The mother/daughter team behind Ink & Stitch offer an awesome example of the power of presentation. Their bags are simple and functional with minimal but beautiful detail BUT they went all out armed with creativity for these campaign shots! Instantly they have added attitude and fun to a very simple product and I find myself looking for the “add to cart” button.
It’s Monday. What a better thing to do than look a pretty watercoloury girls by Caitlin Shearer. Her blog is just packed with one off commissions and they are all beautiful. If you like her style you should drop her a line and get your own watercoloury version of yourself!
The pic above is one I snapped a week or so ago, looking across Lake Wanaka on a hazy winters day. I am almost at the end of the first week of the ski season at Treble Cone -Murphys Law has struck me down with a mean cold/cough/temp/gross thing to coincide nicely with the busy time and my managers departure. Uptown problems my friends but nonetheless it has been a challenge to tick all the boxes and yet again the blog seemed to slide. All health boosters are out so
Apologies for the radio silence everyone. I just dashed off for a 4 day sales trip around the lower South Island for work and between laziness on Sunday night and lack of internet on Monday night I have’nt done much blogging! So if you have a second this morning, nip of to the SH Facebook page and check out the album of shots I snapped from my car as I skipped over the Southern Alps to visit the West Coast, then back again to get home. Hope it conveys what
I actually should have said “hair magician, DIY renovator extraordinaire and genuinely gorgeous girl” – but hey, it would have messed with my formatting. Although I may be slightly biased due to the friendship I have with Kat, I think if you took a browse through her new blog Love + Ginger and gave your locks an hour in her salon you would agree wholeheartedly. Pushing through the upheaval of the Feb 2011 Christchurch earthquake, Kat and Guy moved on to totally overhaul their little corner of the city into
Well after admiring (and www. stalking ) Alex Fulton and her rainbow bright world from afar, I finally got to meet her in the big pit of revellers at this years Rippon Festival in Wanaka. She was as sparkly as I had expected and promptly grabbed my wrist and slapped on her brand new Disco Beads, saying she totally thought I should have them instead! So lovely and spritely, just like the home she shares with her family. WHAT: My spaces involves my whole house. I use this space to express
I thought I would just share a couple of pics with you from our magical Saturday afternoon. It just so happened to be my dear friend Andy’s birthday and mother nature declared a crystal clear winters day in celebration. We clambered aboard the sturdy “Hannah Mary” and proceeded at a graceful “chug” around Lake Wanaka. Some celebratory bubbles were broken open and we sucked up the crisp snowy mountain air. Living in a small lakeside town sure has its benefits.