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Stars when you shine
You know how I feel
Scent of the pine
You know how I feel
Oh freedom is mine
And I know how I feel
It’s a new dawn
It’s a new day
It’s a new life

…for me!

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Don’t you feel like clubbing just seeing this necklace? Or attending a glam cocktail party?

Maybe it’s just me, I feel like dancing tonight.

Anybody in?

1-DSC_8027-1So bright, so fuzzy, so inviting, so blue!

Save the last dance for me!

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Have you done the Christmas tree? Is it glam, rustic, vintage, colored or monochrome?

Does your home smell like cookies and cinnamon? Have you played carols and Christmas songs? I have a crush on Michael Buble this time of the year 🙂 Well, I like his voice all the time, but the holidays just feel warmer with his carols.

Here’s what I would wear on this sunny, yet cold morning to lift my spirit and start a great day: this delicate necklace in light pastel colors of pale misty yellow and minty green. Isn’t it pretty?

I feel better already.

Kisses!

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Hey guys,

Saint Nicholas has arrived! Seems someone has been good this year 🙂

As I said yesterday, the holidays magic is in the air and having a little angel to marvel you with the pure joy of discovering gifts (even though she doesn’t know there are gifts yet:) ), tearing the wrapping, playing with all of the gifts (even with dad’s bottle of wine – that was the first thing she picked) and just sensing the emotion is so intense and fulfilling.

I always imagined Saint Nicholas dressed in blue. Don’t ask me why, it’s just the way I imagine him 🙂 Everybody has seen Santa, but I have never seen Saint Nicholas. And also this night is for me more intimate, more quiet, like a magic whisper, like a secret we all know but is still amazing with every year.

May you have the most peaceful evening, feel the love in the air and hear the angels laughing.

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Sooo… the holidays are coming. Yeeey!

December just started with a touch of snow and I feel like counting down the days till Christmas. Feels like I have the soul of a kid again (probably got that from my daughter). I’m only thinking of Christmas tree decorations, ginger bread and candy. I feel a twinge in my heart every time I breathe the ice cold air that seems to bring distant news of a great Christmas about to come.

I’m not sure my little girl will understand what’s with all the fuss, but I bet she will be interested in the Christmas tree 🙂 Ever since last year I started to design tree decorations to celebrate her first Christmas, but I abandoned all the projects because I didn’t feel they were nice enough to celebrate such a sweet occasion.  I’m planning to make one for each year. So this year I have to make 2: one for last year, one for now 🙂

I have some ideas and hope this time I will get something really nice.

Until then, here’s some Christmas feeling: Red, red wine necklace perfectly fit for Mary Claus:)

This makes me feel closer to the holidays, closer to the time when we’ll all spend quality time together, maybe drink a cup of hot perfumed wine, eat some of my mom’s cookies, and nervously wait to hear Santa’s footsteps on the roof.

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Hope you have a warm and peaceful evening and Saint Nicholas will get you happiness, health and harmony along with the gifts in the boots .

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Latecomer of the colors, made out of Lapis Lazouli (mined in Afghanistan), extremely expensive to produce, used by royalty and rich nobility only by special license, blue was associated with wealth and power, serenity and virtue.

In Egypt, blue was associated with the sky and with divinity. Blue could also protect against evil and misfortune.It was used for the eyebrows on the funeral mask of King Tutankhamun and is still used to make the Eye of God amulet.

Blue glass was manufactured in Mesopotamia and Egypt as early as 2500 BC, and in the Middle Ages blue stained glass were installed in the windows of the cathedrals of Saint-Denis and Chartres. It was also widely used to decorate Byzantine churches,  mosques and palaces in the Islamic World.

King Louis IX of France became the first King of France to regularly dress in blue. The coat of arms of the Kings of France became an azure or light blue shield, sprinkled with golden fleur-de-lis.

No wonder that blue was and still is one of the most fascinating colors.

I’m just amazed of the intensity and richness of this blue, that looks like it hides well kept secrets and mysteries.

ImageSo, whenever you want to feel like royalty, wear deep rich blue…Imageinfinity blue! 🙂Image

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