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Line drawing with Lisa Congdon on Creativebug.

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As I couldn’t stop because spring was too encouraging and because I still had some inspiration, I decided to work on another canvas as well. Here you see the result.

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I had fun photographing my creation in different settings.

These are the former layers of this canvas:

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What about you? Do you love to create outside?

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Picking up the brush again.

Feeling happy and grateful

for the ability

to add colour and playfulness to the world

when spring decides

to hibernate. 

Has the season of spring reached your regions already? If not, how do you brighten your days and give them a springy touch?

Today I am grateful for

playing with my camera, resulting in abstract photography,

British summer,

Oxfam,

having lunch, studying photography and observing people meanwhile,

lovely and colourful front gardens (this one is so cute and inviting, isn’t it?),

the way life looks like next to the river and the joy to photograph it,

reds at The Jericho Cafe

and

having dinner with one of my dearest friends, in the sunshine!

Today I am grateful for

raindrops to play with

and

one moment of sunshine, so I took my chance to have a little read outside.

Hi dear all

Just a couple of minutes ago, I gave birth to a brand new project. I love interior decoration, was rearranging something in our living room and came across

this quote on Facebook (image courtesy: i can read). While I was ¬†bouncing on my trampoline, I got this idea: from now on I will play with the little white cupboard in our living room. In fact, it’s a shoe cabinet (new by Hemnes, Ikea) but I use it for other purposes. As it’s really narrow in that particular place of our house, this was the best solution if I’d really want a piece of furniture to be creative with and to redecorate following my mood and the seasons.

In concrete: each week I will change the decoration of this part of our living room and post photos of it. My dearest will be happy with this project as well, as I will try to keep this part decluttered, instead of using it as a second studio at our place.

As you can see, I chose a serene decoration for this first week. I love the beauty of simplicity.

(mannequin jewelry holder: Magasins du Monde; tea light candle holder: Casa)

This project will also challenge my interior photography skills. Looking forward to next week already. During this week, I will add some more photos, as weather circumstances and therefore light have their impact on how this corner of my home look like.

Have a cosy and relaxing Sunday evening and a wonderful week!

Love

cococita x

Today I am grateful for

my clematis flower, beautiful because of its fragility and strength at the same time,

listening to new music

and

light, to play with in my photography.