It’s National Stationery week and to celebrate this I’ve dedicated my Folksy Finds to it. I just adore stationery and these wonderful hand made pieces fill me with joy, and they’re extra special as they are lovingly made by talented British designers.
1. Garden Birds Gift Wrap Set from Kate Broughton 2. Rupert The Beat Envelopes from Curly & Nibs 3. Turquoise Triangles Washi Tape from Ruby & Dig 4. A5 Handprinted Hare Notebook from Andrew Berwick Illustration 5. Turquoise Pencil Stud Earrings from Ruby Bijou 6. Custom Floral Return Address Rubber Stamp from Poumi Stamp Studio 7. Yellow Harris Tweed Pencil Case from LifeCovers
Wow is all I can say about this stunning food photography. In fact I don’t feel like I’m doing it justice calling it ‘food photography’ as they are beautiful works of art from photographer Richard Haughton. He captures food, along with many other subjects, in a bold and dramatic way which catches your attention and doesn’t let go.
You can see more of Richard’s work on his website.
Images courtesy of Richard Haughton
Friday is a day to treat yourself. The weekend is upon us, so cut a slice of cake (carrot cake please, if you’re asking) and enjoy. The diet starts monday!
Happy weekend x
Well I have to confess, this wasn’t the post I had planned for today, but I’m so glad I switched things around and posted my tropical leaves collection. I’ve been seeing tropical / jungle foliage everywhere recently, due to it being this seasons hottest trend and I love it. As you know green is my favourite colour (I think I may have mentioned this on a few occasions!) and I love the texture of the leaves and the patterns they create. I hope this trend sticks around well into Summer.
Tropical Paradise Palms A5 Notebook from Nikki Strange Long Dress from H&M Cole & Son Palm Leaves Wallpaper from John Lewis Palm Print Cushion from Iamia
Spring is most definitely here and it has brought an abundance of colour and flowers with it, which has meant for lots of flower photos over on my Instagram feed. In between the flowers I also captured animals and food…
I love this illustration, it makes me smile and reminds me not to take everything in life too seriously. Make sure you have a little fun along the way.
Happy weekend x
I’ve come over all dramatic in my Love Colour post today with my striking black and white mix. I really like how two colours can create such an array of shades with powerful effects. I’ve been collecting black and white photos on my Pinterest boards recently and these are just a few of my favourites.
If you love black and white too, make sure you follow my Black & White Pinterest board and please feel free to share your favourite images too!