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The word we picked to illustrate for March is Uitwaaien – it’s Dutch so it seemed fitting as we have Anna from the Netherlands in our group. What a wonderful word it is – there’s not an equivalent in English, or any other language I can think of. It means “to take a break to clear…

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This was a day I’d looked forward to photographing for such a long time – I’m just putting the finishing touches to Emily & Joel’s package of photographs, so I have to resist the temptation to share too many pictures in a sneak preview! Needless to say, I just can’t wait to show them the…

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I don’t know how I’ve managed to narrow down these pictures to a manageable selection for a blog post! Cassie & Phil’s New Year’s Eve-eve wedding was the most beautiful, joyous occasion and everything I love about weddings – friends, family thoroughly relishing time spent together in celebration. How else can I put across the…

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Meraki: (v) To do something with soul, creativity or love; when you leave a piece of yourself in your work. I found this work quite tricky to illustrate – or rather, I had so many ideas and so little time to actually do it justice. Meraki is a really good description of how I feel…

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  • Anna - Beautiful Julie. Meraki is about the small details in life. I love the story about your blazer and the violins. And the artwork from your daughter is beautiful. XReplyCancel

  • Anne - Oh Julie, how I LOVE the way you illustrated Meraki. It’s just beautiful. THANK YOU !ReplyCancel

  • Ana - Julie, that first image really spoke to my heart. Nothing says love and craft better than a home made quilt. You have some fine talent in your home what with sewing, music and art! A fine interpretation of Meraki xxReplyCancel

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