I have been looking for a tree like this for a while, and found this white one in Hobbycraft. I haven’t done much with it yet, although I bought some cute wooden toadstool hanging decorations from Sass & Belle and Covent Garden. For now I have decorated it with my pink and purple baubles from last year. This isn’t just a christmas tree I want to decorate it seasonally all year round! Flowers and animals for spring and summer, rustic woodland autumn and winter frost!
I had a great day today with Joey from So Joey, talking about our dreams (and plans!) for our own craft shop and café, and making pretty our filofaxes!
Joey makes her own pretty dividers!
Me and Joey
My first attempt at customising, some glass tape on the front page.
The dividers Joey has made for me!
This is just exactly what I want, so I am on the lookout for a cupboard like this to customise!
Photo found here
Big thanks to Joey at ‘So Joey’ for blogging an interview with me!
Check it out at So Joey Creates
I recently attended the book launch of Sarah Corbett’s ‘A Little Book of Craftivism’, as one of the crowdfunders via the website Indiegogo. This book is a great introduction to craftivism, as well as having ideas for projects to get involved with, and inspiration to keep you going! This form of activism enticed me as a shy quiet person I didn’t feel I wanted to go out, join groups and shout. That doesn’t mean that you have to always be alone, as there plenty of chances to meet other craftivists or start your own group and spread the word!
This is just such a beautiful book, it is pocket sized, and has some lovely photos. It would also make a great gift for anyone, you don’t even have to be crafty to support them- they use the term ‘craptivist’!
Sarah Corbett with the Little Book of Craftivism
Check out http://craftivist-collective.com/