I absolutely love the ‘A Beautiful Mess’ blog from Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman. It’s such a lovely blog with the most beautiful pictures. Also great for DIY projects! They also have a shop called ‘Red Velvet’ and I just love the flower patterned scarves they are selling there. They are designed by Elsie herself. Don’t you just love them?
I love this family picture! It’s just perfect and cute. I found it on the Design Crush blog.
I found this Men’s shirt in the thrift store and really wanted to make something cute with it. I decided to make a top out of it and really like how it turned out. It’s really easy to make and you only need a few basic sewing skills to make it.
Learn how to make this cute top from a men’s shirt after the jump. . . continue reading
I really like this way of displaying pictures. Clothes pins and twine are not online for Christmas cards! Picture by Marcos Rivas.
I really wanted a new camera strap for my camera. The original Canon strap just doesn’t do it for me. I mean it’s kind of boring. Besides that it’s like running around with a big advertising sign around my neck. I found a braided leather belt at the thrift store and thought it could be a great camera strap! So today I’m going to show you how to make a fabulous camera strap from a braided belt.
Learn how to make this braided belt camera strap after the jump. . . continue reading
I love this teapot! Love to write a text on my teapot. A new DIY project maybe? This one is from Mr Teacup.
I really love clutches. They are such perfect accessories. Today I want to show you six of my favorites for this summer!
1. This soft pink clutch from H&M is really cute.
2. I love the pattern and the color on this clutch from Forever21.
3. How much fun is this envelop clutch from Lace Affair.
4. This one from H&M is just fabulous!
5. A beautiful clutch from Marc Jacobs. If I ever have the money…
6. How much fun is this cork clutch? It’s from Mod Cloth.
I love this idea for bunting: washi tape! I found it at Remodelista.
I really wanted a vintage stove for my next home. I don’t own an oven right now and that is something I am really missing. I do own a combi microwave but it’s just not the same. Of course I could just have bought a new stove but a vintage stove is so much more special. I love the style and I love it when something has been used for so many years and still looks great. You can’t believe how lucky I felt when my mother told me about something my sister Janet found on the internet. This stove is just perfect! I know that if she could use it my sister would have bought it. But she can’t so I couldn’t resist buying it for myself. Sorry Janet!
Read something about the history from this fifties stove after the jump. . . continue reading
I really like this cute interior design. I love the vintage furniture! Found it at An Indian Summer Design.