Tag Archives: hair pins

Get your Pretty On

27 May

Get your Pretty On

I’d like to thank today’s crafter for making me realize something very important – I need to add a place where people can add their Pinterest info!

Handmade Clay Creations

1 May

Handmade Clay Creations

I am a stay at home mom of four beautiful girls!

Fun fact – I have an identical twinsister who is talented when it comes to painting and drawing. I am trying to convince her to sell her creations online.

Unique Accessories for Your Hair

11 Apr

Unique Accessories for Your Hair

There are so many commercial items out there, some have quality but most don’t offer a way to say this is me. Handmade items, even if you are purchasing them, offer you a way to show off your individual style and how you feel. It speaks for you before you do.

Quiet Joyful Detailed Happiness for Hair

4 Apr

Quiet Joyful Detailed Happiness for Hair

The little things, like how small flower petals on the sidewalk are a world of details and dots of color when you take the time to look upclose. Intricacy in Simplicity is what I carry from that.

Simple, Fun, and Always Versatile

30 Mar

Simple, Fun, and Always Versatile

This little note was attached to the crafter interview:

Love your site and that it’s dedicated to the handmade community!

Well thank you – we love you too!

Cute and Quirky Hair Accessories

21 Mar

Cute and Quirky Hair Accessories

I’m an architect who used to take herself way too seriously.

Hair Grips Rule The World

19 Jan

Hair Grips Rule The World

PINKO JEWELLERY was born out of sheer personal necessity to turn an everyday object into a piece of jewellery.

 

PINKO comes from Finnish words “pinni” and “koru”, meaning “hair grip” and “jewellery”. Finland hosts the World Design Capital 2012 – Helsinki. I happen to love Helsinki… and design.. and hair grips.

Soft, Romantic, Feminine, Vintage and Chic

27 Aug

Soft, Romantic, Feminine, Vintage and Chic

Although my daughter is the inspiration behind everything, she really is what DRIVES me to do what I’m doing. And of course, I couldn’t do any of it without my husband.

Upcycled Soft and Flirtatious Accessories

24 Jul

Upcycled Soft and Flirtatious Accessories

If you know where the fabric came from and you can choose organic or free-trade materials, and you are the laborer, you can have more control over your impact on the world and you can lighten your footprint. Lastly, I think we are in an era of personalization, when just buying mass-produced items everyone in the neighborhood has is finally losing its cache, and instead, when you make something for yourself to wear or to decorate your home, you can express your own personality through your creation rather than passively allowing a corporation to do it for you.

Handmade with Love to Cherish

23 Mar

Handmade with Love to Cherish

I love the unique, imperfect nature of handmade goods and the knowledge that somebody has lovingly dedicated their time, talent and energy into producing it just for me. The choices are endless, with much more variety than the generic options you get in the high street stores.