Recently I have been very busy, as people who read this blog might have noticed by the lack of blog posts and the space between every time I do post anything. I promise to update my blog during the coming weekend with my latest work, and I also plan to make a blog post on my room, which is where I like to work. I will introduce you to all the little bits and pieces that inspire me. Here is a little taster:
I was given this beautiful piece of work made by my talented best friend Laura Wolfram, and I absolutely love it. The pink plastic cuckoo clock is from Urban Outfitters, and it's probably the tackiest kitsch item that I own.
For my house mate Kat's birthday we went to Aldresford to have a little look around. There was a very cute little boutique there called 'Lavenders', where I bought this beautiful card:
It was made by a company called V V Rouleaux (which is a ribbon company if I'm not completely wrong). When I bought it they put it in a bag made out of recycled Indian newspaper. On the label it stated that the bags had been made by an NGO whose main objective is to provide education and shelter to street children. So as well as looking awesome, they are eco-friendly and they help get kids off the street. I think this is a brilliant idea, and that more shops should do the same. If you own a shop and you're interested in these bags visit The India Shop here.