Take your kids into any woods and 9 times out of 10 you’ll come home with sticks (also known as wands, staffs and swords etc) of various shapes and sizes.well we have a few lying around, waiting to jab you in the foot, popular business!
My brain wave for the day came whist looking at little ladys sticks and, not for the first time, wondering why the previous tenants had the stretchy cable used to hang up net curtains, screwed into the wall, what would you hang there, mind you they might of felt about the wall paper/colour they way I do and had some fabric/picture covering it, anyway it came in handy today:)They kind of cheer up the rather revolting blue painted wall paper that has probably been there since 1960+ which I will one day get round to decorating…one day, seen as it’s rented one day might never come!;)
Bet I’ve subconsciously seen it on pinterest! so not really my own bright idea:/
My super lovely step-mum sent me this box full of bead necklaces..but oooo where do I start, late nights ahead in picking them apart and remaking them in to other bits of jewellery and searching for inspiration 🙂 x
Hahahah I have an iPhone! It was given to me… I’m so lucky:) although I would never have bought one myself I can now see me becoming juuuust a little bit addicted to it:0!
I shall now join the millions of professional instagramers and I will be able to blog more…yes this little post is being made on my iPhone hehehe.
This week I shall be preparing for my first market stall, I am totally nervous but it should be fun and now I just have a million bits of jewellery to make!
A long time ago (17yrs!) I completed a year long jewellery course making silver rings, I then had a child and never went back…A few days ago I was playing around with the some jewelery wire and started making rings:) I now have seven, a pendant and a button ring:)
First up little lady made this one:) she loves them.