sorry cant help - but lovely photo!
cool! its says something like: "reading blogs can be a pure trip of inspiration - just look at these pot holders (?) from the second hand store that could be an amazing wall-decoration, here at dutch Mieke Willems" :)
thanks mette! well, than they are wrong! they are all handmade by us! :)
:) oh you should tell them!! i think i was a bit quick in the translation it says something like "look how potholders from the second hand store can become an amazing wall decoration"
Lovely blog you have here! and those pot holders are gorgeous. :) Thanks for visiting my blog - hope you come back soon! I'll be visiting here lots from now on :) Kylie
And you're not Dutch, right? *Doh*
kool paper! congrats bigtime both of U! hey - and your "big"/"real" (?) homepage is delicious!
hey christoffer, we're not dutch no. aaah! it's not such a good little text :) yes, we should write them, but they cannot change it anyway!and emma, what do you mean with homepage? our website? it didn't change...
sweet! nice words you got there! cool!
Hey there - just want to say I visited your inspiring blog BECAUSE of this "article" in boligliv - even though they didn't get the information right! :O)Nice blog!
HiI'm from Denmark and I am ALSO visiting this blog because of the article in Boligliv regardless of the incorrect information:-) Besides, the text does not imply that these pot holders ARE from a second hand shop. They merely suggest that the reader could get inspired to buy pot holders at a second hand shop and produce a wall decoration like this:-)So I don't think there's any need to write them and complain (I don't have anything to do with the magazine btw). If bad publicity is better than no publicity, the same goes for incorrect publicty. Don't you think?Bye
I also saw the mentioning of your blog in BOLIGLIV. I enjoy it very much.
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