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Prachtig hoe een baardmannetje kan balanceren tussen twee rietstengels.

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Prachtig hoe een baardmannetje kan balanceren tussen twee rietstengels.

Christmas Table Scape - Inspired by natural elements, I created an outdoor table with rustic yet traditional appeal. Glass cylinder candleholders sit on cedar stumps, pine and berries, burlap and plaid. Chunky stoneware, and delicate glass, I love mixing in unexpected elements. Napkin's are tied with jute and embellished with a jingle bell, twigs and boxwood cuttings. Use Sea Salt or Epsom Salts for the snow.

Christmas Table Scape - Inspired by natural elements, I created an outdoor table with rustic yet traditional appeal. Glass cylinder candleholders sit on cedar stumps, pine and berries, burlap and plaid. Chunky stoneware, and delicate glass, I love mixing in unexpected elements. Napkin's are tied with jute and embellished with a jingle bell, twigs and boxwood cuttings. Use Sea Salt or Epsom Salts for the snow.

A Whole Bunch Of Christmas Staircase Decorating Ideas - Christmas Decorating -

A Whole Bunch Of Christmas Staircase Decorating Ideas

The Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus) is a brightly coloured medium sized parrot. The bird is found in the north and east of Australia to Tasmania, south and east Indonesia, east through New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Rainbow Lorikeets have been introduced in Perth (Western Australia), Hong Kong (China) and Auckland (New Zealand).

The Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus) is a brightly coloured medium sized parrot. The bird is found in the north and east of Australia to Tasmania, south and east Indonesia, east through New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Rainbow Lorikeets have been introduced in Perth (Western Australia), Hong Kong (China) and Auckland (New Zealand).

Last year, when we were on holiday in the south of France, these fellows were flying over our tent ll day. Love the sound they make, like a small train whistle.

Last year, when we were on holiday in the south of France, these fellows were flying over our tent ll day. Love the sound they make, like a small train whistle.

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