Christmas present information 2019 (however completely different) ǀ Justine Leconte

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*MUJI field 5 drawers:
*MUJI field 2 drawers:
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*Sketchbook A5 double ring + black cowl:
*Sketchbook Moleskine with thick pages:
*Sketchbook x2 Rifle Paper Co.:
*Sketchbook Pantone cowl:
*Set of gray pencils:
*Set of charcoal pencils:
*Black ink pens:
*Set of shade ink pens:
*Instax digital camera smoky white:
*Instax digital camera blue:
*Movie for Instax digital camera:
*Embroidery hoops of various sizes:
*Even weave material for embroidery: (mine was by DMC)
*Linen material for embroidery:
*Chenille needles for embroidery:
*Tapestry needles (spherical tip):
*Ribbon embroidery needles (larger eye of the needle):
*Embroidery scissors: (mine had been cheaper however it is a good model)
*Embroidery thread cotton pearl dimension 5 (white):
*Embroidery thread cotton pearl dimension 5 (colours):
*E-book “A-Z of embroidery stitches”:
*E-book “Newbie’s information to ribbon embroidery”:
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Night time on the museum: Naturkundemuseum Berlin (Taschenlampenführung or after-work Führung), Louvres Paris (Nuit Blanche), MET New York (Friday night time)


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25 thoughts on “Christmas present information 2019 (however completely different) ǀ Justine Leconte

  1. elenabob says:

    One person told me that with age you start wanting to receive consumables because you have already received a lot of standstill items that maybe they are not even your style but they clutter your house because you can't simply throw them away.
    It's a cynical approach but each year I get older I start realizing that maybe it is true.

  2. Mimimosa says:

    Great suggestions Justine! I'd love to know if you have any ideas for useful gifts for children. I'm having a trouble deciding what to gift my brother's very young children while respecting his semi-minimalist lifestyle.

  3. QiaJenae Hamilton says:

    Great suggestions, Justine! I like giving e-advent calendars from Right now she has 3 styles, Cotswold, Edinburgh, & Alpine Village. Each one has fun tasks to do, games to play, & creative art. They are a fun way to count down the holiday, if you know someone who celebrates xmas, although they aren't particularly religious.

  4. Li_Celly says:

    For sketchbooks, there are different types of paper for different mediums. Here is a small guide:

    Watercolor: Thick toothy (rough) papers (Usually watercolor papers)
    Pen and Ink: Bristol paper. Stonehenge works.
    Marker: If good alcohol (like copics), marker papers or Bristol. If not good, Bristol.
    Charcoal: Sketch paper or Newspaper.
    Color Pencils: Stonehenge or Bristol.
    Tracing paper would be good as well if they plan to sketch over and over for a final rough.

  5. Goddybag4Lee says:

    If you want to do cross stitch you can easily start with an Aida woven cloth and some cross stitch diagrams.

    Giving away food is also very good. Spices are excellent.

  6. Jelena Herrmann says:

    Great video and great ideas. My husband, my sister-in-law and I decided to give experience instead of things to the older members of the family. They seem to have everything and even try do get rid of the things they collected over the years. Last year we went to a brunch together and it was a nice experience.

  7. Katie_pol says:

    I remember properly developing film- mostly because my grandfather set up a proper developing dark room for himself and my father, as they are both very gifted photographers.

    I remember my grandpa teaching me how to develop photos when I was a child, and it’s a treasured memory, so thank you for reminding me of that. Unfortunately dad says he’s now far too busy to develop his own pictures (and he usually only takes photos when on vacation these days), so he’s switched to digital.

    But I still remember the smell of a proper darkroom. And while you can do a lot with digital these days, it just doesn’t have the same magic. Though I’m obviously biased.

    Though I’m sure my daughter and I would (if going by the practical only rules) end up buying each other the same gifts! My father and grandpa were photographers, and my daughter and I prefer drawing and painting. Apparently art runs in the family 😊

  8. Mario Vega says:

    I still shoot film, and you are absolutely correct! It it forces the photographer to slow down and think about composition. After all, you only get 36 shots in a roll. Love the videos by the way!

  9. Susan Parker Thompson says:

    I remember many kinds of film, and sending it away and waiting for it to come in the mail. I'd have to save my allowance to pay for the developing fee.

  10. Rachel Tetemanza says:

    I absolutely love my Instax camera! (I got it as a gift a few years ago.) My best friend has one as well! Highly recommend it to anyone! Especially if you love art/color! If you know someone who has an Instax camera already, you can get them loads of accessories (camera cases, photo books, cute sticker borders, etc.)

  11. Lo Lo says:

    🎄 great tips! 🎄
    the bagpack 😳 – I want!
    To give things to do – spa, museum, flying weightless, theater etc is great gifts.

    Me and my 2 daughters will go and see ’The Nutcracker’
    – they don’t know it yet 🥰

    Buy less/if u know the person, get what they are into/enjoy things together:
    Scrabble anyone?
    🎄 🎄 🎁 🎁 🎄 🎄

  12. K P says:

    Justine can you make a video on wearing high waisted jeans with belts in the loops and different shirt tucks. I know this is the trend currently but my friends and I have different opinions on what might look best, like is black or brown belts better, dark or light wash jeans, skinny or wide belts, front tuck or half tuck shirt. You know style best and if you made a video we all could use your outfits as inspiration to figure out what style combo we like for this kind of outfit style.

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