Ho, ho, ho, my Christmas cards are here! Yes, I know it’s still a bit early but especially for buyers outside of Europe, November really is the best month to place your orders, because shipping times can be unpredictably long in December. I have many cards, prints and calendars available in my shop. So if you’re looking for unique, handmade gifts and you want them in time for the Holidays, now is the time to order. Happy shopping!
November evening vibes as it’s starting to get quite cold here in the Netherlands.
This is from the November page of my birthday calendar. Birthday calendars are very common in the Netherlands. You will usually find them in the bathroom/toilet room. Marked with the birthdays of friends and family members. You can use them year after year.
Want one yourself? You get find it in my Etsy shop here.
Hello November! A new month means a new calendar page. This is November from my 2019 calendar. This month’s page was inspired by cosy Scandinavian autumn style and The little book of hygge.
My 2020 calendar is available on Etsy.
It’s perfect weather to stay inside at the moment. Nothing but rain so I’m using the time to do a little bit of redecorating. Bye bye old wallpaper, hello new sofa…(to name just a few things.)
I have this cozy bohemian interior design available as cards and wall prints on Etsy.
Yes, it’s here! My 2020 wall calendar is now available for pre-order on Etsy. Stock is limited so don’t wait too long if you want to get your hands on a copy 😉
I ship worldwide from the Netherlands. If you’re thinking of buying this as a Christmas present, please make sure you order on time because international shipping to countries outside of Europe can take 3-5 weeks during the holiday season.
I will start shipping on October 14th.
Hello October! October page from my 2019 wall calendar. 2020 calendar coming very soon!
Happy first day of autumn! (On the northern hemisphere). I love autumn! It’s the cosiest season (in my opinion). I look forward to long walks followed by hot drinks (mulled wine season!), dinner parties, game nights and reading under a warm blanket (to name a few).
What are your plans for fall?