I love this print also. I have all seven of Ruth Elsasser's prints related to this story. I wish they would publish it in english, or I wish I could read german.http://www.amazon.de/Goldt%C3%B6chterchen-Richard-von-Volkmann-Leander/dp/3880692211
walk in the woods - yes, i have this same book! as well as other books she has illustrated. in fact, she is my favorite and i have many of her prints around my house. :)
Beautiful! I've been loving (and learning from) you blog for a while now and feel like it is past due for me to say hello and introduce myself. My name is Kara and I want to thank you for such a lovely place to come to on the 'net for inspiration and smiles. best wishes!
Gorgeous! And I love the frame. Where did you get it?
kara - thanks for visiting and leaving such a nice comment!stacy - i bought this particular frame years ago, i don't even remember where now. but i also have some newer frames that are very similar that i bought at novanatural.com. :)
lovely! Your home seems so peaceful and bright. I fins that I have to constantly change and rearrange and reorganize my home in order to keep things from getting stagnant.
mama randa - thank you for your comment! yes, we are always changing and rearranging things here, as well. particularly during the change of seasons, to reflect the world around us. often seeing these things with 'new' eyes. :)
Your home always seems so warm and inviting and a pleasant feast for the eyes...thanks for sharing!
All your corners are so beautiful and colour filled! I nominated you for a Brillante Blog award over at my place ;) Love your blog (obviously!).
beautiful shelley, thank you for sharing this artist with us :)
I am new to your blog, but so love the beautiful waldorfian softness, which you capture SO well. I gasped when I saw this post.....did you make the origami stars, which I presume are tea light candle holders? I have been searching for years for the instructions to make these!! I would so love you to share the technique if you know it :)Blessings,~Stephanie :)
Beautiful. I have always liked the softness of Waldorf inspired things. I love the candlelights - how do you make them?
Lovely. The print makes me harken back to my own days in Waldorf classrooms. I think I can smell the bread baking!Where are the small lanterns from? Are they made by you? I'd LOVE to know how to make them! Any ideas or sources?
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