I’m a bit frozen when it comes to jewellery or photography at the moment. In order not to disappear completely from the face of the earth, here’s something I made just before the end of last year… Tudor necklace
Knock, knock! Who’s there? New Year! Happy 2011!
To all my readers, Merry Christmas! Have a lovely holiday season! Nouveau Baroque earrings in black/emerald
Heading towards North Carelia on a train that’s already two hours late, in -30 degrees, through the dark woods and snowy landscape bathing in cold moonlight. It’s almost Christmas.
… like everyone else. But tomorrow we step on the train and the running and stressing stops for a few days. Finally. Now I’ll just have to finish packing.
I talk to the tree. Amateurs sleep at night. Early risers, please don’t get offended.
Sunday evening relaxation includes Marvin Gaye, Taylors of Harrogate green tea with jasmine, gingerbread cookies and beautiful papers & ribbons. What did you do today?
I’m busy with my tree. Is there anything more soothing after a hectic day than decorating a beautiful tree? Classic ornament bought from New York in 2007. The shop is really worth a visit if you happen to be there. Authentiques, 255 West 18th Street, Chelsea, NY. The tree has been melting in the attic all day and I’ve only just started adding the lights and unpacking ornaments. That’s why…
In my home neighbourhood there are many nice shops and also studio spaces of creative folk that often feature interesting window displays. The craziest and most hilarious window belongs without a doubt to textile artist Sirkka Könönen, who is known (among many other things) for her incredibly ornate and skillfully knitted clothes and accessories. They are not at all my style, but the window of her studio/shop/showroom always makes me…