If you’ve been reading this blog for more than a minute, you’ll know how much I love hair accessories and hats! A good hair accessory can really top off your outfit, and I think it’s a shame that they are not as commonly worn today as they have been in the past. (Though I hope they might be making a slow comeback?)
A few years ago I made several hair accessories- headbands and clips- and tried selling them at the local markets and craft sales, but it didn’t catch on, so I ended up putting that hobby to the side. However, I do still quite like making ribbon flowers and bows and trying out new ideas for hair accessories and other millinery adventures… so I’ve decided to start making them again. I enjoy the process of crafting and stitching and I have so many ideas floating around in my head, so I decided that it was about time I brought some of those to fruition.
I sold some of my older pieces last year on my Poshmark shop, so I decided this past week to make a few more pieces and list them over there. I haven’t added them to my shop here on the blog, because I am not sure about the shipping so, for right now, these are only available within Canada in my Poshmark shop. (However, if you are international, and are interested, please let me know as I would like to also look into the logistics of adding them to my shop here in the future.)
So that’s all for now, I hope, dear Reader, that you are having a lovely Saturday, however you are spending it!
I hope you will forgive this blog turning into a diary of all of the photos of flowers I’ve seen lately. I haven’t been feeling well the past week so wasn’t able to finish a different post I had planned, so here are some Spring blossoms to cheer you on this Wednesday!
I wish you could smell them, they are so delightful, and this is such a lovely time of year, isn’t it?
Do you have blooming trees where you live? What are your favourite Spring flowers?
For this Saturday’s post, I have some fun news to share- we have a gosling!
I shared back in April that my mom’s geese were laying eggs and sitting on the nests. We weren’t sure whether we’d get any goslings hatching, because first year geese don’t always quite know what they are doing. When my mom was talking to some people who have raised geese for many years, they said that if you get any goslings the first year with your geese, those are a “bonus”. So, we have named this little guy Bonus!
All three female geese have been fighting over the nests, and it appears that they have all claimed him as theirs, so they are all looking after him (her?). He hatched on Thursday, and it’s looking like he’s going to be the only one…with three mothers though, he certainly won’t be lonely!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend, dear Readers!
It’s finally starting to green up out there. Every day new little plants are pushing their way up out of the soil and leaves are unfurling from the trees. Tiny little flowers are blooming in the sunshine, and of course once the greenhouses opened we were treated to the lush full flowers of the bedding plants!
L: peony coming up out of the soil. R: sedums and hens and chicks
The 1920’s seem like they are eighty years ago to me; I always count years from the year 2000 and then, to my surprise, I remember that I have to add twenty years to that total….do you ever have that problem? Of course, if it really was 2000 I would only be nine years old, so I’m not sure why that catches me off guard every time.
The 1920’s is an era that has always intrigued me, as a season of transition in the Western world, though it’s not an era that I’ve ever worn myself, apart from a few cloche hats. The twenties boyish silhouette doesn’t work for me, but I love the streamlined, yet detail oriented clothes from this time period- especially the evening wear and hair accessories! While it’s not an era that I would want to live in, or incorporate into my wardrobe today, one hundred years later it is fun to immerse myself in it every once in a while. I wanted to do this photoshoot last year, for the debut of 2020, but it didn’t end up working out. It’s still the “twenties” for the next nine years, though, so I am posting it now!
Are you drawn to the styles of the 1920’s? Do you want to see a comeback of the designs from that era?