You’ve probably gathered by now that I’m in full-on decorating mode – my life currently revolves around furniture and pretty prints, and I’m loving it! I’d been wondering how to display a few of my Nifty250 polaroids in a slightly weird but nifty way, when I came across some plastic farm animals at Orms, which they’d spray-painted, cut, […]Read more "DIY Dinosaur Photo Holders"
I’ve just moved house in order to spend less on rent. My initial intention was to be a good grown-up and invest the extra money in an RA account (I’m almost thirty now guys, one has to look ahead)… but then I saw the new Selfi and Margot Molyneux collections and now my new life aspiration […]Read more "Selfi & Margot Molyneux"
Tom and I ventured forth to Open Streets this Sunday, despite the suffocating heat and my rather nasty stomach bug! It was worth the walk – it’s always lovely to see the city in full festive mode, with hipsters, glam grannies, pram parades, skater kids and tricked-out tots out in force. I love the idea […]Read more "Open Streets in Bree"
There are lots of creative happenings on the go in Cape Town at the moment, and, as CapeTownMagazine.com’s Event Manager, I get to write about most of them. Two specifically caught my eye this week – Kate Davies 365 Days of Infrared Photography Revisited and Sarah Pratt’s The Fox, The Owl & The Robber.Read more "Upcoming Exhibitions I’m Excited About"
Having declared my resolution to draw more in 2016, my loving family and friends kindly equipped me with multiple sketchbooks and all the drawing tools I need to no longer have an excuse to be lazy! For Christmas, I received two colouring books, drawing pencils, Sharpies (swoon), fineliners, three sketchbooks, and some pencil crayons (granted, these […]Read more "2016 Goal #1: Draw More"
My lovely dad built me my very own suitcase chair. Here’s our DIY to making an old suitcase a specially made seat!Read more "Suitcase Chairs and Ninja Dad"
Yesterday, I said hi to my seven year-old self as I popped over to one of my favourite childhood haunts, the Clay Cafe in Hout Bay. Man, I used to love going to paint pottery when I was small – I would beg my mum (OK, I still do), to come and decorate fairies and piggie […]Read more "Painting pandas at Clay Cafe"