crochetclouds:


Close up of the 4 strand French braid
Tutorial here:
http://www.crochetclouds.com/2011/10/4-strand-french-braid-tutorial.html


I just cut my hair 7” so that I can just put my hair in a pony tail, but this photo and tutorial are making me rethink my decision.

crochetclouds:

Close up of the 4 strand French braid

Tutorial here:

http://www.crochetclouds.com/2011/10/4-strand-french-braid-tutorial.html

I just cut my hair 7” so that I can just put my hair in a pony tail, but this photo and tutorial are making me rethink my decision.

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People have asked me what blogs do I follow. The blog I follow for jewelry is not a DIY blog, but an inspirational one and it also lets me see new uses for materials like polymer clay, felt, paper etc… It is the French site Bijou Contemporain Jewelry here. These photos are just a few from a huge post done on Rings & Nature. This blog showcases big exhibits, small exhibits, individual craftspeople etc… It impeccably credits all jewelry, which makes me incredibly happy.
Top block clockwise from top left: Nora Rochel, Nora Rochel, Ute Kolar (Austrian living in Italy) - anello bosco 2009, Nora Rochel.
Lower block: Ana Hagopian - paper rings.

People have asked me what blogs do I follow. The blog I follow for jewelry is not a DIY blog, but an inspirational one and it also lets me see new uses for materials like polymer clay, felt, paper etc… It is the French site Bijou Contemporain Jewelry here. These photos are just a few from a huge post done on Rings & Nature. This blog showcases big exhibits, small exhibits, individual craftspeople etc… It impeccably credits all jewelry, which makes me incredibly happy.

Top block clockwise from top left: Nora Rochel, Nora Rochel, Ute Kolar (Austrian living in Italy) - anello bosco 2009, Nora Rochel.

Lower block: Ana Hagopian - paper rings.

DIY French Kiss. Cross Stitch. Bisou = kisses in french. Download the simple grid on french site Brodyzen Creations here. 

DIY French Kiss. Cross Stitch. Bisou = kisses in french. Download the simple grid on french site Brodyzen Creations here. 

Bernardaud’s “Geraldine’s” bowls. When you fill them with liquid, the outline of an cat (bird or wolf shapes also available) will appear. photo from Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2011. Spotted at The Mirthmobile here. They go on to write: 

These were designed by Geraldine de Beco, a young French designer, for Bernardaud, a fancy French porcelain manufacturer. So fancy, in fact, that one of these lovely pieces will set you back $189. 

Has anyone else thought of this great idea? Can someone Targetize it?

Bernardaud’s “Geraldine’s” bowls. When you fill them with liquid, the outline of an cat (bird or wolf shapes also available) will appear. photo from Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2011. Spotted at The Mirthmobile here. They go on to write: 

These were designed by Geraldine de Beco, a young French designer, for Bernardaud, a fancy French porcelain manufacturer. So fancy, in fact, that one of these lovely pieces will set you back $189. 

Has anyone else thought of this great idea? Can someone Targetize it?