amazed. and happy. and hungry.

on my way

thank you for the trip mr. <3 

see more pictures here

Tags: photography chanterelles woods styria adventure
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~ Tuesday, August 5 ~
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in my nursery at my parents home i used to have a map of the world. it was huge and old and beautiful. i loved it.
for my own flat i’ve always wanted my own map, but they either where super expensive or not the way i wanted them to look, so guess what i did ;) … i made one. surprise surprise!

pan is fond of it too! if you’d like to make one for yourself here’s what you need: a pice of fabric, i used black linen 1m x 0,7ma wooden stick which is a bit longer than your fabric,white yarn,a projector with a world map image,and some white fabric chalk.
this is what you do:you pin your fabric to a plain wall and project the world map onto it. now carefully retrace the map with the chalk. this might be a bit tricky because of your own shadow ;) but i know you can do it. after that you either use your sewing machine or a needle to sew with the white yearn along the drawn lines. yea that takes some time. now all there is left to do is to sew a tunnel for the wooden stick. tadaaa! all done. of course you could also add some strings on the sides.

do you like it? i think it looks like a chalkboard :) and it fitts perfectly next to my red ampersand i did years ago. what do you think?

in my nursery at my parents home i used to have a map of the world. it was huge and old and beautiful. i loved it.

for my own flat i’ve always wanted my own map, but they either where super expensive or not the way i wanted them to look, so guess what i did ;) … i made one. surprise surprise!

weltkarte_pan

pan is fond of it too! if you’d like to make one for yourself
here’s what you need: a pice of fabric, i used black linen 1m x 0,7m
a wooden stick which is a bit longer than your fabric,
white yarn,
a projector with a world map image,
and some white fabric chalk.

this is what you do:
you pin your fabric to a plain wall and project the world map onto it. now carefully retrace the map with the chalk. this might be a bit tricky because of your own shadow ;) but i know you can do it.
after that you either use your sewing machine or a needle to sew with the white yearn along the drawn lines. yea that takes some time.
now all there is left to do is to sew a tunnel for the wooden stick.
tadaaa! all done. of course you could also add some strings on the sides.

weltkarte_titel

do you like it? i think it looks like a chalkboard :) and it fitts perfectly next to my red ampersand i did years ago. what do you think?

Tags: diy world map map sewing handmade interior home improvement
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~ Saturday, August 2 ~
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even though it&#8217;s supposed to be super warm and all sunny, summer seems to think it&#8217;s cool to rain down on us every second day. well at least that&#8217;s the perfect weather for a long skirt. sewing this wasn&#8217;t so hard actually, ok it might not look like one out of the store but it sure feels that way. 


i&#8217;m still working on the crop top belly… with more time on my hands in summer i feel like cooking and baking more often. 
the straw hat from stuttgart fit&#8217;s perfectly to the yellow, i think!

even though it’s supposed to be super warm and all sunny, summer seems to think it’s cool to rain down on us every second day. well at least that’s the perfect weather for a long skirt.
sewing this wasn’t so hard actually, ok it might not look like one out of the store but it sure feels that way.

gelber rock_ganz

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i’m still working on the crop top belly… with more time on my hands in summer i feel like cooking and baking more often. 

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the straw hat from stuttgart fit’s perfectly to the yellow, i think!

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