Tonje Eidset

Tonje Eidset

Tonje Eidset
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CHA Sneak Week 2014 - Day 1

CHA Sneak Week 2014 - Day 1

INSTANT DOWNLOAD San Francisco Clip Art Set by TheMeekBoutique, $4.00

INSTANT DOWNLOAD San Francisco Clip Art Set by TheMeekBoutique, $4.00

Great images to decorate my bullet journal

Great images to decorate my bullet journal

Great images to decorate my bullet journal

Great images to decorate my bullet journal

44 Different World Cities Skyline   @creativework247

44 Different World Cities Skyline @creativework247

I came home from the US a week ago, where I among other things took a road trip from Salt Lake City, UT, to Tucson, AZ, with my "American parents"!  We stopped at Bryce Canyon, UT, Grand Canyon South Rim and Sedona, AZ, on our way.  And this is the cover for my new project - a Shutterfly-book on this trip!   Credits:  Template and paper by Kellie Mize (ex-WST)

I came home from the US a week ago, where I among other things took a road trip from Salt Lake City, UT, to Tucson, AZ, with my "American parents"! We stopped at Bryce Canyon, UT, Grand Canyon South Rim and Sedona, AZ, on our way. And this is the cover for my new project - a Shutterfly-book on this trip! Credits: Template and paper by Kellie Mize (ex-WST)

récit de voyage, nouveaux amis, citations inspirantes

récit de voyage, nouveaux amis, citations inspirantes

Regardez cette photo Instagram de @thedailywriting • 612 J’aime

Regardez cette photo Instagram de @thedailywriting • 612 J’aime

My Rihla or essentially travel journal was written. Sadly it would have no real impact in the Muslim world. The good thing is that in the 19th century European scholars would translate it to get an insight into my travels. Wow how exciting!

My Rihla or essentially travel journal was written. Sadly it would have no real impact in the Muslim world. The good thing is that in the 19th century European scholars would translate it to get an insight into my travels. Wow how exciting!