Lately I've been missing France and Paris more than I care to admit and I've been constantly obsessing over the possibilities to spend at least a weekend back there. And of course, I got incredibly jealous when my fiancé told me that he was going there from work next week. Oh, how I wish I could go with him! Anyhow, instead of getting all depressed and miserable, I've been working on the list of things I want him to bring me from Paris (like the foie gras and the latest Guillaume Musso's books): he better takes the biggest suitcase with him!
This week I've been also reconnecting with French culture in Graz: I've became member of French Institute, I've tracked down the bookstore selling French magazines, and I finally managed to bake a batch of macarons that resemble the real deal (and of course, on the day that I made just the perfect macarons, my camera's battery died - you can call that bad luck!)
And until I figure out my next trip to my favorite city in the world, I made this cute paper Eiffel Tower to keep me company in my office. I've stumbled upon these templates (photo 1 and 2) while browsing Flickr for inspiration, and I couldn't resist trying my hands on it. It turned out really well, even if it took me some time to clean my desk from all that glue. Have your ever a similar project before? How did it turn out?
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