If you are asked to draw a house, most probably will end up with something like this. It is the classic house/home/cottage that first comes to our mind when we think of a house. And it is usually outside. But what happens when you bring inside this classic shape and use it for different things - like a shelf or a chop board.
It can create great focal point in any space if it is shaped like a house. If you place simply a house inside a house gives a surreal feeling. And somehow you just want to get into the house in the house, don't you? :) My personal favorite is the strap that holds the books shaped as the silhouette of a house! Such a great idea!
And if all of these seems too much for you, try this: organize some favorite pictures, notes and other cute things into a house shaped wall-art in front of your office desk. It is girlie and messy, and definitely yours.
P.S.: Don't forget, home is where your heart is! XX
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My current addiction - Lana Del Rey. She is so young, fresh and yet old school indie. Looooooove it!
I'm so addicted to her that I yesterday I walked with my ear plugged in. And I never do that, 'cause I really enjoy listening the voices of the city.
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If I think of cotton jersey, it is not only t-shirt, t-shirt, t-shirt, but rather anything but t-shirt. :) I love this amazing fabric, that is so versatile, comfortable and full of potential.
It is very easy to cut a regular t-shirt in so many ways. My favorite is to cut into basic strands and then start the wonder. You can create braids, fringes, accessories, headbands or even can start a bigger project like to crochet a carpet.
For really serious jersey work :) you can buy ready-made jersey strands in a wide range of colors and patterns here.
P.S.: Take a look in you closet, I'm sure you have an old t-shirt that is just waiting to be cut into strands and re-born in a beautiful, new way. XX
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I wanted to do this for so long, but I guess, I missed 4 whole months :) Anyway, here you go: calendar for the dearest flowers of each month.
So far we have (had):
January - Ranunculus
February - Hyacinth
March - Fresia
April - Tulips
May - Lilac
P.S.: ...Stay tuned for the months to come and wait for the beautiful flowers! XX
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