Monday, December 17, 2012

My final 12.12.12 film



If you ever wondered exactly what I get up to on an ordinary Wednesday, what my morning hair looks like, what Gus has for 'lunch', how many times I have to walk to and from school carrying a scooter, or just how fast I can get the washing up done, then this is the film for you.






I'm so happy to have captured some of my favourite everyday things of this moment in time.  A really special thing to do, I would highly recommend it. And I must thank Xanthe for the inspiration. I didn't think I would get it finished so soon but I was so excited to work on it every morning, I put everything else aside. I think I'm addicted :-)


Here are some instagrams from the weekend...





I hope you had a good one. xxx


22 comments:

  1. Love love love it Fran :) What a wonderful film. I hope I can talk you into teaching me how to do something like this one day.... just beautiful. Love your instagrams too. Kx

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    1. xanthe's the woman for that kylie, her tutorials are so easy to follow. x

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  2. Ah really enjoyed it... perhaps I should try a little film sometime :)

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  3. Oh I watched this earlier, tried to comment and the stupid internet crashed! But I love this film. Your boys rock! Like the little playmobil people in the bath. x

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    1. thanks jen, yes, i'm constantly asked to bring very specific playmobil people up to the bath! x

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  4. Really lovely. It makes me miss Crouch End, though. I think I still have a couple of cds from the library, oops! Looks like you had a great 121212 x

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  5. I used to live on Crescent Road... Thanks for taking me back to Crouch End for a while and most of all, thanks for sharing your day and your family. A lovely film - made me smile, laugh and think...

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  6. You are TOO KIND carrying scooters to school!
    Love it!
    xx

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    1. indeed. there's a slight prob with nursery that i can't leave it there in the morning as the gate gets locked, so i bring it there and back. then he asks me to pull him all the way home, but that's another story! x

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  7. Lovely, something to treasure.

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    1. totally virginia. i want to do more more more!

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  8. Should be doing a million other things right now, but I'm SO GLAD I watched this instead, it's totally brilliant. So many sweet little details, the boys are gorgeous, and I love Gus's very specific requests for lunch! I'm inspired to try and do one next year now. And the soundtrack is perfect - I didn't know that St. Etienne track but will have to find it now.

    xx

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    1. ahh, thanks flora. the track is from an ep called up the wooden hills, made for kids. it's lovely. i used to dance to this track in front of isi when he was a baby in his bouncy chair. he would look at me bemused! x

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    2. Oh thanks, I'll look it up x

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  9. What a wonderful film.

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  10. Ah, just had a moment (procrastinating before sewing) to watch this - so sweet! I love all the domestic stuff that just slides along with it. Great stuff and something to keep for always. x

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