Botanical Study 03

Happy Saturday! I hope you are all having a lovely weekend so far. Just a quick post as I wanted to share a little botanical study of this allium I scanned back last Summer - it's very moody and monolithic. I have been looking back through my photo archives and boy do I miss Summer! The sun has been shining a little more this week and the days are starting feel little longer, but it's…
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Botanical Patterns: Pressed Posies

Well this week has been a long one and I couldn't be happier that it's Friday. I've mostly been running errands today which I wouldn't mind so much if it wasn't so cold out. We've had flurries of snow and there's a bitter wind that makes venturing outdoors particularly unappealing - a day spent wrapped in a hundred blankets would have been a much better option. Despite the cold, February is here and I'm feeling…
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Moodboard No. 01

Does anyone else feel like January is the most challenging month of the year, or is it just me? Trying to find the motivation to kick off the new year with positive vibes can be really difficult when the days are long and dark, and the weather is cold and dreary. Not to mention the post Christmas come-down from copious amounts of chocolate and sugar. It's the time of year we are supposed to be…
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Download: The Night Sky at Christmas

I can't believe it's Christmas in 3 days! I have been so unorganised this year - I still haven't bought any presents (eek!) I think I'm finding it hard to get in the mood this year because we haven't got a tree up at home. We're still renovating and decorating and there just isn't the room amongst the paint tins and mess. I feel a bit sad about not having a tree, it's the first…
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Give Thanks

Here in the UK we don't really celebrate Thanksgiving in the same way as our cousins accross the pond, but I've been seeing all the lovely posts on Instagram of people cooking up feasts and spending time with their loved ones! Not only is it making me hungry (and excited for Christmas Dinner!) but it's reminded me that there is so much to be thankful for. I must admit, I find it hard to feel overly positive…
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