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Crystal Shine

Is it the sunshine? Or is this the crystal that is so clear and yet, so mystical? According to Feng Shui, crystal brings you money and multiply all positive energy in a room. Mr. Swarovski made a billion-furtune out of it... and if it comes in the pure from of diamond... there are no woman who would say: thanks, but no thanks. :)

Sometimes it is too shiny, sometimes it is too cold or sharpe and rigid... still we love the crystal. Especially how the light brakes through it to million pieces. Take a look in how many forms crystal is around us and we don't even realize it. ...or is its shine that makes us blind to see?

P.S.: Try to hand a crystal in your home to see it is really brings you all that it supposed to bring. Can't hurt, no? :) X

 

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Balloon Love

We love balloons so much we want to take them with us to our home as well! And who tells we can't do it?! :) Le(d)t's Zeppelin away!


...if you want to enjoy the balloon as it it, don't care about anything or anybody... just buy a couple of them for yourself! It is not only for children! :)

P.S.: Buy as many colors as possible! X

 

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If you loved the pom-poms on your knitted hats when you were kid, you will definitely enjoy making these cute colorful, wool pom-poms. They are super-easy to make and are great source of decoration anywhere - in your house, on your clothes or as in my case in the car. :)


You will need: wool thread, cardboard, compass and scissors

1. Cut out two circles from the cardboard with the same size. Then cut out from each of them a smaller sized circle. Place the two pieces on the top of each other.

2. Twist the wool thread all over the cardboard (from the small hole to the sides) as much as you like. The more wool you twist on, the thicker the tuft will be. If you want an extra look, use more colors from the wool thread in the same tuft.

3. Between the two layers of cardboard, cut all the threads and with one single thread tie a knot, so it stays together. After cutting and making a knot we do not need the cardboards anymore. The tuft is ready! If it is necessary you can shape a little bit the help of scissors to get a beautiful, round pom-pom.

...and voila':

P.S.: Use as many colors as possible to achieve a bold and happy look! Enjoy! X

 

 

Get packed and let's leave the hot summer city this weekend. With these amazing vintage suitcases, not only your weekend will be relaxed, but you can travel back in time as well... :)

And if you are not so lucky to have a weekend getaway, you can still sit on, marry, store, pack...


P.S.: If you don't want to use it for anything, it is a great decoration anywhere you put! Just please don't throw them out! X

 

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Sea with KlassDSign

Another hot week ran by, so it is time for our post 'together with KlassDSign'. This week our theme is 'sea'. I hope I will feel a bit less of the hot by looking at these 'cool' pictures. :) Enjoy!


P.S.: I bet you wanna go in right now to have a dip! :)

 

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