Happy New Year!




Best wishes for 2011, here is to believing that all of your wildest dreams will come true. Yeah, I watched Napoleon Dynamite the other night. I want to thank you so much for your support, kind comments, and reading Black Eiffel in 2010 -- I am grateful to the moon. I look forward with great excitement and anticipation for '11.

Happy New Year!!


(photo by nik daum + White & Wander)

16 comments:

Kristie Lynne said...

The first picture reminds me of the movie, Tangled. If you haven't seen it, do it. Now. Haha.

thea p said...

happy new year to you too!!
love your blog, thea

K and/or K said...

I was in Chiang Mai this November to witness that lantern festival first hand! It is truly magical!

I read your blog faithfully and LOVE it. HNY!

Karena said...

Adore your site and the inspiration you bring!!

Happy New Years!

Xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Fabulous image of the lanterns!

Eva said...

Happy new year! Thank you for sharing these photos.. and for continuing to share and post great things that give me reason to come back!

Marie said...

Happy New Year! Beautiful photos.

hila said...

happy new year rachel!

Tracey said...

Happy New Year! I just know that 2011 is going to be 'the year' for amazing things to happen.

DolceDreams said...

And a happy New Year to you! It is always a delight reading your posts :)
Cheers,
Nathalie

ola appletea said...

rgreat post! Happy 2011 to you too!

Lantern are great! My kid loves it a lot!!!!

The Cherry Blog said...

Oh I love those lanterns - they make me happy just looking at this pic! Happy New Year! xx

Design Elements said...

Happy new year! May all your wishes come true...

Rosa Navas said...

Happy new year for you too!!!
This wil be a year full of inspiration.

Tracey said...

love those lanterns! Happy New Year. x

the emily said...

I had no idea you could do those lanterns in real life! I'm dying to know where I could get some!

Nik Daum said...

Glad you like my Thai lantern picture. Thanks for linking to it. I recommend that everyone try to make it to Mae Jo for this festival, it's transcendent.

Happy new year,
Nik

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