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Famille Summerbelle exhibition in Tokyo at Galerie Doux Dimanche

I have just returned from an amazing week in Tokyo where we celebrated the 11th anniversary of Famille Summerbelle with a colorful exhibition of new paper cut works, original watercolors and our city maps.It was an honor to celebrate our 11 years in Tokyo at Galerie Doux Dimanche since it is also ...

Famille Summerbelle x Bonton Japan

During this trip to Tokyo I was also lucky enough to be invited by the Kids Concept Store Bonton for the opening of their new shop in Takashimaya department store in Shinbuya. I made an installation of about sixty paper cut illustrations on the theme of their collection Little Italy that were displ...

Famille Summerbelle celebrates 11 years!

11 years already! I never thought 11 years ago that I will go to Japan to make an exhibition to celebrate Famille Summerbelle 11 years in business!
Tokyo was our first destination while Family Summerbelle was only 6 months old. We met there with Hisashi and Fumie, the founders of Ed...

Our Family Tree prints are back in stock!

Due to popular demand our best selling Family Tree prints are now back in store and available framed. It's a great present for parents to be, for a baby shower and to decorate your child's bedroom.
The print comes in two parts: The front print comes with 12 openings for photo fra...

OUR EASTER BUNNY!

This is Ludo my favorite bunny.
Wishing you all a very Happy Easter! Hand screen printed bunny, perfect for kids rooms.

Our best selling birch wood tray and our beloved cushion featuring Ludo the bunny on one side and his friend the Maximilien the magician on t...

Miró in Majorca

It was my birthday treat during our week in Majorca. I really wanted to visit the Fundació Pilar i Juan Miró in Palma and it was really special: not only it was sunny, it was my birthday (42 eeek!), I was with my favourite people (my husband and my 3 kids) and in a place so inspiring and f...

Mallorca in March


This year we decided to do something a bit different. We usually go to the mountains skiing for the Winter holidays but instead this year we decided to head further South to the island of Mallorca. We needed some sun and blue sky after weeks of clouds and cold weather here in Germany. <...

My love for colours and leaves

Today is the first day of Spring, my favourite season so I am very happy! I wanted to share with you some paintings I recently made inspired by my love for colours and leaves of all sorts and sizes!
I made a lot of sketches of the beautiful variety of leaves that you can find on the...

Téo 4 years old birthday party!

On 1st March we celebrated Téo%27s 4th birthday with his friends at home. I can't believe how time flies...These 4 years have gone so fast since our little Téo was born in Amsterdam!
For the occasion I made a paper cut mural illustrating all the things Téo likes: helicopter, cars, PJ Mas...

The joy of playing with paint

The other day Téo ask me to watch his favourite cartoon Paw Patrol on TV but as he saw his brother using paint he quickly changed his mind. He wanted to do the same and play with paint instead. Phew :-)
I asked him which colours he wanted to use and we made a pretty palette with a mix of...

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