Last Saturday 10th of September I happened to find myself wandering around London with a friend that was visiting.
After a morning of markets and fighting the rain, my friend and I decided to head to Shoreditch for a quick peek into the Saturday aternoon Spitafield Market vibes and the area around.
Finally, when our souls were warmed up by a hot drink and about to call it a day and get on a bus to wrap up the perfect day out while viewing the city centre, we bumped into this:
“Wooow!”– I said to my friend – “It’s the IKEA DIY restaurant! The Dining Club or something like that…” Continue reading “The IKEA dining club”
It’s been loooong! Yes, I know. It might have felt as I was bored of writing. NOT AT ALL! I’ve been thinking of writing many times, but not being able to find the time to do it. But guys, after this long silence, here I am. I’ve got many things to share.
I’m back with a DIY. I don’t remember the last time I shared one, but it is not rare that I do my sort of DIYs quite often. At the end of the day, fixing or recycling something it’s an art I like to practice.
- Plain sweatsuit or hoodie
- Double-sided thermoadhesive paper
- Piece of fabric with interesting design/print
- Scissors, pencil and eraser.
1. Get a sweatsuit or hoodie. I chose this one from H&M, cause it was plain and cheap.
Continue reading “DIY: Femme fatale sweatsuit”