Category Archives for Food
Last weekend we went on for a lunch at Beer Works (so delicious) followed by a little walk in Mill Valley’s forest with my sister. We had an amazing time. I love this place so much, the light is magical. … Continue reading
Here are a few things I enjoyed last year and I am looking forward to do again this year: 1/ Drink hot chocolates with marshmallow while watching movies under the blanket! 2/ Rent a cabin in the forest! 3/ Cut our own tree for … Continue reading
Sorry for the silence these last couple of weeks. I’ve been busy working on custom bunnies orders after my baby nursery post! Thank you to all the customers and for all the compliments you wrote about it. I am finally … Continue reading
My friend Sarah is the sweetest. We saw each other a couple days ago for little photoshoot and she brought me a big bag full of plums from her garden! So so good and exactly what I am craving for … Continue reading
1/ Knitting a blanket for my baby girl! 2/ Ice cream bar on a warm evening in San Francisco. 3/ My cat sleeping like a baby. 4/ Learning how to knit a beanie! 5/ Couldn’t resist buying this ice-cream cone … Continue reading
Here is the last card of the serie I illustrated for Evite Postmark! BBQ season has started, send a fun invitation to your friends!
I’ve only started using Instagram about 6 months ago and I don’t know why I waited so long! I think this is such a good place to find inspiration, discover artists and cool places to visit! I also love how … Continue reading
I just added a few recent projects I’ve been working on, come have a look on my website!
Here is the third card I illustrated for Evite Postmark! This one is for a Birthday Party invitation! Nothing more to say than being pregnant while design this made me so hungry and thirsty! I hope you do too when … Continue reading
1/ Loving my new african purse from Curator in San Francisco. 2/ I am craving ice cream everyday during my pregnancy! My husband bought the ice cream maker attachment for the Kitchen Aid and I had those molds from last … Continue reading