Materials needed and florals used
Infinity Wreath Wire cutters 22-gauge floral wire Shears Floral tape 1 dried King Protea 3 Magnolia stems 4 Pampas Grass stems 20 Bunny Tail stems Additional florals: Billy Balls, Globe Amaranth and Eucalyptus
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What you need
White fondant Food colouring, blue, red, yellow, green, black etc Rolling pin
Cut your fondant into smaller balls. kneed your food colouring into each ball, do as many colours as you would like. Roll your blue into a log shape. (this is for the body and the legs). Then divide the feet and the body. create shapes. Next mould the yellow for the body. (choose a colour you would prefer, it is up to you) Roll out your black fondant and cut out some eye. Stick them on the head. Then choose colours you would like to put on the back of the turtle and roll out a small piece, then cut out small circles. Now stick the pieces on the back of the turtle.
Put aside to dry for an hour or more before picking up.
I am extremely obsessed with decorative tiles, what ever purpose it is used on, whether it is used on floors, or from floor to ceiling walls.
I came across these in the shop window of
Best Flooring Solutions. The intricate tile work made a good impression on me.
This inspired me to search for some ideas on Pinterest. Here are some of my finds.
If there is one skill I wish I had perfected, is sewing. I wonder do they still teach kids these skills in school? Home economics was great for me, as a kid you could learn how to knit, stitch, crochet and sew amongst other skills.
I found this really cool lady on Instagram called Elly, she creates these amazing, fun, colourful and unique items. They are all handmade and I am in absolute awe.
Currently Elly York workshop on Etsy is currently on a short break. Her Etsy shop will reopened on March 2nd!
I love Jenni’s blog, I Spy DIY , I saw this project with would be great for a February project. To see this blog in full check it out
Jenni also has a Youtube Channel.
‘Dentelle et Guirlandes’ A collaborative porcelain collection
hand-thrown by Robert Siegel and hand-painted by Stephanie Kao
Knitting Inspiration Board by thestyleartisan featuring white home decor
Ft Markus Lupfer white t-shirt