Today, I thought it was time to give my jeans a little upgrade. I had recently purchased these but the small hole in the knee (that was meant to be a little tare) quickly turned into a large rip across the middle of my jeans. So I bought some laced ribbon and sewed it into the gap! Here's how it's done.
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I decided that it was time to post a little something about the one thing I've been loving lately. It's a fantastic magazine called Flow (although my issue is all in Dutch, I've heard that they also publish issues in English). It's all about taking the time, enjoying the smaller things in life and most importantly, it has a lot of paper patterns and crafts! It's just one of those things I love wasting my time with ;)
I can't believe it's already August! But that's how it goes and I'm happy it doesn't go too slow, can you imagine? Anyway, since I live in the Netherlands and the weather is constantly having mood changes, I decided to use all the twigs and sticks that various storms have blown away to decorate an old glass. Although it takes quite long to get all the sticks stuck onto the glass, the result is incredibly rewarding!
Do you ever feel like doing a quick and easy DIY project? You know, one that only takes 5 minutes because I know that those are actually my favourite projects! That is why I have a short, sweet DIY that can be used for a limitless amount of things. I proudly present to you these simple, recycled stars!
Hi, my name is Charlotte and welcome to my blog! I'm 17 years old, I love music, travel and photography. Next year I'll be moving into my own little room for university so life is just to about to get a little bit crazier.