10.11.10

Turn Left at The Juction

I took the day off work today and I haven't done very much with my time off.

Sounds perfect doesn't it?

One thing that I did do is make my way down to the Dalston Oxfam to drop off some stuff that I have been working on. I think that they were terribly nice of them to take in my handmade fings and not send me off packing!



I made a few clip frame purses out of some Japanese Fabric remnants. The badges were made with some Washi Origami paper that I have been collecting over the past 10 years and the necklaces out of bits and bobs that were in my crafting box.

I hope that some of these things make someone happy!!




Dalston Oxfam Shop

514-518 Kingsland Road

It has been a bright but bitingly chilly day today and here are some sights that caught my eye on my mosey about:


Dalston Oxfam's nice things


The shop with scissors and zips in the window.


Fallen sign


The shop with lots of Marys


The butcher with no meat.


Back home for a cuppa bush tea.

17 comments:

  1. I am insanely jealous of how you are able to take photographs of everyday life and make them look so beautiful!

    I love the lip design on the mug. I've got two weeks off work (this is week 1) and I had a massive list of things to do, I was meant to get my eyebrows threaded on Monday but I only got around to it today so I'll have to be a busy bee come tomorrow and Friday.

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  2. I'm 100% convinced that whichever lucky sod snaps up your handmade items will be OVERTHEMOOON! I know I would be!

    Oh that cup and saucer is very pretty indeed. I went to an outlet that sold some wedgewood the other day and I didn't see anything that tickled my fancy too much. I shall continue my search for pretty crockery...

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  3. This looks like my kinda shop!! Honestly, I'm surprised you don't have your lovely gems in more shops! :)

    Hope you have a loverly rest of the week!!
    xoxo

    p.s. I love that cup of yours! >_<

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  4. I think I have to take a visit to Dalston soon :D It seems such a great place! I actually don't live too far from there :P Lucky Dalston to have you XD

    Love the cup! xxxx

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  5. you made all those???!!! OMG! i tend to walk past Oxfarm shop as I didn't think there is much I'd need or want. I think I am going into the store now just looking at your fine artwork. beautiful!

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  6. it seems you had a very interesting day poking around your endz.
    the crafts look bananas and you're sure going to be blessed for enrinching someone's life with your beautiful handiwork.

    you do have a knack for photographing everyday mundane things or should i say 'fingz' as you call them, and tell and curate a very intriguing story.

    i love the picture of the fallen hospital sign (which i might add is a representation of the NHS today) and the butcher.

    ha! you kill me!

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  7. Please tell me you have an Etsy store or sumfink?

    I'd be very interested to know where your cup & saucer is from.

    Whenever you post, it makes me want to start photographing again.

    xx

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  8. hope you enjoyed ur day off! ur creations all look stunning! maybe you should think about an etsy store? i really like them :)

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  9. I heart that Dalston oxfam for CDs and I also quite fancy your tea cup ;)

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  10. Those clip frame purses are superrr cute! Btw great shots of those photos...love the cup! :)

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  11. What a wonderful thing to do with your creations. You are brilliant. Thank you for sharing your day. Great pic's as always. Xxxx

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  12. I love your tea cups :D it's so clever to put a lip stain mark on there. ^^

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  13. Your clip frame purses are really pretty!!

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  14. i need to take more pictures whenever i go out, haha. practice what i've learned!

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  15. the origami badges are adorable!

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