This week I got to experience something new – I was a host for my first guest author – Kay, and now I am a guest author myself! It is exciting, huge learning process of what other people find as a source of their motivation and how do they put words together creating amazing …
What carries you away and makes you step on a path of creativity, adventure and motivation? What is that spark, splash or maybe a dash of inspiration that keeps you going? Me and Kay from “Suddenly they all died” decided to embark on a journey of exploration to answer the question that always … Continue reading INSPIRATION? Tell me more…
The theme of this week: split-second story. I will agree that split-second story can be interpreted in many variations. In my opinion nothing tells a story better than a sculpture, a monument, a set in stone tribute to the history. In this gallery you will find a collection of my travel photos of monuments … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: SPLIT-SECOND STORY
Vote here at Project Sewn Burda style studio here Guest post at The Monthly Stitch This week’s topic for Project Sewn was to showcase your signature style. My signature style for years has been: gentle, feminine and hand-made. I was making hand-made items since I was about 12 or so. I really do enjoy that, … Continue reading My Signature Style: gentle, feminine and hand-made
A picture of a picture in the picture – that is truly a TWIST! I was trying to grasp for some inspiration yesterday and could not figure out anything better than sketch my own shoes as I was sitting on our doorstep. Enjoy! Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: TWIST
Okay, truth is, today I failed on making my most favorite cupcakes in the world – carrot cupcakes. God only knows why, but they turned out bitter. I studied recipe for 10 times, tried to analyze what could go wrong. Was it baking soda, or carrots themselves, or maybe oil??? Bitter with myself and … Continue reading Chasing summer with Burda’s shorts and “failed” skirt turned into a top
First things first: Vote and view my dress on Project Sewn – here Burda style studio – here At first glance there is nothing Greek about this dress, but… despite the fact that this is female dress it was inspired by male Greek toga. Well, nowadays it is called shirt dress. Also, I just found … Continue reading Greek inspired dress for Project Sewn!
I love flowers more than anything: the beauty they bring, the magic they reveal… I love flowers in my wardrobe: flower prints, shapes and anything else flower related. Couple of days ago I made these simple leather bracelets with suede flowers. So simple, but for some reason I am in love! Hope you enjoy! Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: flowers and art
Two days ago absolutely exhausted, but very happy we arrived back home from Renaissance Pleasure Faire in California. It was a long 4 h drive, but it was totally worth it. Everything: dressing up in costumes, performances, vendors, food and attractions excites us and this faire had it all to offer! It was a … Continue reading Work of art: Renaissance Pleasure Faire, California.
I believe that as far as art goes I am one lucky person. I see art, I touch it and I create it almost every single day. It is all around me: canvas, designed clothing, food art, art of literature. Despite the fact that human race is the biggest creator and consumer of art … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: Work of ART