Oh my.. this Pom-Pom Balloon DIY has to be one of the coolest party ideas ever! So super cute, and simple to boot.. love love love! And you could even customise it to fit with any colour theme, how fun!
To learn how to make your own, head on over to Design Improvised for the full DIY!
This DIY can be found at Design Improvised, be sure to check it out!
I know these last couple of “Workspace Wednesdays” have been less about my workspace and more about the general goings on around here.. but I haven’t been doing much work that warranted pretty photos lately! I hope you don’t mind seeing more of these day-to-day bits.. even if they’re not strictly work related ;)
Dave likes to collect old film cameras, and every now and then he gets the bonus of finding one that still has a film inside. I find this so exciting! Who knows when or where these photos were taken.. or who owned the camera before us. It’s like uncovering a mystery.
Such was the case with these photos here.. this film came out of a camera Dave bought years ago (although he can’t remember which one) and we only just had it developed a few days ago.
The photos are nothing spectacular, and might even be seen as more of a mistake than anything.. but I think they’re so cool! The colours, grain, light flares.
Who are you mysterious photographer, with your rose garden and cuckoo clock? :)
After I’d finished the stool from yesterday’s DIY, I went looking around our apartment for something else I could attack with Washi Tape. I decided pretty quickly that this little lady with her lovely peg legs needed some faux gold-dipped legs STAT.
It’s a much more subtle look than yesterday’s bright teal, but I really love how the gold looks with this timber.
It was a piece of cake to do too, just upturn your table (or chair/stool etc), take some MT Casa Tape in whatever colour you choose (normal width washi tape would work too), measure down the leg to the point at which you want the tape to start, and get sticking! Repeat for each leg.
NOTE: Washi Tape is quite gentle, but if you’re worried about what it might do to your furniture/walls once it’s removed, please do a test first!!
Voila! It’d look great in a bright colour too don’t you think? Maybe around dining chairs, or a hall table.. so many possibilities! And if it turns out you don’t like it, or want a change… just take it off ;)
And now I’m off for the weekend.. I hope you all have a good one! See you Monday. x