Creative Sunday #17 – Winter time

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Hello Creative Sunday lovers,

Right before the Christmas crazyness (a.k.a. end of November), we organized a winter edition. This time, we were at Bon Jour, a beautiful coworking space in Ixelles.Bon Jour (“Good Day” in French) is welcoming and charming. The perfect place to be all year long but especially when days get shorter and shorter. The main room has a very large table to welcome everyone and a great mezzanine on the top, that’s where we placed the beauty workshop. The D.I.Y. workshop was in the basement, in a cosy room with a nice atmosphere, just like everywhere at Bon Jour. The cooking workshop was in another room with large windows showing the street. Now that the scene is set, let’s see it in details…

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*Cooking workshop with Mechouia*

With her mediterranean roots, our guest Latifa from the blog Mechouia proposed to make samosas with a mediterranean touch. There were two kinds of samosas, the ones cooked in the oven and the ones fried in a pan. Both were equally good, as you can imagine! For more pictures of the cooking workshop, visit Fouettmagic.

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*Beauty workshop with Mademoiselle Rose*

Our guest Maïe-Lenn launched her own beauty institute called Mademoiselle Rose when she realized she truly loved making people beautiful. She came at this Creative Sunday with the perfect idea before the holiday season: a course on the smoky eye technique. All the girls were pretty quiet and paying attention to her pieces of advice.

Of course, Maïe-Lenn also taught the girls how to create a natural make up to not only take care of the eyes but the whole face.

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*D.I.Y. workshop with ID Mobiles*

Our D.I.Y. guest of the day was Inês, from the blog ID Mobiles. As Inês loves doing origami (she creates beautiful mobiles), she suggested to create some Christmas tree decoration. Inês showed how to create this geometric ball made of two sheets of paper folded the same way. She came with a lot of sheets of paper so the girls could choose their own mix. The results were beautiful!

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*CheeseBOX*

The photo booth was installed close to the main entrance, in front of a well-decorated wall. As usual, we took a lot of pictures but we were not the only ones… It was a real success. You can see all the pictures here.

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*Goodies Bags*

Our goodies bag was in a “Christmas” mood, giving presents before even being in December. In it, there were socks, granola, a plant, a drink, a pot of sauce and a magazine.

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*Thank YOU*

As the Creative Sundays are always supported by many people, let us thank everyone. So thank you to…

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The next Creative Sunday will be on March, 12 and on March, 19 for the first edition in Paris. Mark your calendar!
(For more details, like our Facebook page or visit our website.)

See you soon!

Marine & Anne-Laure

© Pictures Elodie Deceuninck

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