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woensdag 5 december 2012

Corner View "Serendipity"

The Three Princes of Serendip
"In ancient times there existed in the country of Serendippo, in the Far East, a great and powerful king by the name of Giaffer. He had three sons who were very dear to him. And being a good father and very concerned about their education, he decided that he had to leave them endowed not only with great power, but also with all kinds of virtues of which princes are particularly in need."
For more story: the three Princes

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From the Corner View Gazette, the Christmas shopping edition!  
~Thanks to Fransesca to put this on her blog!~
As several corner viewers have shops where you can find their arts & crafts, I thought it would be a good idea to link to them here, so that those of you who need some Christmas shopping inspiration can visit them.  (If I've missed any, please leave a link in the comments below).
Swig - filz flet feutre felt cuteness and postcards
Flow Tops  playful, philosophical, colorful co-creations
A Perfect Beginning ribbons and things for gift giving
Eliza's Dream cards, prints, pendants
Haben & Gut trays, bags and vintage
Susi-Art cards
Crochet Renee shawl patterns 
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More Serendipity, go and take a look at Fransesca, she is hosting:
Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane, where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.

The theme for Corner View next week is "white"
Happy Corner Viewing!




10 opmerkingen:

  1. i think the shop list is a wonderful idea!

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  2. I need to read the rest of the story.

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  3. Otli posted about this too, I had never heard of it!

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  4. Didn't know about this story, now I'm curious to find out more.

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  5. well now then... i will have to read the story, you are the second one to bring it up! cheers!
    n♥

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  6. its on my weekend reading plans to to read the rest of the story! what fun to find out about it thru this weeks CV. And your illustration above goes with the mood so beautifully!! A good time of year for prince tales and fancy!!xo♡

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  7. I never knew that story, came across it for this theme for the first time. I still wonder how to translate the word "serendipity" into Danish and Faroese. What would you say in Dutch?

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  8. In dutch it is serendipiteit, but even so, I have never heard of the word!

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  9. Hello again Susanna. That would work too in Danish, but I have never heard anyone use it. "Lykketræf" perhaps, but that just means "stroke of luck" or "happy coincidence". I would like to keep the literary reference of "serendipity" ;)

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