December, handskrivna lappar & levande ljus.

Photo: Jessica Silversaga

I fredags gick min hemsida och blogg ner och kom upp idag. Ursäkta frånvaron! Tänkte skriva lite om veckan som var. Jag hade många deadlines som skulle bli klara innan jul. Simon skrev en fin lapp till mig på köksbordet, och någon dag när jag ville slappna av lite började jag laga en 40-tals klänning som just nu är i hundra delar.

Photo: Jessica Silversaga

Sedan var jag till Konstakademin och pysslade med lite hemligheter som ni snart får veta mer om. Jag och Simon var ute och promenerade, det var innan snön föll och gjorde hela stan så magisk.

Photo: Jessica Silversaga

Jag premiäranvände min virkade kofta i 30-tals modell. Tyvärr alldeles för kall, så den får vänta tills det blir varmare ute. Och så fotade jag årets sista inredningsjobb som blev mäktigt med dovt ljus och massa levande ljus ♡

Translation:
Latest Instagram weeks! Some sewing, little blogging and lots of work.

6 thoughts on “December, handskrivna lappar & levande ljus.

  1. Hi Jessica! I’ve been reading your blog for years now and love it (congratulations on your engagement too!).

    I’ve seen your vintage Stockholm guide, but was wondering whether there’s anything else you recommend doing? I’m coming over in February and am keen to do a bit of shopping but would love to know if you have any tips on places to eat or go dancing since I know you like to dance?

    Any advice on pretty much anything worth seeing and doing (vintage related or otherwise) in Stockholm would be simply wonderful!
    Tack så mycket!

    1. Hi Freddie, I am more than happy to give you some Stockholm tips! I need to know what kind of shopping you like, food and music preferences. I prefer vintage shopping, eating vegetarian and listening (and dancing) to jazz and swing, so this is the things I know best! Is it your first time in Stockholm? xx

      1. Hi Jessica, thanks so much for your reply.
        It will be my 2nd time in Stockholm as I visited years ago with family, but this time I’ll be with my boyfriend for the Valentines weekend. I’d love to do some vintage shopping whilst I’m over (and I’m a knitting fiend so I’ll be on the lookout for craft shops too).
        It would be great to find out about some nice places to see – I’ve got Skansen on my list and Gamla Stan, but we’re both big fans of taking leisurely and scenic strolls.
        My boyfriend likes a bit of big band/swing music and I’m sure he’d like to go out one night to dance or listen to music if we can find anywhere! I’m not really sure whether it’s likely to be very busy on Valentines day like it is in London?

        1. I’ve also just found out about the Swedish Swing Society, but not sure whether they’ll have any dance events on when I’m in town :)

          1. I am planning to answer you as soon as I have some time, hang in there! :-) SSS arrange dance nights, but the social dance at Chicago swing dance studio are more beautiful (if you also enjoy the scenery!) because they are held in an old movie theater, probably from the 30s/1940s: http://www.chicago75.se/.

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