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November 18, 2009


What a great idea! And such a lovely collection of images.

Where is that vest from? Also, how did you ever get the chance to live in that beautiful Swedish cottage? I recently studied in Sweden and lived in a korridor room with an upstairs neighbor who liked to play his guitar at 4 AM. I had a lovely time, but a country cottage would've been much nicer.


nice...I love doing this w. my desktop, although it usually has lists, right now it's sign language words so baby & I can 'talk' every day.

Oh those beautiful florals! I miss working in the flower shop - maybe I should start collecting floral prints to make up for it!

I love the (French?) courtyard at the lower right and the belted vest and skirt from Toast. I usually wear dresses, but am thinking I should invest in a new skirt or two now.

Love so much!

Haha, the result is very pretty! Lovely collage of inspiration :)

lovely. you have such a great aesthetic.

The florals are so unexpected and sweet for this time of year.


where is the fabric from?? especially the yellow floral. love it

Kim- The vest photo is from Toast. Tiffany- the top floral is from Liberty, the yellow one is just a photo from the Toast catalog and the large floral on the left is a Cath Kidston wallpaper that was featured on Design Sponge.

Thanks for the lovely comments,

xoxo Chelsea

My head would explode with excitement looking at all that yumminess... looking forward to seeing what comes of the inspiration...


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