So, I was a little ill over the weekend (on the mend now, nothing to worry about) but that meant that while I was laid on the sofa, not wanting to talk to anyone and feeling sorry for myself, I had lots of time to draw up some new designs for some lovely human beings to own. Here we've got some mushrooms and bees (you know I love both!) a frog being a frog on a log (with some catkins thrown in for good measure) and a blackberry loving bat (because who doesn't love everything about that?!) Each piece will go happily on an arm or leg, as a stand alone piece or as part of a sleeve. Other areas will be considered too but these will ONLY be done in colour. They're all £220 each. Message my Facebook page or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) only. Thanks and have a whimsical day you wonderful creatures. 😁
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🌻 When you can't have a garden to grow flowers, consider getting some store bought ones. These are from @tesco. I didn't end up getting them but I bet they wld have looked beautiful in a vase.
I know the flower industry can be a burden to the environment especially when it involves transporting flowers/plants by plane between countries or using toxic pesticides...however...I think it is all a balance. For example I only use non-toxic beauty and cleaning products (such as the ones I formulate for @piotis_naturals), I walk around alot and don't eat meat. We all have to do our little bit to help our planet 🌎 🍀What do you do to help the planet stay more green? 🍀 👇
The Nerine. Apparently, a ship carrying a box of bulbs from South Africa to the Netherlands became shipwrecked and the cargo washed up ashore in England by way of Guernsey. It is for this reason supposedly that the flowers first became cultivated in England.