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Pumpernickel bites

Pumpernickel – a typical German dark bread made of whole grains and coarsed meal of rye. The grains have to be soaked overnight to become bakable. It’s usually baked without any ferment and therefor has to stay in a steam-filled oven 16 to 20 hours. A laborious procedure for your oven. I hence prefer these […]

Seaside table

Whether it’s for teatime, a barbecue or a nice dinner with a friend. This decoration will make you feel being near the sea. Take a waterblue table cloth or like me a simple placemat as a base for placing shells in the center of your table. There should of course be some light too. First […]

Costal decoration

The inchies felt lonesome on my terrace and I still had a large collection of shells collected last year. Furthermore we had collected some birch branches in autumn and braided little wreaths with them. I simply twisted some sisal around and fixed shells and other finds of the sea on it with hot glue. Some […]

Beachfeeling at home

This summer I’m holidaying at home but don’t want to miss my beachfeeling at all. Browsing in the web I found a lovely idea on which I tried myself immediately. You don’t need too many different materials: a stretcher frame (or some white card stock framed with corrugated board), white card stock, light brown […]


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