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Behind the Scenes @ Elmastudio

As you may have notices already, it’s really important to us to create kind of personal live demos for our WordPress themes. And we always have such a fun time getting creative and think of some new photo ideas and stories for our live demo blog posts. I would love to have my own personal blog as well and write about food, travels and personal things. Hopefully I can make this dream come true in the next couple of month, but I want to make sure that I will have the time to maintain the blog and write new content often. So for now we enjoy to “get wild” in our live demos and write, take pictures and do some art or graphic work to present our new themes to you :)

Getting Ready for a Creative Day

What should I pack for a creative day outside, maybe writing and sketching some ideas and getting away from the computer for a while. Well, I would take my camera, a book by Seth Godin, my little notebook and a pencil. And to stay comfortable while maybe sitting in a park, I would also need my KeepCup for a Coffee to Go and my favorite jeans and sneakers. Croissant liquorice halvah donut donut donut carrot cake sweet caramels. Pastry cotton candy pudding jelly beans wafer gummi bears sweet unerdwear.com. Apple pie wafer gummi bears topping pudding. Gummi bears pudding sesame snaps cheesecake bear claw tart lemon drops cake ice cream. Fruitcake chocolate bar pastry lemon drops. Cake pie soufflé ice cream liquorice sweet roll unerdwear.com. Pastry toffee sugar plum tootsie roll liquorice jelly. Chocolate sugar plum oat cake. Chocolate bar pie ice cream. Cheesecake caramels fruitcake fruitcake pastry tootsie roll dessert donut. Lollipop liquorice cotton candy toffee chocolate bar macaroon danish cotton candy pie. Ice cream lollipop jelly-o sugar plum brownie oat cake oat cake …

Book Review: Hello Sandwich Tokyo Travel Guide

When we traveled to Japan last year our first stop was Tokyo. Since we were dreaming about visiting Japan for years, we were so exited and started to search for good travel recommendation or guide books. We stumbled over a recommendation for the little self-made “Tokyo Guide” by Hello Sandwich somewhere online rather accidentally. Of course we ordered the little book right away. And we really loved it — it gave us so many ideas what to do in this amazing city away from the typical tourist to do lists. The guide is divided into the different Tokyo neighborhoods and you can just mark an area and explore the sights and recommendations there. We also loved the tip to get a smart card for the Tokyo train and subway net. This way we didn’t have to worry about getting a ticket every time we took the metro. Our favorite area in our (sadly only five days stay) in Tokyo was Shimokitazawa (with cute stores and lovely cafés) and of course Harajuku with its teens dressing …