some of my ideas never make it past the proposal stage. sometimes it makes me sad because i get attached to the concept and really want to make it come to life.
these images were part of a proposal for an hermès spring window. the idea was for the flowers to be almost suffocating in their abundance. i imagined one of the mannequins being completely consumed with flowers and foliage.
(image sources here)
i was so thrilled to be interviewed for daily candy, though a little overwhelmed when it was actually published! still can’t quite believe it. :) read the q&a here and find out what my dream collaboration is!
i’m a lifelong crafter. creating DIYs comes naturally for me and i really love doing them (except writing the instructions!). i just counted how many i’ve created so far… twelve! and believe it or not i still have ideas for new ones!
my personal favorites? the amethyst crystal mirror and sun prints.
ombre wooden vases for dlf
amethyst crystal mirror for dlf
copper and yarn wall hangings for dlf
dip dye placemats for dlf
heart pillows for dlf
coffee cup holder for dlf
sun print art for dlf
napping tent for dlf
paper crystal installation for the chalkboard mag
translucent paper wreath for 100 layer cake
gold sequin heart for 100 layer cake
and my very first DIY, for green wedding shoes…
waxed paper dot garlands
working from these inspiration images and rough sketch, we created an installation out of plates for a rental connection as part of an office update by hallie of la boheme events. we used 9″ plates from their collection and painted a pattern of larger concentric circles on top using gold paint. the simplest design solution is usually the best and i love it when the overall shape of an installation relates to the individual components. simple and striking!