I tried to take some pics on the go, turned out we didn’t have that much time to do that. But we found I perfect stop to do a random on the spot photoshoot just before getting ourselves some nice wine around the corner of a launderette…
More stories and pics will be posted soon! As well as the art work Liam Sparkes and Valentin Hirsch did for me last weekend. Stay posted!
Finally! It’s time for a holiday.. since my travel trough Asia I haven’t been out of the country at all. I was craving for some free time, fun and friends. So I decided to hop over to England and join my Canadian bestie at the London Tattoo Convention. I’ll be staying a few days with an other Canadian friend and travel buddy, and yes big reunion an other travel buddy from England as well.
I’m so enormously excited! Right now I’m in the bus (yup, took the bus instead of flying, super cheap and fun as well!) thinking about all the fun stuff we’re about to do.. I have been on a shopping diet for ever now, so I’m allowed to do some (vintage!) shopping in London and spice up my winter wardrobe a bit :)
The fact that I’m traveling on my own always feels a little scarry, but so good and free at the same time! Reminds me of backpacking.. man I want to go do that again so badly! But oke, London for now. Hope to have some great nights out with my Canadian galls!
For now I’m gonna have to leave you with this, and I’m gonna try and share so nice photo’s with you the coming days. And for daily photo’s follow my instagram account!
I’m working on some tote bags myself. Just as small gifts for friends or to use as grocery bags etc.
I think they’re the most handy bags in the world! And so easy to make. Just buy a fabric pencil and draw something cool on it!
This Vlisco wax print bag I made myself. I still had some fabric left from the jeans jacket diy I did a while ago.
It was precisely enough to make this bag out of it, and I recycled a pair of shoulder straps from another bag to finish it.
A few weeks ago I DIY’ed my own party decoration. It was just a small b-day party, but wanted to cheer up the place a bit. So I decided to buy some crepe paper, coloured carton, string-rope and used some glue and scissors. In a couple hours of cutting triangles, creating the fringes and watching series at the same time I was done making these easy decorations! And it’s very low on costs as well! perfect for students or small party’s.
I twisted the streamers and fringes around some carton cards afterwards, so I can use them again another time. I forgot to take photo’s of the streamers hanging, not really smart of me! But I made 3 streamers of different lengths, tied the ends together so they made a bow of 3 lines under each other. They looked really cute.
I feel it’s time for some new ink again. I’ve came across some amazing tattoo artwork the last couple of months that inspired me big time. I’m not going to tell you what I’m up to yet.. But I sure want to share these amazing tats with you! Aren’t they original and gorgeous?
I’m intrigued by this picture. A moment captured so real and vivid.
I love her style, and she kind of looks like my mom did in her 20’s.
So cool this style is parallel to our style now at while I’m in my 20’s as well!
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