Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Thank you!

For me the French House is a special house! Special because it was build by a friend and filled with beautiful gifts of many more friends!

I am very very grateful and honored that I finally can give all the beautiful gifts a place in the house. These are the items which make the house so detailled and special!

Thanks to all of you and I hope I make you smile, if you see something you made for me on my pics:)))

I also did some more work on the house.
The sewing room has a new floor and for the living room I have made a simple and plain writing desk.

The floor in the sewing room needs to be waxed and aged...
In the living room are so many things I have to do, but I realy could not stop my self from playing and decorating the writing desk:)










31 comments:

  1. Dear Sab, I am one of the friends who smile and you cannot imagine how glad I am to see my thingies in your beautiful house.
    Lovely work my friend and you are a lovely lady
    Minihugs, Ro

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    1. The gifts you gave me are real treasures to me, and I cherish them every day:)
      You my friend are a lovely lady too!!!

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  2. Je hebt een geweldige smaak, het ziet er allemaal even smaakvol uit.......kan alleen écht niets van mij vinden, Sab ;)! Geintje, hoor, kon het niet laten :D!
    Groetjes, Ilona

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    1. Nou Ilona,als je je geroepen voelt...er kan nog genoeg bij:)
      Bedankt voor je compliment, de inrichting van het Franse huis is vrij zoet en ik zou dat niet zo snel in mijn grote mensen huis op die manier doen, maar in dit kleine huisje kan ik me heerlijk uitleven:)

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  3. Het ziet er mooi uit op en rondom je bureau.

    Groeten Xandra

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    1. Dank je, er komt vast nog meer bij, maar voor nu kon ik het niet laten om het op de foto te zetten;D

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  4. Gaaf hoor, echt sfeervol.
    En nee ik kan niets van mij terug vinden!
    Ga zo door meid, zal ik wel eens kijken of ik iets voor je in elkaar kan frutselen!

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    1. Haha, ik vindt het heel lief dat je dat voor mij zou willen doen, en dan zal ik het vol trots hier op mijn blog showen:)))

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  5. It's a house after my own heart and when I see a house like that, I never get tired of looking at all the little details that make it what it is.

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  6. This is such a darling room, I love looking at the photos, they are amazing! :)

    Mini hugs,
    Jackie

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    1. Hi Jacky, I made the photos with my Iphone camera, it is not a canon but it does it's job:)

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  7. Very sweet scenes Sab. Great idea for the desk.I remember seein that in full size once where they cut a table in half to make an entry table.
    You seem to be having fun!
    Regards Janine

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    1. That is exactly what I did! I cut the table which I first use as sewing table in half:)
      It was to big and now I have 2 entry tables:) Actually I'm thinking to do this with my real size work table too....and yes I have so much fun:)

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  8. You made me smile :-)
    Wat een gezellige, sfeervolle foto's weer Sab!

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  9. It's a very nice room. I like everything.
    Bye Faby

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  10. Its all looking wonderful Sab. xxx

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    1. Hi Debby, thank you for your comment, and great to see you here:)

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  11. Gorgeous room! I love the table under the window.
    Geneviève

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  12. I think that the little table is adorable, Sab. I love the way that you have displayed the cards on a framed board held up with clothes pegs it is sooo attractive! I have always enjoyed displays of writing materials and especially letters in tied bundles.... the jar, the tower,the books, the cushion, the letters all so very chic. Love it all!

    elizabeth

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    1. Thank you Elizabeth, the frame was a gift from Sylvia, and the picture from Mercedes....the clothes pegs I made myself:)

      http://sabsminiinteriors.blogspot.nl/2011/02/some-explaining-to-do.html

      This is the link, how to make them:)


      Have fun:)

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  13. It's absolutely beautiful Sab!
    Mercedes

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    1. Thank you my dearest friend:))))))

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  14. Absolutely delightful Sab, I especially love the little bundle of books tied with pink ribbon, I might steal that idea! Very clever to cut the table to make the desk, and the internal window above it looks great (I'm sure I can just see Rosanna's sewing box lid peeking through).

    Thanks for the info on making the pegs, I might try it but I must admit I'm so clumsy with sharp blades that I'm afraid I'd end up with no pegs and several cut fingers! ;)

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  15. Hi Norma, for your comment:) yes, you have to be carefull cutting the pegs, I cut myself too a several times:(
    I'm happy to hear that I have inspired you, that is the reason I show it on my blog....to share and inspire;)

    The sewingbox was a gift from my Dutch friend Ineke!

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  16. It all looks really good and I like all the details on the desk.

    I've made your pegs and they are such a great idea. I was really quite excited when I found your "how to"!

    Norma - have a go - they're easy!

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  17. Good to hear you managed to make the pegs:) After you made 40, you get handy in making them,lol:)

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  18. Hi Sab, You French house is really stunning… I saw the other pics of the bathroom in the previous post, and so much details, so much soul make your house unique. I love it! Congratulations. ♥ Léa

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  19. Thank you Léa for commenting on my post:) it is a great honour to me! I admire all of your beautiful houses and the work you put in them. You inspire me and I like to thank you for that.

    Though I'm not French, I hope to get a little bit of France in my mini home, with a twist of Sab:)

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