Hi Afsaneh!I I just recently discovered you blog and just wanted to drop by to tell you how much I love what you do! Your jewelry is so beautiful and I just love your illustrations! Your work is very inspiring! Have a wonderful day! Btw, I am in Toronto too :)
Oh what a lovely place! Your drawings are so cute!
Wonderful sketches! You can work for travel agencies as an advertiser! Seriously, those photos combined with these illustrations and that beautiful feather, have made an amazing summery of your travel! Thanks for sharing >:D<
You took me to that unknown country for some minutes - thanks! A lovely map you've drawn and the travel book is saying so much! It's like a diary, but without words... I just wonder from what kind of a bird the feather is?
Yipeee welcome back sweet friend! I missed you while you were away! These photos are gorgeous and i really love the color combination of that house or resort in Dominican Republic so fresh and beautiful! Thanks so much for letting us peek at your traveling journal. I love drawing maps ever since i was young and adding little cute illustration to it. Looking at your map bring back such wonderful memories!Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you sweet friend!
What beautiful sketches and a lovely way to remember your time there! You have such a wonderful and inspiring drawing style!
Welcome back! Everything looks so beautiful.
Just followed you now, new to the whole blogspot thing.I think your artwork is incredible, love it.I also just followed you on twitter. follow me back?Love your work.
Thanks a lot to all of you! :)Rossichka: Thanks a lot dear friend! That's a parrot feather, I found it on the ground :)LewisOnTheFloor: Thanks a lot Lewis!! Welcome to my blog, hope you enjoy your stay here :)
I just found your blog and I love it! I'm coming back for more! I love your drawings! xoxo ♥Rocio R.http://myfashiondolly.blogspot.com/
Hi! That red flower on the right side is Cruz de Malta. As kids, we used to pull the pistil out of the center and suck on the nectar. It comes in yellow as well as red.
Hi there!I just wanted to let you know that I absolutely looove your sketches, they are so pretttty!I think the common name for those flowers are Ixora, we have those too in Malaysia, we too like pull out the pistil and suck the nectar ^^
WOW!! Thanks a lot Cristina and Sarah! :) It's great to know their name! I guess they have different names in different languages, I looked for both names and the same plant showed up! Thank you! Thank you! xoxo
Oh my, the glimpse into your travel journal is just lovely! Thanks for sharing that. :)