Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Thursday, 31 May 2018
Friday, 11 May 2018
|Marrakech travel poster - HeyDayDesignsUK|
|Florence travel poster - ThePrintArcade|
|London Battersea travel poster - LawandMoore|
|Helsinki poster - PierrPrint|
|Loch Ness travel poster - HandsOffMyDinosaur|
Tuesday, 24 April 2018
Sunday, 15 April 2018
Friday, 6 April 2018
Friday, 30 March 2018
I made this little organza pouch as an alternative to a flower girl basket.
It's light and versatile and the easiest thing to be packed into a suitcase for, say, a destination wedding....
I've added two loops -on either side of the handle- so that any kind of embellishment can be added. I was thinking a ribbon with flowers would be a nice touch.Tied with a pretty bow and enough left to trail down.
Saturday, 24 March 2018
I made this flower wand the other day. It's got a big peony-like flower, tulle leaves and trailing organza ribbons so ethereal that they seem to float down rather than cascade down.
I can see it being carried down the aisle by smiling flower girls or being propped in a pretty glass bottle, jar or vase as table decor just about anywhere.
I like the result so much that I've started experimenting with other colours, shapes, sizes and styles for the flowers, the ribbon and even the wooden dowel itself.
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Tuesday, 6 March 2018
While the black flowers on this flower crown seem to have a blue tinge, they're actually ink black with a hint of gold and bronze thrown in - and they are made from these black organza flowers.
Wednesday, 21 February 2018
These are large black organza flowers I made for a special project.
There's eight of them - in the two different sizes shown in these pictures.
They're actually darker than the pictures show. They're jet black with no hint of blue at all. Both the organza used for the petals and the tulle are as black as night.
The only relief from the darkness of the flower comes in the form of the gold stamens in the centre and and a hint of dark bronze organza in the mix to highlight the black and give the flower some depth and interest. Can you see it?