Thursday, March 31

Melbourne Finders Keepers Wrap up!

What a lovely weekend we had down in Melbourne! Below are some pics of the event.

Pics from my stall!

Paper installation by Trial and Error

Installation by Emily Nolland

Sunday, March 20

Greenhouse By Joost

I had the pleasure of visiting the beautiful Greenhouse by Joost at Corner Cove in Circular Quay the views are incredible and the drinks and food were very tasty! Its a no waste restaurant/bar and is made entirely by recycled materials. If you haven't visited already you must try and go before it goes!

New Jewellery!

I have been working very hard preparing for the Melbourne Finders Keepers and below is some of the things I will have available there, including some brand new pieces!

New pieces! Vintage enamel rings, vintage plastic studs and wooden and plastic brooches

Wednesday, March 16

BJD at Leeloo!

Check out some of my goodies now available at online boutique Leeloo!

And thankyou to the lovely Renee Anne for the beautiful photographs of my pieces.

Friday, March 11

Scandinavian pattern

What a delight this little collection is, a mix of retro and repro from around the world!

From Far Left:Mug from Tawnillia ,
Retro storage container from Oliver Bonas,
Cutting Board from Lotta Kuhlhorn,
Cup and saucer by Gustavsberg Bersa,
Thermos by Leasvintage,
Folk heart metal tray by Modfolk,
Bowl by Catherineholm
Leaf cup by ISAK

Green Thumb

I was feeling a bit green so i decided to try my luck with a little home grown herb garden!

You will need:

x1 bag of potting mix
x1 wooden box or other pot/planter box of some sort
garden tools suck as small shovel and fork
3-4 potted herbs

Pop some holes in the bottom of the box if it doesn't already have them, then simply pour the potting mix into the box until it is almost full.

Make wells in the soil, remove the herbs from the pots and place in the holes, add a tad more potting mix and press the soil until it is firm and the plants are sitting upright.

And there you have a cute little herb garden, I used these lovely little garden labels from
Little Jane Street!

I've also got my eye on these fabulous pear garden stakes by Candy Stripe Cloud

Mmmm More vintage plastic flowers!

My collection of vintage plastic and enamel is growing bigger by the week and below are some exiting new pieces that will become of them...

These beauties are going to be rings when they grow up!

New! Little vintage plastic studs!

More brooches