December 29, 2012

My golden monkey clutch

A clutch, made from a sunglass case and a playmobil monkey...
An easy diy lovely clutch for a special night....

December 27, 2012

December 22, 2012

Collage necklace

Linen backround, lace, old newspaper, a rusty key and  a piece of a tea can, are the materials i used for this necklace!!

December 21, 2012

Lace necklace

Black & White.....  grandmother's piece of handmade lace, now is a pretty necklace!!

December 9, 2012

November 12, 2012

November 11, 2012

Still autumn

Waterfall... Lesvos island
Even though the water is very cold, it is a refreshing experience....

November 10, 2012

A Burlap 'carpet'

A piece of burlap, some
colourful wool, a stitching
balloon, my cat and the
pic nic 'carpet' is ready!!!

October 23, 2012


Hidden in a rock cave .... Chapel....  Lesvos island

October 19, 2012

lace detail

Detail of the jewelry stand,  below... A lace and a driftwood, on the top of the cabinet, a cute idea for your earrings....

October 18, 2012


How to transform an old cabinet to a happy jewelry stand...

October 2, 2012

Sheepish Yarn Bombing Day Results!

This is Meredith's blog, that ispired me for yarn bombing... Thank you sheepish girl!!!

Sheepish Yarn Bombing Day Results!

It's official. Sheepish Yarn Bombing Day was a success! I had so much fun checking everyone's pictures on Twitter and Instagram this weekend. I didn't think my smile could possibly get any wider each time a new photo popped up on my feed. Your photos kept me company while I not-so-patiently waited for a break in the rain showers so I could get out there and set up my own yarn bomb. Even though I had to wait until Sunday afternoon I finally stitched my knit pumpkin on the railing next to my soggy and faded strawberry creation from June. Ok, one railing has something for summer, the other for fall...if they are still around in December I guess I should give another railing something for winter? If that strawberry is still there in December I pretty much have to keep going! Haha. I really love how the pumpkin turned out. The colors are so warm and the pumpkin is perfect for the first day of October. What a great way to start a new month! 
I am still blown away by how many people participated! It is so great to see all of your photos in one place. I wish I could have see them (and you!) in person, confidently spreading a little yarn love around your neighborhood. I enjoyed reading the blog posts about your experiences too. For whatever reason, yarn bombing is a surprisingly fun and confidence-boosting experience! 

Emma // Kelli

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