Finally!! I talked about a secret project already in one of last week’s blog post and yes, it took longer than expected to get it all going and ready to be talked about…
The last few days and weeks my sewing machine and I were really busy with all the creativity and the ideas – and today it’s FINALLY time to make the big announcement: the online shop of sachensucherin has officially opened 🙂
Sewing is great. And very useful – because there is all kinds of pretty things you can use for yourself. But at some point this personal needs are satisfied. I don’t need 10 place settings. Or 5 sleeping masks. That’s why I’ve decided to sell my handmade products in an own online shop. Continue reading
I am Stephanie, an Austrian girl living Sweden, and I like pretty things – amazing sunsets, comfy furniture, fancy cupcakes, gorgeous decoration. Those are what make my life special and beautiful, inspire me for creating my own pretty things and make me happy. I do them myself or I go out to find them, mostly armed with my camera taking pictures of everything. And that’s the reason behind the title of my blog:
Sachensucherin. Turnupstuffer. Sakletare.
It comes from one of my most favourite books – Pippi Langstrumpf (or Longstocking or Långstrump) by Astrid Lindgren. In one of her adventures, Pippi and her friends Tommi and Annika play a game where they are so called Sachensucher (or turnupstuffers or sakletare). They wander around with open eyes, looking for things. Things that are pretty. Things they can have fun with. Things that are just somewhere out there. This way, Annika finds a beautiful pearl necklace. Tommi finds an instrument. And Pippi finds the mayor of the city, sleeping in the grass, and starts to feed him with hawkbit …
So, with this blog I want to share the pretty things I find or do or make and hopefully inspire people to bring some prettyness in their life, too. I’m looking forward to your visits, comments and input – see you here! 🙂
PS: Thanks to Hanna for inspiring me with her own blog about her passion and for showing me that pretty things are my passion!
PPS: Thanks to my mum for brainstorming about the blog’s name and for making Pippi to such a big part of my life 🙂
PPPS: Thanks to Joonas for pushing me to finally get the blog going, helping me with setting it up and for the first sponsorship 😉