1. Downing tote in english saddle 2. Perforated front shell top 3. Raw Quartz earrings in Grey 4. Downing tote in black 5. Florabotanica 6. Alison embellished front tank 7. Chambray utility pant 8. Wendy wooden heel 9. Shadow bird dress 10. Callie metallic sandals
With my plans to move soon I also want to set up myself an office area so I can do my own personal projects at home comfortably. I’m loving yellow at the moment! It lights up a room and just sits there looking cheerful. I have started collecting but here is my end goal:
Working in an office, in a chair, at a desk, with a computer tapping the keys all day, everyday, gets very monotonous. Being a creative person I need an outlet thats more creative or I go crazy. So as an early birthday present my boyfriend (he is usually the person who has to put up with my crazy) had a great idea to pay my way through a creative course.
I had no idea how many courses there are in the Wellington region! Theres a creative outlet for everything from pottery to web design. Being a bit over whelmed I chose to do a course a friend had done so I knew it was good.
A silver smithing jewellery course!
Its so much fun! I say that only having been to one class but I made my very first ring out of copper as you can see below..
It feel like forever ago but only a few weeks ago I was traveling around the South Island, New Zealand with my boyfriend in his little nana car struggling to go up hills. One of the places I loved is also one of the most popular tourist destinations of New Zealand.
Such a beautiful place! Packed full of amazing restaurants, craft beer, and of course souvenir shops. Amongst all this hustle and bustle of tourists I discovered this cute little design shop which I cannot remember the name of but WOW I just loved everything I saw! But my absolutely mostest, favouritest thing I saw was these prints by Laura Shallcrass. The detail is inspiring and simply gorgeous. Being rather low on funds at this stage of the trip I opted for these beautiful postcards that caught my eye but were still super affordable.
So with my good intentions I bought them home wrapped safely in bubble wrap, hidden from the storm that hit that very day, and decided I would frame them as a center piece in the lounge.
These were my three chosen ones for the frames and off to work I went. I got some cheap frames from Briscoes because there is always a sale on so I was bound to find something cheap. As I suspected I found some for $7 each. Unfortunately when i got them home the cardboard frame inside was awkwardly small so I went on a mission to get a craft knife to fix this situation.