Memories of Aglarond

green necklace
necklace made from green agate thread and appleseeds

We would tend these glades of flowering stone, not quarry them. With cautious skill, tap by tap – a small chip of rock and no more, perhaps, in a whole anxious day – so we could work, and as the years went by, we should open up new ways, and display far chambers that are still dark, glimpsed only as a void beyond fissures in the rock.

Gimli, J.R.R.Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings II

And then sell the splinters on the Internet.
Other people do this too. Memories of Aglarond weiterlesen

Way up high in an apple tree

Yesterday I spent an hour typing an article about jewelery, and about how it affects our interaction with the world. I rambled on about how I like mine to be simple, DIY, and made from natural resources. I even told you about materials to use and whether or not I liked them … Way up high in an apple tree weiterlesen

Basteln fürs Ego

Vor zwei Wochen war ich ziemlich down. Irgendwas brauchte ich um mich wieder aufzubauen. Ego-Boost quasi.

Selbstgemachtes ist da bei mir das Mittel der Wahl. Oder gefriergetrocknete Erdbeeren. Erdbeeren waren aus.
Also hab ich mir eine neue Gürteltasche genäht.
Braucht ich eh für zukünftige Unternehmungen. Hätt ich mir sowieso zulegen müssen. Super Sache also. Basteln fürs Ego weiterlesen

Prequel to ‚The Yet To Be Named Bathroom Project‘

Some of you may remember my my last, epic adventure with windowcolor?

Back in bavaria, I decorated my bedroom window.
Sounds boring …
But I didn’t do the usual little stars and flowers , no I didn’t – I did art noveau, and I did the whole window!

The pattern came from a art noveau pattern book and I modified it just a little bit to make it fit the frame. I did it in 8-10 pieces, the whole painting would have been imposible to insert into the window.

When we moved out I it too had to go.



With these pictures in mind, I leave you wondering what I’m planing to do to the bathroom … *muah-ha-ha*