Heute zeige ich euch meine absoluten Lieblingsblogs, die ich wirklich fast täglich lese und auch ohne Rss-Reader, Facebook oder Twitter regelmässig aufrufe ;-)
Today i want to show you my favourite Blogs. Blogs that i read almost daily. Without RSS, Facebook or Twitter.
The velvet doe is a beautiful American blog that I have found not too long ago on Pinterest.
I love her style. The soft, pastel colors, the images, the whole concept. My designer’s heart beats faster when viewing the documents, the headlines in the sidebar and the other graphical elements, and in addition her blogposts and topics are lovely and charming
My “Blogging Your Way” classmate Inga has conquered my heart two weeks ago in Munich when i met her in person, but I loved her blog before!
I like the reduced style, her pretty portrait on the right side and that she completely consistently stands by its topic!
Oh lovely Lieschen. BYW- classmate and very lovely customer Susanne writes the magical wedding blog “Lieschen marries.” And even though I’ve been married for three years already, I love wedding blogs and i read it again and again with pleasure.
I like the cool and minimalistic design and Susannes magical and refreshing Person. She also has sooooo cool and cute pictures on her About page.
I’ve met Renaade who writes the wonderful DIY-Blog Titatoni a few times in real life. She is a warm, funny and refreshing person. She is an enrichment for each blogger meetup :-)
On her blog, I love the photos! Sooooo beautiful. She remains true to her pastel and fresh style ABSOLUTELY and makes perfectly fabulous pictures.
She has the coolest ideas for her kids (castle made of cardboard boxes for example) and she designs absolutely beautiful and high quality printables
I have not met Bine yet, unfortunately, but she is my classmate in the virtual classroom of the BYW course again.
I read her blog for a very long time. One of the first Craft / DIY-blogs that I have visited regularly. I like her new look and her pretty welcome photo. I like her photos and style. Her stories and that she also blogs when things did not work out (Macarons!) are lovely.
Ms. Hahael (HHL) – Mrs. Hamburger Liebe (Hamburg Love) is also a veteran blogger, and I read her blog certainly three years. Her fabrics and designs are amazing and I love her logo.
Even her posts are always right out of life and she will always have a certain amount of self-irony, that I really like
Ms. Pimpi how Nic also calls herself, is also one of the most successful bloggers in Germany. Nic I’ve met in person in Hamburg and she is in person just as in her blog. The bubbling life. Funny, cute and colorful. I’m a fan of her great designs and have already bought both Ribbons and Embroidery from her.
On her blog, I love the beautiful pictures, the hands-on activities, the inspiration from their gorgeous, colorful and great written DIY instructions and trip reports.
This blog I recently discovered via Pinterest and I immediately put it on my reading list.
I really love the design. Especially the About box on the right side with the refreshing photo and Social buttons. I think that inspired me a lot!
Featuring an eclectic mix of topics I likecthe DIYs, that are pretty good implemented and photographed.
Finally – and as the 9th of 8 blogs comes “Miss K says yes.“
Katjas blog I have (unfortunately ) found in the week before my wedding. And unfortunately it was too late for most DIYs. Katjas blog is a classic among the wedding blogs. Her style is very different from that of Susanne and that makes it so exciting to read and love both blogs.
Katja I’ve also already met in Hamburg. In February I had the honor to code her new and charming layout. Since then the blog is EVEN more beautiful.
I love the style between romantic but not too playful, designed but not cool. Her DIY ideas are wonderful – not only for future brides – and her photos are soooooo beautiful. The design that was developed by Kerstin of Sanvie and is beautiful and modern, functional and clear.
Alles Liebe, eure