Voici quelques beaux bloggers (I think that’s right)

Bonjour bonjour ! J’ai composé ce poteau entier dans le babelfish – ainsi mon Français peut être peu un bizarre. J’avais regardé beaucoup de blogs français récemment – tant de jolies choses et de femmes douées. It’ ; genre de s de disparition gentille à un monde d’imagination complet pendant un moment où vous autrefois vous can’ ; t même a lu ce qu’être la réalité pourrait. Joignez-ainsi moi dans certaines de mes trouvailles françaises récentes.

Hello hello! I have composed this entire post in babel fish – so my French may be a little bizarre. I have been gazing at a lot of french blogs lately – so many pretty things and talented women. It’s kind of nice disappearing into a complete fantasy world for a while where sometimes you can’t even read what the reality might be. So join me in some of my recent French finds.

Les Zigouis – which also has a sound track of rolling french songs, so crank up the volume and immerse yourself.

Like a Butterfly in Your House – which hasn’t been updated since last October but look at that beautiful quilt!

L’e dans l’a

Lili Scratchy

Happy Doll & Happy to See You

Gini Helie

Lilie Mélo


Do you have any French favourites?

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30 Responses

  1. Carolyn says:

    Bonjour Loobylu! And, that’s about the point my French runs out…My fave french site is Chocolate & Zuccini: http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ Clothilde writes about her foodie adventures in her Parisian kitchen. She has also written 2 cookbooks. Mmmm, chocolate avec une flourish francais!

  2. Emily says:

    I LOVE Lili Scratchy too, what an amazing creative family! I’ve been looking at a lot of french as well as I’ve been designing this cover http://emieye.blogspot.com/2010/03/another-book-cover.html for a French Studies book, edited by a good friend of mine. I love the words, though I don’t understand many of them!

  3. Emily says:

    ps, oh gosh what a gorgeous baby on Le dans la!

  4. Barbara B. says:

    the translation is very funny!merci pour les liens:-)I didn’t realized that “like a butterfly” hadn’t update since last october…holalafew lovely french blogshttp://minutespapillon.canalblog.com/http://lespetiteschosesdepiou.blogspot.com/http://singlecrochet.blogspot.com/thanks again from France.

  5. Olivia says:

    I personally LOVE Lilie Mlo!! I’ve been a fan of hers for many years ;)That doll face photo that accompanies this post (I recall when you initially shared that photo a few years ago — I believe you got it through ebay?) What is the name of the artist who created it — or where can I find something similar? I’ve been wanting a little treasure like that!


    • Claire says:

      It’s a factory produced plastic doll face – they come up on ebay from time to time… just keep an eye out. Occasionally there are some very creepy ones. xx

  6. Olivia says:

    OOh… I dig the creepy ones. I’ll keep a look-out! Thanks for the reply 🙂

  7. Marg says:

    No I don’t have a favourite French blog, but I have a fabulous Norwegian one. The photos are beautiful.


    Google translate is not so good on this, and it is sometimes hilarious reading.

  8. karen says:

    the translation is hilarious I confirm ;o)I like frederique’s blog > http://fredemickadeletc.canalblog.com/ (she takes pictures for Happy To See You ;o) )

  9. your title is right, yes ! (but my english will bring you laugh !)You know that the butterfly is one of the “hundred” blogs of the zigouis ?

    I don’t know meli melo !But I’m reading you for a long time :)have a good day !

  10. librarygirl says:

    http://toujoursdimanche.canalblog.com/just beautiful, countryside, children, clothesadore it.

  11. Megan says:

    Oh, thanks for all these lovely links! I’m going to be busy parked on the couch tonight.

  12. Cassandra says:

    I love reading the french sites. And am proud to say I can now understand a whole lot better than 2 years ago, since moving to Euroland. I confirm, the babelfish translation puts a question mark above my head and a smile on my face when reading what it spat out for you! Thanks for the links, miam-miam!xxx.C (3 weeks to go, whoupiii!)

  13. jo says:

    I checked out Lilie Melo – aren’t those photographs just so – French! I love the delight in little details. Thanks for the links.

  14. KOALA says:

    I have these two for you and thanks for the French blogs that you shared.http://www.vertcerise.com/, http://www.hellocoton.fr/,

  15. Merci Clairie! I just spent a happy hour exploring your links, then following links from those, and so on. But now I have the strongest desire to hang out in le cafe, eat les croissants and wear le beret.

  16. Deb says:

    Funny translation – made me smile 🙂 There are lots of links to French websites on my blog, including some of my favourites Vintage for kidsestaminet coquetRibambins & ribambellesLes petits bonheurs (closed now but fantastic photos) petit bruit

    and mine…

  17. angelique says:

    You should have a look at rose miniscule…she is lovely. I know what you mean about french blogs/lifestyle. They seem to have this savoir faire for it all without looking like they have done the hard yards. I will have a look at your lovely links when I have a moment.http://roseminuscule.blogspot.com/

  18. Zandra says:

    I love Fifi Mandirac. She does also publish in english if you want to cheat and know what she is really saying.http://www.fifimandirac.com/blog/

  19. Cameron says:

    Wonderful collection of links! Thank you for sharing!

  20. Oh thanks for these, I’ll keep dipping into these over the Easter Hol, my french is terrible so I’ll easily be able to immerse myself in the eye candy!! Thanks!

  21. Claire says:

    Must not forget Olivelse.

  22. Amy says:

    It may have been already mentioned, but if not, I’m sure you and many of your readers will love this one:http://del4yo.squarespace.com/

    “Non Dairy Diary”, by a French Illustrator living in San Francisco, and almost always translated into English, with lots of sharing of patterns and crafts for personal use!

    Amuses-toi bien!

  23. del4yo says:

    you might like “le haut clos” from one of the girls of “tambouille”, Clo:http://lehautclos.fr/

    She’s an artist living in a old house with 4 children in Impressionist country. Here blog is very delicate, and fun too. I love it because it’s not a life shown with art like most blog, but a real journal written by an artist. It has a genuine feel, I love it!

    (thanks to Amy for linking me, what a surprise!)

  24. Helen says:

    Oh my goodness I think you would love http://thesewercat.blogspot.com/, gorgeous photos, fabrics and quilts. Everything is beautiful. And then there are her favourite links at the bottom of the page. Be warned…whole days of your life might disappear!

  25. lilie says:

    oh thank you so much!It’s such a nice surprise to discover my blog on your beautiful place…My link among other I already like, among other I discover with pleasure .I don’t really know what means french style and I guess my words are often like a babelfish funny translation… But I’ve chosen to write in english because my favourite feeling about blogs is how I can through my screen and to feel some closer correspondance with so many different people around the world. So inspiring !It’s always a source of enchantement to me.

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