Well, that may be a bit of an overstatement. But it does come from Wonderland, so I guess it’s partly right.
Maybe our swashbuckling leather-waist-coated character could be a book thief, and this book has some kind of ancient magic in it…
Or it could be a book that a young scholar found by accident, and he now studies it by lamplight at his desk…
Maybe I need to put some spells on the left-hand page. That would make it interesting…
It’s a mash-up of ‘doll’ and ‘overalls’, because that’s what I’ve made. Doll overalls. 😀
I think they look really cute with the stripy T-shirt I made a few weeks ago.
Almost gives a Tweedledee and Tweedledum look, doesn’t it? I love how bright and happy this outfit is – perfect for brightening up a cold day!
Anyways, see ya!
Currently, I’m working through an issue with my latest creative project, so today you get more photography instead of a finished project. It will come Saturday, promise!
I do like the picture below.
The flashes of purple are freshly fallen wisteria petals, as we have a wisteria tree in our front garden. It looks incredible, almost like purple snow.
Hope you guys are having a great week, and if not, it’s only two days until Saturday! 😀
One of the projects that has been niggling away at the back of my mind for a good while now has been that of making a leather waistcoat, that’d go over a loose white blouse and give a rugged, slightly Han Solo look.
Well, yesterday I decided enough was enough, and I made it.
I then found this bag (that’s also faux leather) and decided it’d look great with the outfit so far.
It’s almost like you could fit some kind of great treasure in it…..
Anyways, it definitely needs a belt and some pants to go with it. Problem is, I’m not entirely sure what sort of pants to put with it because as good as a yellow skirt looks, it just doesn’t give the Han Solo vibe I’m looking for. Ideas, therefore, are welcome!
I’ve always loved dusk and dawn model horse photography, so I took Empress on a dusk photoshoot last weekend and these are the results.
This one’s an edit of the one above, seeing as it’s my favourite of this shoot.
I love the ethereal look the light at dawn/dusk gives pictures in general, but especially with horses. Pointers, advice, tips, etc. are highly appreciated!