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Hello! my name is Tamar, I am a jewelry and accessory designer behind Nest Pretty Things, we are a husband and wife team and sell online through our website and Etsy shops and wholesale to over 50 shops around the world, my husband Ronen manages the business side and I am the designer and maker. We have a lovely studio in Burlington Vermont and live near by in Shelburne, a beautiful little village right by Lake Champlain, we now have three sons in college (24,22,20) and the sweetest cat Isabel. I love to decorate (you will always find me working on some project or other), cook and garden (I wish our VT season wasn't so short) and travel.

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April 21, 2008

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Lily

Gosh... these pictures are spectacular!

Kristine

What wondeful photos. They look like very chic extras from "Roman Holiday".

tricia

Very stylish, and what a beautiful couple they are.

mrs. french

I am sorry to hear about your medical difficulties...my father-in-law had Bells. It was pretty bad at first, but disappeared quickly. I hope the same for you.

Oh how I wish I was going to NY...have a lovely time.

The photos of your parents look like an old film. They are so beautiful...romatic!

Orange Pattern

Those photos are amazing. You're right - so stylish. Were they taken professionally? Just awesome...

Anneke

Lovely pictures! And about your health: strange things are happening here. I don't know if you (try to) read my blog, but a month ago I experienced also some strange things in my body, as my skin felt as if I was burned by the sun (but no sun to see at all...) I took this as a sign from my body to tell me to sit down and slow things down a little bit... The pain got away in a week, hope your symptoms go away soon!
Wishing you a wonderfull time in NYC (and I'm curious what you think about the van Gogh's; he's from the Netherlands and so am I!)

clare

Have a cupcake for me from Magnolia Bakery pleeease!!! I think those photos are so beautiful. There really is a magic behind old images.I'm not sure whether it is the black and white or because we assume the history and intimacy behind them, but they always seem to convey so much.Absolute treasures.x

carole davis

hey tamar...

you look so much like your dad.... how romantic...meeting in paris and going to venice.... magical.... hope new york will get rid of these nasty symptoms.... love
carole

jerusalem

What great pictures of your parents, so romantic.
Glad you are feeling better. My mom has Bells Palsy and has taken to wearing sleeping mask at night to help with her eye, just fyi!

Rosie's Whimsy

Oh sweetie, what a run of bad luck! I had a friend in high school who woke up with that at the tender and self-conscious age of 15. It took a while but she only had the tiniest of effect left. have fun in NYC.

BTW, your parents are so attractive! OMGosh, they look like movie stars!

((hugs)) Rosie

lily boot

What wonderful photos! Very stylish! They conjure up such romantic and mysterious notions. Poor you having to cope with Bell's Palsy - I hope you recover soon and enjoy your time in NYC

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