Posts Tagged ‘Vienna’

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Ask the Doctor: Scarlet Fever!

I’d like to call myself a ‘Scarlet Fever expert’ now after both my children have had it in the last 3 months! It is becoming a more and more common illness striking Europe (again!) Scarlet fever… yes the same illness which killed so many in the Victorian Era throughout USA and Europe… In worst cases […] Read more…

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Rock Paper Scissors: DIY Fairies in a Jar

Fairy lantern jars! The perfect nightlight for any little boy or girl! Or imagine placing these outside your garden at night? To get started, you will need the following supplies: Clear glass jar (preferably without writing on it) White tissue paper Fairy silhouette cutouts (I purchased mine on Etsy but you could also cut out […] Read more…

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Fun Find: Boonge Hair Clips

Who doesn’t love a good collection of hair clips? Thank you Edwina (Seashells on the Palm) for putting me in touch with your friend Boonge from Korea! If you didn’t know… I have loved hair clips (especially cute ones originating from Asia) since I was a little kid. We used to live next door to […] Read more…

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My #BonpointFavourites

ooh la la! Thank you for sharing my #BonpointFavourites #Boutique1 What do you think of these pieces? So chic, clean and sophisticated. How I would love to dress them up in these outfits this summer on our annual trip to Vienna. I can just picture them walking into old 1876 Hotel Sacher hand in hand. Cute […] Read more…

Venue Review: Schönbrunn Palace & Cafe Gloriette

One of the most touristic attractions in Vienna! This palace is beyond beautiful! Each time I visit I dream I could go back in time and live as one of the daughter’s from the Habsburg monarch. Back when the monarch existed, Schönbrunn Palace was a summer residence, beautifully decorated in Rococo style. The palace and gardens are a must see! My husband and […] Read more…

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! =)

My husband just returned this morning from Vienna, Austria (his home town). And with that comes lot’s of goodies for LO and I! Don’t you just love these handmade ornaments? They were made by my husbands “Liselotte” (his Oma’s sister). In the old days, they used to hand-make all of the decorations for the trees and as […] Read more…