Ei!Kumpel GIVEAWAY (closed)

*Update: Commenting has now closed, thanks for participating. The winner is Naty, as generated by random.org.


One of the best things that this blog has brought me is the incredible friendship of people all around the world. One of those people is sweet Margarida, a portuguese who lives in the English countryside and owns a super cute shop: Ei! Kumpel. Margarida kindly offered one of her beautiful creations to the readers of  não me mande flores, isn’t that great?

You can win the item of your choice from Ei! Kumpel (except the Comma dolls)! Here’s how to enter:


Comment to win
Visit Ei! Kumpel and leave a comment here with the item you want to get,
in case you’re the winner + your e-mail.
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Extra entries
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Come back & comment here with the link + your e-mail.

 

This giveaway runs from today to october 27th. The winner will be chosen (via random.org) and announced on  october 28th. Open internationaly.

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Marie Antoinette_love

1. Played by Kirsten Dunst, in Sofia Coppola‘s movie (which I love).

2. Marie-Antoinette à la rose“, painted in 1783 by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun and exhibited at the Petit Trianon at Versailles.

3. Kitty version in Susan Herbert‘s painting, for sale at Chris Beetles gallery.

4. In Women of Royalty collection of Barbie, via Barbie Collector.

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Antoine, je t’aime

My love for Antoine Doinel* knows no bounds!

I’m considering watching all the movies again, in sequence. ♥

*Antoine Doinel is a fictional character, François Truffaut‘s alter-ego, played by actor Jean-Pierre Léaud.
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Photo crush: Jennifer Causey

Jennifer Causey is one of those complete photographers who shoot everything, from landscapes to beautiful food (my favorite subject)! She has a photography blog, simply photo and the brilliant simply breakfast, in which she posts pictures of her breakfasts. Love!

Decor8, a site that I adore, published a super cool post about her last week.

Also check her portfolio, her wedding website and her etsy shop.

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This tiny world

I’m loving the work of illustrator Hannah Waldron, inspired by the little worlds we build inside our homes. This tiny world was also turned into a book and an exhibition.

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