Dream room, dream cactus, dream textiles, dream everything 🌵✨ By @societyofwanderers @cricket_studio / styled by @ncinteriors via @originmagazine
I had so much fun making wreaths this year. Foraging for the foliage and greenery in the snow (an absolute first!), choosing the ribbons, wrapping and twisting the long vines to build the frame...It was a weekend-long process, but i loved every second of it (even the clean-up part!). Anything that gives me the opportunity to retreat from the business of this time of the year, I seize. Anything that allows me to create with my hands - mind drifting and wandering all the while - infuses me with a quiet sense of joy. To me, the holiday season has a lot to do with the confort that comes with what’s familiar. But it’s also l about a urge to slow down. And slowing down to make a wreath, as prosaic is it might sound, is a cure against days that slip in between our fingers, unnoticed. Bringing the season into our homes after an uplifting walk in the chilly air; taking in the resinous scent of pine and fir as we weave; watching the short day fade away; turning on a candle to admire what we’ve created: it’s mundane. It’s slows time down a bit. And it’s just plain beautiful. .
I had as much fun crafting wreaths as I did putting together the short tutorial you so enthusiastically asked for. I’m no florist, mind. But I have a few tips to share with you on how to make your wreath from scratch, with only foraged, all-natural elements and very basic tools (also, with no special skills required). If you like, you can grab it for free via the link in profile. I hope you enjoy it and that you find it useful. And if you then decide to give wreath-making a go, do share & tag your creations with #VNWreathTutorial - I’d absolutely love to see them!
Könnt ihr mir irgendwelche Tipps zum Verhandeln bei einem großen Antiquitätenhändler geben? Es geht um einen tollen alten Schrank, den ich unbedingt haben muss 😍 ... aber der natürlich viel zu teuer ist 😩Aber wie man bei alten Möbeln verhandelt... Keine Ahnung 😁
Repost & Credit: @mistymountainhop
Afternoon 💛 How’s everyone’s head?! Looks like half my feed were getting very merry last night including myself 🥂🎄👯♀️🎅🏻. We had such a fabulous night with my guys and girls but definitely felt a little fragile this morning, I didn’t even think we drank that much but clearly I had not done the math. Alonso had his first sleepover with his Nana and Gaga, didn’t miss me at all! 😬😂🙈❤️
Ocean art on clocks! Yes! You can choose from three frame colours, but I like the white and natural wood options. Swipe to see two more designs. Which one is your favourite 1, 2, or 3? . . 💙
If you want to see more of my designs, the link is in my profile.
We gave the classic Chesterfield a modern makeover and the result is one of our most popular sofas. Sweeping scroll arms, aged wooden legs and deep-buttoning give it a timeless look, but a plain, coil-sprung seat gives it a modern twist as well as lots of lovely extra boinginess. The scatter cushions aren’t included, but we’d be happy to make some for you.
A pretty little mocha-coloured mini made this weekend ☕️ 🍫
Hi guys, I already feel Christmas in the air!
Еach Sunday I am posting a small tutorial with decoration tips!
This is the fourth and the last one, , If you want to see the previous three, "Felt birds" and " Rainbow wreath", and "Sweater pillowcase" simply scroll down! 👇👇👇
1. To make a Paperbag star, you need to get 6-8 bags and cut them as shown on picture 2.
2. Glue them together by putting glue on the bottom of a "triangle" and the middle line of a bag. ( upsidedown "T" letter area, pic. 3)
3. When finished, unfold it carefully and stick together opposite rays with glue, tape or paper clip. It is ready to be hanged on the window
4 . Experimenting with cuts while it folded, you can get another shape, and even put a LED light inside. (for this purpose I cut a hole in the bottom of the triangle shape)