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Lavender sachets
This summer I made these gorgeous lavender sachets, using selected 30's reproduction fabrics that fitted to the customer's taste for her daughter's christening.

They were filled with lavender and some polyester stuffing, and the colors were from yellow to purple and red to blue. A really tiny button made this "pillow" effect, and a white ribbon was sewn on one corner to be able to hang the sachet.

It can be used to decorate your baby's bedroom (lavender has a very calm effect), your wardrobe, or inside your car.

A listing for 20 lavender sachets can be found in my Etsy shop, here.

I have also made some for my christmas tree, using only red and green hues, and they look just adorable. If you would like a feel of vintage/cottage chic for christmas decor, these are the perfect ornament!

A listing for one lavender sachet in green or red hues can be found here.

I am more than happy to work with you and prepare a custom order...Visit my shop for more!!!

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Robby on vacations
Robby on vacations
i-pholia i-pholia Returning to Thessaloniki was a bit difficult at first because we did not have our own house, so we were guests at my parents' home. But lucky us, I had an uncle in the island of Thassos (northern Greece), so we decided to continue our vacations! We had an amazing time, met wonderful people and rested a lot!! I even finished a huge embroidery project that I started in August (I will post about it later). I also managed to read three books!

Robby was really upset for living his home, and at first he had a few seizures (I don't know if I mentioned but he is epileptic), but on the island he had an amazing time, everyday swimming, making friends...

We also visited the amazing farm of a very dear friend, and bought many goodies (fresh white cheese, eggs, groceries, etc). You can find more about the farm here.

Last days of September we returned to Thessaloniki to search for a place to stay, and finally after a small adventure, first of November we had our own home. Soon I will post photos of our new place (it is really gorgeous). I have my own sewing room (yeah!), that I am still trying to set up, and dedicate completely in sewing quilts and accessories.

My shop is up and running again, and soon it will be enriched with many many goodies!!!
See you soon!

Yellow summer
Hello again, after a really long and extended absence. I' ve been away for more than 2 months, and I really feel the need to tell you how this time passed.
Well first of all, in May I quit my day job, because we decided to move to my hometown Thessaloniki. We've been living in a village in Peloponnesus for 6 years, and it was about time to take the decision to return home.
During the summer we had our vacations for the first in Astros (the village), and we had an amazing time. Some of the photos tell all the story:
Chinese cooking
A wonderful friend from China cooked this amazing meal that fed almost 20 people
We ate some amazing diners (and meals) from the best chefs of Vervena!
Our favorite friends, without us
Our favorite house, will have to do without us...but we miss you a lot!
My favorite stray dog
Goodbye!! My favorite stray dog, for us she is always in our hearts, and be sure that Robby misses you too!
Goodbye Astros
Goodbye Astros!!!
And so, the journey begins:

Packed all of our life in 2,5 days, and first days of September we left for Thessaloniki.
Our old house
And here we go! (bye bye old house)