Sunday, January 17, 2010

Books I bought in Paris



9 comments:

Papillon Bleu said...

Christel, I am sorry... I said to someone I was going to contact you and I forgot.Ooops!
I am organising a French week to celebrate my 100th follower who is French, Linda from une petite folie has participated and also many other people. I know how much you love France so I wanted to ask you if you wanted to pay a little contribution?
Just let me know what you want me to present on the post about what you like about France ( Ladurée I know...)and then I put a link to your blog.It is good fun!
A bientôt!
It would be silly not to have you with us!
XoXo

Debbie said...

Christel the books look lovely. Can't wait to see what you reproduce in miniature..xx

Papillon Bleu said...

Thank you Christel!
I love the books you've brought back.Lots of Ladurée miniatures to come?

kimsminiatures said...

Lovely books Christel. I have the bigger one but in english. The Laduree one is still to expensive to get here. Thanks for participating in my giveaway! Hugs~ Kim

thomi said...

Cant't wait to see your new inspiration

Arantxa said...

Great books Christel!!

Congratulations!!

shannonc60 said...

Ooooh, I want that sucre book! Lucky you! So much eye candy - looking at it is almost as good as eating it!

rosanna said...

Lovely. I do love cooking books, food still life are my favourites photos.Mini hugs Rosanna

miniacollection said...

What beautiful books with wonderful photos. I can't wait to see what you are going to make in miniature from these books.
I must confess Ihave never been to Ladurée, and it's not as if I never go to Paris...
In fact when I go to Paris I always have so many things to do and see, I only have a quick lunch.
I go to tea rooms in Orléans with my mother or friends.
Geneviève