woohoo witchy woman... don't worry i'm not gonna sing the rest of the song haha. It's more of a reference to the multiple witchery items i am wearing. I'm so glad turtle necks are resurfacing... they are so warm and cozy!
Ok so i may be a little behind times in the computer tech world but none the less... i'm getting there. So i just made my first gif!!! i always wondered how people did it, but never bothered to google or you tube it. But then i came across a blog with screen dumps showing how to do it.... easy as pie, and now i know how to do a gif! If anyone else is curious go to http://www.makeagif.com/
I was so stoked when Molly for Foam Magazine approached me about writing a small article on my jewellery. It may sound stupid, but i'm always shocked when someone actually likes my jewellery enough to do a post about it lol. You can check out the post in person HERE, and you can also check out Molly's own blog Vixxxen, HERE
Self claimed drawer, painter, tea-drinker, self-taught San Franciscan artist.... amen. Her work is the bomb, i want to buy a whole bunch of different prints to frame and put up in my house. Choosing is the hard part!!
A new comer to The Village Markets this month was Daughter... Illustrations by the talented Carmel Dunne. I am always a sucker for good illustration mixing both pencil and watercolours.. but then add one of my favourite aussie models, bambi, and i'm sold!! I bought the gorgeous illustration of bambi at the markets on Sunday, and i can't wait to put it in a frame and hang it on my wall next to my Kelly Smith illustration!! Maybe i will start a collection of illustrations from talented young Australian artists.
Anywho, i would definitely recommend you check them out, and hopefully daughter will be back at the next Village Markets with some new amazing prints!