Sunday, July 31, 2011

Guestpost: A fabric flower made easy

Today, Elisa from "Elia's Bastelecke" will show you something crafty here. She is a girl of all trades and if you are interested in all sorts of creative things and also like gardening, you should check out her blog!
I'm so glad she wrote this great tutorial, it's been a long time since there was craft content on my blog, and this is just the thing! Enjoy!

When Yaga asked for guest postings I immedately felt the urge to help her. Soon I found something to write about without the fear I would take away a topic I wanted to do in my own blog.
So I came up to show how to make a simple fabric flower.

You will need:

- artificial silk or other artificial fibre fabric

- scissors
- a charcoliner or fabric marker pen
- a matching thread and very fine and short needle
- a safety pin or something comparable
- some beads, I used seed beads
- a small candle

Step 1:

Draw and cut some circles from the fabric, make at least 4-6 and make at least 3 different diameters. Here, wine glasses can be very helpful.
The more the diameters vary, the fuller the flower will look like.

Step 2:
Cut 5 times into each fabric circle so to have 5 equal parts, don't cut too far into the circles, though.
Fold the edges of the cuts a little bit.

Step 3:
Light the candle and put it on a table in front of you. Hold the corners of the circles (where you previously cut) above the flame for some seconds, so that they will curl in. ATTENTION: Be cautious not to hold them too close to the flame and not too long because before you know it they can start burning! 
Repeat for all corners and all circles.

Your result for one circle should look like this:

Step 4:
Arrange the flower-shaped former circles on top of each other, the smallest on top and the biggest at the bottom, so that the flower leaves are above the gaps of the circle below. Adjust till you are fully satisfied with the look and sew them together with some stitches.

Your result should look like this:

Step 5:
Sew a safety pin, or whatever you want to use, to the back of the flower, until it is firm. This wil also help your flower to hold its shape.

I used a tiny golden safety pin and it looks like this:

Step 6:
With the thread fixed to the back, push the needle through the and out at the top of the flower and in the middle of it. Thread some beads (I used 3 to 5 at once) and embroider them in the middle of the flower. After you have finished sewing on the beads, secure the thread at the back of the blower, clip the thread and you are done!

If you like, you can squeeze the flower a little bit so it will look more natural.

My result looks like this:

You can use this flower to attach it to your clothes, or a headband, a hat or wherever you like. You can experiment with different fabric colours, different bead colours and sizes and different total sizes as well. Have fun and enjoy your flowers!

I hope you liked my little tutorial.
Elisa from Germany 

Thank you so much for sharing this with us Elisa! I hope we can all help to fill the world with fabric flowers now, wouldn't that be great? ;o)

Friday, July 29, 2011

Guestpost: 8 Reasons to play bass guitar

I am so proud and happy to introduce this guestposter to you: Simone is my beloved little sister. She's nine years younger than me and I grew up being something like her second mama. 
Well, she's all big now and she wrote a great article for you about why playing base guitar is really cool! :o)
Hey everyone. I'm Simone, Yaga's baby-sister. She asked me to write a post for the Shiny Bubble and here I am now.
Since playing bass guitar is one of my greatest passions, I decided on writing a post about reasons why playing bass guitar is so cool. 
Well then, let's start:
  1. Hormones. I know, it's unlikely to be true, but I always say that the vibrations somehow stimulate my body to release happy hormones. It doesn't matter how bad my day was, playing bass guitar makes it wonderful.
  2. It is something besides school and all the other challenges in life which helps me to keep the balance. I don't have to practice, therefore I play bass guitar because I want to, not because I have to..
  3. Every time I don't know what to do I just sit down and play what comes to my mind. I have to admit, I'm not very good at just playing and inventing my own bass lines. But just to hear the sound has something relaxing.
  4. It is one of the aspects you can hold on to in life. Something, that is always there, every Thursday one lesson. It's there and it wont change at least you don't want it to. 
  5. While playing bass guitar, the world is alright. For me, this is absolutely true. I can forget everything that doesn't work well at the moment. Playing means playing and nothing else.
  6. It's easy to play. Everyone who can play guitar should be able to play bass guitar. Of course, for things like slapping, you need a lot of practice. I've been playing for two and a half years now. The most difficult song I gave a try is probably “Sunshine Highway” from Dropkick Murphys and I think I did a pretty good job for not being disciplined enough to practice everyday. It took me a long time to get the right speed, but now I'm very proud of myself.
  7. Friends. You can make a lot of friends, or let's say acquaintances. In average, at least one person talks to me when I'm walking around in the city with my bass. Even if I'm just sitting in the train, at least someone is interested in my “guitar” (no, it's not a guitar, it's a BASS guitar. I don't know how often I used this sentence already..)
  8. Bass guitar players are the most demanded musicians at the moment. Almost every band is looking for one. I don't know why, but there seems to be a lack of bass guitar players. So take your Chance! ;)
I think you have to be the bass guitar-type to play it. Like there are some guitar-guys, and so on. But I would really recommend it, at least just to give it a try. It's great, I promise!
I hope I was able to show you what playing bass guitar means to me. Of course, these reasons would fit for (almost) every instrument. But I think bass guitar is one of the coolest ever.
Thanks for reading and thanks to my beloved sister that I could share this with you. It really means a lot to me to write for her blog. ((:
I mean, seriously. Sunshine Highway? I knew Simen is cool, but that cool? It cracks me up! :o)

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Self portrait Thursday - W30/11

Heyhey on this Thursday! :o) Here's my selfportrait. We just hitched Amsterdam-Brussels-Amsterdam and it was fantabulous! More of the story next week.

Did you see that my friend Leah posted an interview with me on her blog "Splitter von Glueck"? It's about sustainable lifestyle and it's in German and English. Leah has such a cool blog with a lot of her beautiful pictures, go check it out. :o)

Many happy greetings from Amsterdam!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Wednesday blog hop:

Welcome to
Creating Success around the World
The worldwide blog hop tour, that introduces you to creative people from all corners of the globe.
Every Wednesday our hosts on each continent will introduce you to someone new whose creativity is inspiring!
Here's how you can take this worldwide tour with us:
You can follow all the hosts to support them and keep up to date with the fabulous posts they will share every week.  Then if you are inspired to join, just link up your own blog to make some new international friends.

Remember to leave us a comment when you follow us so we can follow you back! And of course we'd love if you added our button to your site to help spread the word!

creating success around the world

Here are your hosts:
Make sure you visit them all to see the inspiration and creative people every continent has to add to our community.
Australasia - Jill @ Creating my way to Success
Europe - Yaga @ The Shiny Bubble
The Americas - Suzy @ Suzy's Artsy Craftsy Sitcom
Asia - Janelle @ Of Pinks and Fairytales
Africa - Adepeju @ Peekadot


Polly makes jewelry and clothing and paints enchanted pictures. You can read about her creative life, her kids and her outfits on her blog "Pixie Mama". Polly sells her creations in her etsy shop "This enchanted pixie".

Tell us a bit about your trade: What do you create, how and where do you sell your things,
how long have you been doing this? 
Hey! I design and create bohemian jewellery, art and clothing. I've been creating all of my life, but have only been selling them for the last 6 months! I sell online, in my etsy shop – This Enchanted Pixie

Please, tell us a little bit about the place and the country that you live in.
I live in North Wales, a teeny corner of the UK. We live in rolling hills and valleys, amidst some beautiful scenery. It's a land full of song, full of beauty and full of inspiration. We're close to the ocean, the mountains and the rivers – everything you could ask for!

Do you think that your surroundings influence your creativity? How? 
My surroundings most certainly influence my creativity. We are surrounded by so much of natures own beauty that inspires me everywhere I look. From the everchanging colours of the sky, to the multi coloured leaves, beautiful shells by the sea, darting fish in the ocean. My mind is filled with so much beauty every day, I'm never short of inspiration. If ever I am feeling stuck, a walk around or a day trip will give me so many ideas to get me on my way!

How and why did you 'pick' your creative outlet of choice?
I'm not sure that I 'picked' my creative outlet or if it picked me. I've been making jewellery and clothing for as long as I can remember, it's a part of me – without that I am not whole. Painting came a little later in my teens – and is my therapy. I can loose myself in a painting for days.

Why did you decide to sell what you are creating?
I'd never thought that I could sell my creations until recently. After sharing some of my creations on my blog, I recieved lots of encouragement from others to sell what I have made.

How did you start your business?
I spent a while creating so I had some stock to start with. I did some research online into selling arts and crafts, and spent a while thinking of how I wanted my shop to look. Then I took the plunge and signed up to Etsy! It's been a steep learning curve, but it's been the best decision I've made!
What, in your opinion is your biggest strength in your creative life and how does it
influence your work?
My greatest strength is noticing. I keep my eyes wide open all the time – letting myself see every single drop of beauty that surrounds me. I can be inspired by the simplest thing – the colour of the sky, a raindrop resting on a leaf... by allowing myself to notice what is all to easy to take for granted, I open myself up to daily inspiration.

What would you regard as your greateest weakness in terms of your creativity and how do you deal with it?
My greatest weakness is trying to do too much at once. Trying to attempt every craft all in one go. Sometimes my mind is flooded with so many different ideas, that I get overwhelmed trying to create them all that I don't actually get anything done. I deal with it by focussing on one thing at a time, I keep a notebook so I can write/sketch any ideas I have for later, freeing my mind to focus on what I'm creating right then.

How do you stay motivated and inspired?
Plenty of rest and relaxation! When I'm overworked, tired and stressed out – you can bet I'm not feeling inspired or motivated to create anything. Taking time out to rest is the best tonic to staying motivated. Be it a movie night or a day out by the river – time to just be keeps my mind fresh and allows it the peace it needs to come up with fresh ideas.

Where do you see yourself and your creative life in two years? Do you have any plans?
Personally in two years time, I hope to be living by the sea! Creatively I hope that my business is still flourishing, that it is expanding and perhaps my creations are being sold locally and at craft fairs as well as online. I'm planning on giving some more time to my painting – soon I will be offering custom portrait paintings.

What are your 5 hottest tips for people who want to be more successful with
  • Follow your heart, create what you love – not what you think others will love
  • Notice – stop rushing through daily life, slow down and notice the small things.
  • Keep a sketchbook – sketch everything – ideas you have, things that inspire you, get it all down so you can flick through when you need a little inspiration
  • Take time out – you can't create your best when you're overworked, exhausted and stressed. Allow yourself some time off to recharge your batteries.
  • Believe – believie in yourself and your creations. Don't sell yourself short – stand up and say how great what you make is.

    Thank you so much, Polly, for visiting me this week, it was so interesting and inspiring to read your answers! 
    You can also find Polly on Twitter!

Now it's your turn! Link up your posts: Inspiration, craftsy blahs, tutorials, tips or business talk: We wanna know!

Have fun hopping, reading, linking, connecting... take some time to share your love and inspiration by following, leaving comments and visiting each other.
Happy Wednesday! ;o)

Monday, July 25, 2011

***Monday Friend*** - Hollie

Happy Monday, once again! :o)
I must say, ever since I started ***Monday Friend***, I really like Mondays. I hope you feel similar! ;o)
The lovely lady that you can see in her little world down here is Hollie from Mermaid's Closet. She is one crafty lady, changing the world with a gluegun in her hand and sharing the beauty in her etsy shop.

You can see that one of the things Hollie loves to do is writing because she didn't only share her list with me but basically wrote the whole blog post for me - and much better than I could ever have. This is why I will now shut my mouth and let Hollie do the talking! <3

Hello to all, and many thanks to yaga for this opportunity! Crafty love! There are so many things in my life that are important to me so I have created bullet points within the 5 things. Sorry for the novel-long post!!

I feel I was made to make. I've got the bug. Since I was a little girl, I had it. It was encouraged with both of my parents being artists, and thus the idea of getting my hands working followed. Creation touches every aspect of my life. I will break it down...

Cooking: My mother has passed down a taste for gourmet. Our visit to Europe at my ripe age of 8 or 9 must have something to do with it, as well. The Parisian omelets, crepes. The cafes hidden behind ivy covered buildings, the pattiseries on our drives from here to there. I am very passionate about food, but especially vegetables and cheeses. The creation (usually in cast iron, or slowly oven baked), process (wooden spoon, tasting, candles lit, spices) , placement (shabby white linen, wooden handled cutlery, a view out the back window) and action of enjoying food with those you love is a very sensual part of my daily life and never ceases to hook onto new ideas and further growth. In another life I would've been a Chef with my own restaurant ;)

Seeing I was in an apartment from the moment I was married on, my green thumb closed under the rest of my fingers in a fist. I missed the soil, the color and the growth with a vengeance. Having moved to California in the past month and seeing plenty of room for gardening, the green thumb emerged and with it's reinvention, came with it joy. The purity of gardening is what gets me. The stability of seasons, the sun, rain. Plants, veggies, flowers are needy only for a handful of things, all that I can give them. When they begin to wilt, I water and then they stand up strong and proud again. It never gets old! Gardening is how I attain my purest high, and within that high I sense purpose. As humans we were created to create, to help grow, to make things beautiful. Smell the soil and feel your brain burst!

I grew up around music, with my father on his guitar playing songs he had written, and mom singing harmony. There was also encouragement for me and my sister to get involved. Within that safe place emerged my love for singing and music as a whole. A deep love. My sister picked up guitar all on her own and continues to write music that always brings me to tears. Genius lyrics and notes. I picked up more on harmony and voice, feeling most alive when projecting. The shyness I was born with makes singing a challenge for me to do regularly in public. But when it happens I come alive. Kate Bush, Stevie Nicks, David Bowie, Simon and Garfunkel, The Smiths- they are big pieces of my puzzle, and it is rare I create something wonderful without them. From folk to country, to electronic, to pop, classic rock, indie and instrumental - I love it all!

The actual creation of art, or wearable pieces is a near holy experience for me, As most artists will tell you it is. When you are in your element everything BUT creating shuts off and you reside in a magical place. Stoked from the heart, the electricity of brain function at it's best takes over, and then the hands do their work. I have to be in a certain place of mind to let creation happen. With the recent move it has been turned down low, with so many other things to focus on. I look forward to our house being fully furnished and then I will feel ready to get back into it. Etsy is a love of mine. Also my team, Indie Free Spirits. A group of over 500 Etsy sellers with a love of earth, creation and off beat style. I adore leading them, providing team challenges and just making new friends via the team page.

Writing is a huge love of mine, up there with crafting and cooking. I have found that all I must do is feel something strongly, sit down with a pen or at the computer and simply write. Brain has less to do with it than heart does. Hands are the outlet, and with the aid of their instinct, my heart finds it way onto page. It feels almost impossible how this can happen. With my love of writing makes way for my blog ( Though I rarely post personal poems and such, my style shines through. I have a goal of sharing more writing therein! I think blogs should be real and not held back. I am also a lover of books. They greatly inspire my work. Such as Louis L'amour novels, sci-fi like John Wyndham's "Day of the Triffids" and "Chrysalids". Medieval historical like "Outlander" and Autobiographical like Dave Eggers' "Heartbreaking Work of a Staggering Genius", Steve Liddell's "honest Lee". My most recently finished novel "The Dirty Life" by Kristin Kimball, was lifechanging and renewed my love of gardening and reinvigorated my passion for supporting local organic farming and turning our backs on agriculture.

I feel I was made to be a wife. I have been married to my first boyfriend, Philip for almost 4 years now and we are still, if not more in love now than we ever have been. Both of us have had challenging upbringings that we could look at and let effect our own relationship, however we do the opposite. We look at the negative and say we can learn from it. How can we pick up and do things are way? Also the hardships have made both of us very discerning, patient and real. We are careful with our words, and spend alot of time cuddling the ugly away. Life is hard these days, especially for couples making it work. I find that alot of affection, loving reinforcement and time having innocent fun keep love strong and alive. We have no children at the moment and don't have plans to make them anytime soon ;) We are totally kid people, me especially and one day we plan to start a family when the time is right.

Family- I am very close to my one and only sister, Hannah whom lives 1 minute up the road from us with her husband Jeph. They are also artists and with that fact comes the comfortableness to be ourselves around them. We have so much in common and it is a blessing to be so close to them. I am also close to my parents who move around the States, gypsy-like for work. My dad, a creative genius is now managing 4 talk stations for CBS in Las Vegas, as my mom is a support to him and an artist as well. They live a mere hour flight away, and I look forward to experiencing a closer relationship with them, as we have always lived so far away from them since we got married. My parents have taught me so much, opened my eyes to amazing things, and provide a safe place for me to fall, even now. I am thankful for their support, and also for their teaching me and my sister such good standards, based on the bible from the moment we were born.

My friends, especially since moving here have proven to be a bubble of laughter, comfort, inspiration and happiness in my life! I am thankful for each and everyone of them who are unique and amazing in their own ways. I am a very social person and I can never get enough time eating at Mexican taquerias then going thrifting. I love creating amongst friends, better yet just spending time together talking. Good friends are hard to come by, so cherish them! 

A huge part of my life that not only gives me a direction to go, but also goals and beautiful things to look forward to. I won't go all biblical on you but I'll simply say I am one of Jehovah's Witnesses. A good chunk of my time is spent voluntarily teaching people who are interested about bible truths, and ways we can apply them to make for a peaceful life now and in the future. Many people have a skewed view of the JW way of life, but honestly we are just like everyone else for the most part. Only difference is (a) we take bible direction seriously, and (b) believe in a life here on earth in a paradise, as opposed to life in heaven. The ministry keeps me busy, positive and helps me to focus on helping others which is the best cure for depression or frustration with the state of the world. Me and my husband set goals for bible reading, for doing more however we can, and this keeps our relationship stronger than ever. This part of my life is the most important.

I'm in love with the earth. Nothing makes me happier than to run far away from the city and get into the woods. Nature serves as an antidote for frustration and sadness in my life, and I can never get enough of it. Animals, trees, moss, mountains, soil, fresh air, sea, lake- All things I couldn't live without. The earth is a thing of beauty that continually inspires creation, sparks happiness and reminds me of what really matters. I am not one for cities, bustling activity or the grit of society. Alot of my friends disagree, since there is much inspiration to be found in cities. To a point I agree, but more than ever I yearn to become a mountain woman. Living off her own garden and creating away from it all. This not being a realistic way of life at the moment, I try to spend as much time in the trees as possible and this is what keeps me sane. My favorite thing is to be cold. I love that California has sweater weather!

I feel as though alot of my time is spend up in the clouds. It goes along with writing, where I love to invent worlds, places, scenarios. They always parallel my own life either now, or from years past. I find that expanding on experiences and using symbolic ideas and visions provide a healing bandaid as it were. This way I can share the pain in a more appropriate way with the world, and therein in the idea others can find comfort themselves. I would say that my main way of sharing these creations of mind are via Treasuries. My curations act much like a daily diary for my emotions and visions. I post them on Twitter and Facebook for all to see. I am moved by photography most, and thus alot of my curations are purely fine art related. In time, there is nothing I desire more than to get deep into photography and share it with the world!

Thanks a million to you Hollie for this great peek into your fabulous life, and thanks to YOU, you fabulous guys, for reading!

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Pictures from Berlin

Hey everybody!
How has your week been? Did you do some great stuff?
We had a great time in Berlin. The first two days were sunny and really warm. We even walked barefeet at one point. We took a tour to see some graffiti art and famous former squats/now culture or social centers. On Wednesday the temperatures fell to mostly freezing and it was windy and poured down all day.
We still made it to Checkpoint Charlie and then again the next day when it was more dry, so we could leave our marks on the Wall.

On the way to Berlin

In the tube

Tali gets her skin analised

peace and love bears

the TV tower

weather still nice

even sunny enough for glasses :)

paper mural ("hey Carl, there's somebody puking!" - "Must be a tourist!")

former squat - Hundertwasser style!
 Our hosts were awesome! Even though they didn't have much time they did everything to make us feel at home and we had plenty of times sharing dinner or drinks and going to a bar together.
On Saturday we caught a rideshare to Enschede and then took the train from there to Amsterdam. The weather here is as bad as over in Germany, it's been pouring down without a break ever since we arrived. We've got nice company and plenty to do though.
I'm uploading a picture and a little comment on facebook almost every day, so if you're not on there you can click the button on the right and get updated about our daily highlights.

three li'l princesses

leaving the mark

Charles, Johann and Teddy

hawaii feeling

taming the green fairy

Tomorrow there will be a great ***Monday Friend*** post again - and a little surprise for you! :o)
See you tomorrow!
Many greetings from Amsterdam!

East side Gallery self portrait!

You can find me at the East Side Gallery now. :o)

We arrived safely in Amsterdam tonight and already have really charming company. ^^
And tomorrow I will take time to show you more pictures from last week!
Have a great weekend!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Guest post: Three favourite things about London

Today one of my dearest friends, Luna, will tell you about her stay in London and why she loves this city so much. Aaah, reading it made me want to go back! Crazy, horrible, fantabulous big city... *dream*

Hello dear all, my name is, well, let's say for today, my name is Luna, and I have the honour to write a post for the blog of my lovely friend Yaga.

I'm on vacation in London at the moment, with my bf, but unfortunately we have to go back home tomorrow. The time went by way too fast. Yaga and I have in common that we both like this place very much. I might feel even a bit more connected to it, as I've lived in GB for 10 months, not in the London area though, but in Wales. However, I did 3 short trips (1 to 5 days) to London in those days. I've seen many of the tourist places, but also a few areas where you find mainly 'real Londoners' instead of holiday makers. Having lived for a while in Great Britain is the reason why I easily feel 'at home' in London, athough there was a time span of 2 years since my last visit.

It is always very exciting for me to be in this huge and crowded city. I left the small villlage where I was brought up years ago, traveled to and lived in several cities since then, but London is not similar to any other place that I've seen far :) In order to illustrate you this statement, I would like to present you my "3 things I <3 most about London":

1. The Tube: I think it's fantastic that London Tube exists!! People might not understand this enthusiasm over public transport, but it has a proper reason: I grew up in a village where 2 buses in the morning and 1 bus in the afernoon drove to the next bigger city, and as soon as you were 18, it was essential to have a driver's licence and have regular access to a car, cause there was NOTHING TO DO in the village.
Since I left this desert of public transport, I was always lucky enough to have a car or live in a place with good public transport service, and London's Tube system supports an ideal living situation to me, being able to live completely without a car and being able to move around town center from place A to place B in a reasonably short time. Huge disadvantage though: the constant service interruptions on the weekends (WTH??) and the fact that they stop running between 12 and 1.

2. Camden and Vintage: I mention both things under one bulletpoint, as they go together hand in hand. I love vintage clothing, especially for dancing. My bf and I started dancing Lindy Hop (a type of Swing dancing) 1,5 years ago, and Lindy Hop is even more fun when you have the right clothes to dress up for a dance evening with Jazz and Swing music from the 20s to the 50s :) the best place I discovered so far to find original vintage stuff is Camden town. It was very hard for me not to spend all my money in second hand stores and at vintage clothing stalls :) my favourite for new clothes is a shop called 'Collectif'. As they are located in London (3 stores!!), one of my first shopping trips ended in their store at Covent Garden. Of course the second - and biggest - one can be found in Camden, and a third one is located in Whitechapel. One more tip: 'Beyond Retro' near Oxford Circus (Great Malborough Street)! Amazing stuff and very cheap, but consider the fact that you might have to repair the things you buy with the help of Mr. Needle and Miss Thread.

3. Foooood: Whatever type of food you wanna order, London will serve it!! Just as the existence of the Tube, it's no real surprise that all types of international cuisine exists. I mean, 11 Million people live there, from all kinds of nations, and they can't be bothered eating only Fish and Chips and Steak with Ale Pie all day :)
But here comes the little-village-girl-agrument again: The city that was closest to my home had as the most exotic place to eat....several chinese restaurants, for years. The first Sushi restauran established itself only 1,5 years ago. I don't want to start counting how many very great Sushi places I've tried only within the last few days in London....don't want to imagine how many different restaurants I could try if I would live here for a while longer!!!!
It Might not be necessary to mention the following any more, but I LOVE (!!!) Sushi!

I could continue, but I guess then the post will get out of hand :) let me give you a list of the things my bf and I did in the past few days, to give you a few ideas for your next/first trip to London:

- we went to several Sushi places, Soho has the best!!
- we went Lindy Hop dancing near Holborn station (Wild Court)
- we had Fish&Chips (I know, I mocked the food a bit above, but I actually like it very much) near Victoria Station (pub was called the Victorian, expensive compared to Withersoppn pubs, but very nice)

- if you are a shopaholic like me: There are the vintage stores I mentioned above, plus my favourites (which you can all find at Oxford Street): Primark, New Look, Next

- we went to the cinemas to see Harry Potter (its fun watching a movie where pictures of the city are shown in which you are currently living in^^)
- we went to the theatre and saw Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing'

I hope you enjoyed reading. Have a nice day!! xxx

Thank you so much for writing this fun London-guide for us! I really feel like I should go back soon and try all the things I'm still missing from your list! :o)

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