About 2 weeks ago I filled up my notebook. It was really important for me during the last year. I wrote in it nearly everything I thought, liked and wanted to be remembered of. In the end it was full of notes, sketches, crocheting patterns, ideas, to do lists – full of thoughts.
I really came to appreciate to have always a notebook in my bag. It’s good to know that you have something near you where you can write down what you’re thinking. It helped me incredibly much.
When it was full I knew that I needed a new one – quickly!
So I made this one last week:
It’s in an A5 format to fit perfectly in my every day bag.
I tried a new method when I made the book case. I glued some thread on the board before I covered it with linen. When I covered it I pressed it in with foam rubber to form the shape of the letters.
From now on it’s my daily companion.
I hope you like it.
What relation do you have to notebooks?
Have a nice day ❤️
Happy Easter to all of you! 🙂
When I thought about a quick and small present for my family I remembered a incredibly cute kitty planter which I’ve seen some time ago on Pinterest (here the link to the page for the DIY http://www.brudiy.com/blog/posts/maceta-gatuna). So I decided to use some old plastic bottles and make some sweet bunny planters by myself.
It’s a preetty quick project. You just have to mark the shape on the bottle, cut it and spray it with white paint. Let it dry and then use a permanent marker to draw a cute face on the front 🙂
I bought some sea pink flowers and plant it in the flower pots.
DIY bunny planters from old plastic bottles
I hope you like it!
I’m so busy these days.
I did lot of stuff for my portfolio because I have to hand it in on Thursday.
I promise that I’ll tell you something more about it when I’ve time.
So here is a sneak peak for you…
In letzter zeit bin ich so beschäftigt.
Ich habe sehr viel an meiner Mappe gearbeitet, denn ich muss sie am Donnerstag abgeben.
Ich verspreche, dass ich mehr darüber erzähle und zeige, wenn ich wieder Zeit habe.
Aber hier ist schonmal ein kleiner Einblick…