On the island where I came from there is a lot of driftwood to be found. Sure there are some cool things you can make with drift wood but this photo frame really stood out!
(Also because of the beautiful pictures!)
For the full tutoral and other cool stuff check out morning creativity.
Here in Holland school holidays has just started. You can tell it’s quieter on the streets and in the trains.
I figured that at the end if this month kids are starting to get ready to go to their new schools. So they’re getting new stuff and maybe a new little workspace at home.
This diy is a must have for next school year! Easy to make and a big help finding all those items you’d otherwise lose.
Of course you don’t have to go to school to make it cool wall organiser. It’s also pretty good looking in your hallway or above your desk.
For a full description of making this organiser chrck out dawanda blog.
Also the dawanda webshop is a must see! Kinda like etsy but for Germany and Holland.
Today I finished my #100happydays challenge. It took me just a bit over 100 days as I tried to capture whatever makes me happy in a single picture. Every day, 100 days in a row.
What I’ve learned… it’s definitely the small things in life that make me happy. A beautiful flower or a pretty sky. My friends dog or a suprise gift from my boyfriend or my family.
Although I like ‘stuff’ it’s mostly whatever nature gives me that make me humble and happy.
Want to try? Check out 100happydays.com and sign up.
All I need to do now is make my own 100 happy days book so I can look back on this amazing first part of 2014.
For everyone that is still collecting their 100 days I wish you all good luck and much joy!
This week I really wanted to make my own diy but didn’t find the time to do so unfortunately.
Thanks for the internet! Here another one I found on the web this week. And I love it!
This really cute key hook is pretty easy to make and looks amazing in every house! Just a fun little detail in your hallway.
That’s all you need! Toy elephants, a wooden board, (spray) paint and your toolbox!
Big thats for creative soul spectrum for this cool tutorial! (Check out their website for more instructions)
And hopefully one by my own hand next week.
Till then enjoy this one!