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Friday, 28 May 2010
Couldn't resits including this one I just love the colour and it really is pretty.
Real pressed Fuchsia flower preserved in a handmade clear resin teardrop pendant/necklace. On a silver plated curb chain. Made by Shpangle If you visit the website you see lots more goodies including hearts with hundreds and thousands in them.
Thursday, 27 May 2010
Next up we have a very talented photographer.
Young British photographer, Louise Knight-Richardson runs What the Jackdaw Saw on etsy a photographic gallery featuring fine art.
Expect to see hauntingly beautiful and delicate, nostalgic, whimsical, romantic, vintage style images, reminding us what this world is all about.
This is my favourite image Little House Amid the Purple Sea
I couldn't resist putting another one in from Crystal Velvet
I really love the haircomb it is simply and sooo pretty.
The hair clip is in the same range as the Ivory Rose tiara. Created with soft touch life like roses in Ivory and accentuated with Pearls and crystals.
This week feature is flowers. It will be feature crafts that have a flower theme.
First up we have a simply gorgeous tiara created by Crystal Velvet
These stunning silk ivory roses cerate a beautiful look for every bride. They are set with crystal and pearl picks. The banding is encrusted with pearls and delica beads.
I am going to start doing a weekly feature. The theme of the first weekly feature is flowers. So if anyone would like to be featured and makes anything to do with flowers e.g flower necklaces e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your website details and I will have a look at your stuff. All I ask is that you follow my blog.
Saturday, 22 May 2010
My hairdresser has said she will put a basket of my soaps on the counter in the hairdresser to sell. Soooo excited my first shop and no commsion (cos she is soo nice. I am just gong to do 3 designs of around the same soap weight and price them all the same to make it easy for them.