Happiness


I can say my life started in Mozambique, because I arrived there with only two years; I don´t remember that much, but I remember being insanely happy. Life was easy, clear and almost transparent. If I needed a word to define it, I would say unpolluted.

I also remember my street; an unpaved street with many trees. In fact, there were no houses on the other side, only a large space were the civilization had not yet arrived with its buildings; we had the luxury of our own small forest. In fact, a luxury I went through every weekday, because my school was very near, on the other side of the forest.

I always think about Mozambique as my golden age. An epoch filled to the limit with wonderful things, with delicious times.

I just had to be happy. This was really my only obligation, by then.

#happy

Decopatchen slightly different
Decopatchen is to paste pieces of paper on various surfaces. There are many nice papier-mache shapes, and wooden, glass and terracotta objects for sale to apply the Décopatch technique. We had a stack of nice designs Decopatch paper in our hands, but no wooden objects. papier-mâché forms more in the house. And what do you do then? Maybe we won't tell you anything new, but there are many more things you can love to decopatchen! Glass jam jars, vases, flower pots, bowls, bowls, jewellery boxes, pen trays, books, beer mats, mirror frames, tables, children's chairs, figurines, coat hooks, candle stands, ornamental ladles, candy jars, pepper and salt set, picture frames, everything a nice pattern can do can be used to paste! There are so many nice, cool, beautiful and atmospheric designs of Decopatch paper available, there are always nice motifs for you! View HERE all Décopatch paper Designs! Of course we also started working ourselves and embellished nice decoration letters, glass jars, small and large cans, an empty (and clean) milk carton, and yes... even a soap pump. Nice for the toilet! We didn't take steps of it, but probably the steps of Decopatchen are clear to everyone: 1. Tear small pieces of Decopatch paper 2. Glue the base with Decopatch glue and a soft brush 3. Stick the Decopatch paper overlapping on the surface and then paint them with glue immediately with the same brush. The glue also serves as a lacquer. View HERE the detailed guide for if you want to know more! There will probably be more things to be decopatched here, because we are far from sticking out! Below you can see some nice Decopatch projects (also here on Yoors) Decopatch papier-mache doggie - Read more Delft blue cow crafting with decopatch - Read more Decopatch kitten - Read more Creatively shape a decorative mask with decopatch and accessories - Read more Cozy cottages tinkering with lights - Read more Making Dino with Dino Eggs by Decopatching - Read more See more creative projects here on Yoors? Please sign up first: - Free and without obligation to register with Yoors #creatief #decopatch #decopatchen #decopatchpapier #decopatchlijm #urbancraftfactory #decoupage #servettentechniek #papiertjesplakken #decoraties #decoreren #pimpen #versieren #knutselen #freubelen #creatiefzijn #creatiefbezig #creatiefbezigzijn #knutselenmetkids #creatiefmetkids #lowbudget #recycle #zerowaste #trixxcreatief #glazenpotjes #blikjes #decopatchideetjes
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Can you help me?
Can YOU HELP ME? (en ONLY) - Good morning all! I'll give you a brief introduction.. My name is Femke and I study Spatial Development and Planning at the University of Applied Sciences. I'm currently working on my specialization phase for the third grade. We are working on writing advice for a redevelopment at the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht. For this I do research on hospitality in and around the area. To get a realistic picture, I made a survey and asked you if you would like to fill it out for me.. It takes ca. 3 minutes and you would really help me! Below are some atmospheric impressions of the current area. Here is the link for the survey: https://www.survio.com/survey/d/H0J4H3K8B6Y9K4I4B   Hospitality Jaarbeurs Utrecht -