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Backdrop it Like It’s Hot!

Backdrop it Like It’s Hot!

This is what our room looks like we have an exact replica of this dedicated for the taking of selfies.   Secret selfies, that no one see except for us as we are vainglorious enough to know that we deserve to have our faces immortalised, but too shy to actually put it all out there.  But, one day you will see us in our gold sequinned backdrop glory.

However, in the meantime if you are braver than us and really want to make the gold backdrop thing happen in front of a live wedding audience then you may want to head on over to modern celebrations and cop this sequin backdrop, it’s Liberace perfect.

Gold SEQUIN PHOTO BACKDROP Modern Celebrations

Also we did reference Snoop so do a little dance and drop it like it’s hot.

Can’t believe this track is 11 years old…


Give Them Some Latitude

Give Them Some Latitude

August 26, 2015  |  Found and beautiful, Gift, Inspiration, Jewellery  |  1 Comment

It’s the name of a pretty cool festival…

The dictionary definition is:




  1. the angular distance north or south from the equator of a point on the earth’s surface, measured on the meridian of the point.
  2. a place or region as marked by this distance

Coordinates necklace

In our case latitude it is a matter of jewellery, jewellery that really marks the spot!  Check out these bracelets from Latitude Longitude Kat.  With personalised coordinates you can have first date, engagement, and wedding coordinates… whatever your heart desires!

Personalized Jewelry

Anyhoo… cop them here and get them for your and the one that you love. Go on give them some latitude

Personalized Gift for couples keychain

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Gifted | No.11

Gifted | No.11

August 26, 2015  |  Found and beautiful, Gift, Inspiration  |  No Comments

They blessed you with a Quinoa based starter, and the hotel was reasonably priced and sans bed bugs plus the DJ could have rivalled any of best nights at Ministry of Sound.

We think you should do right by them and get them a present.  It’s time to be a gifted individual.

Original Solitaire Cards

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We Can Make it if We Try | How to Make a Pretty Fabric Clipboard

We Can Make it if We Try | How to Make a Pretty Fabric Clipboard

August 21, 2015  |  DIY, DIY Ideas, Found and beautiful, Inspiration  |  1 Comment
Today’s tutorial comes to you via ao.com, Caroline Rowland is here to show you how to make your own confetti!:
I first made these pretty fabric clipboards for my wedding earlier this year, when I used them for my table plan. Since then, I realised they could be reused at home by using them to clip some of our favourite wedding pictures to them.


You can dress up your office or desk space with these lovely fabric clipboards and keep organised by clipping your to do lists and reminders to them. Or use them anywhere in the home – perhaps with some favourite photographs or postcards clipped to them in the living room or hallway or as a kitchen task centre, creating one for each of your children to keep on top of homework or school schedules.
They are super simple and cheap to make and you could even use scraps of fabric and stitch them together for a patchwork look.
Here’s what you’ll need…
Thick card
Spray mount
Pieces of fabric
Lace trim
Bull dog clips (I got mine from Cass Art)
Pinking shears
Needle and thread
And here’s how it’s done…

Cut your card to approx 22cm x 18cm – you can use a bigger piece if you’d prefer a larger clipboard.  Place the card on top of your fabric and roughly cut the fabric a few centimetres bigger than your card. You can do this with normal fabric scissors.
Iron your piece of fabric nice and flat and then spray your card with spray mount and place it centrally on your piece of fabric. Using your pinking shears, cut closely to the card, it doesn’t matter if it overhangs a little.


Measure out the length of lace trim you need to run across the bottom and simply stitch this to the edge of your fabric.  Add your bull dog clip to the top.


Then all you need is some small tacks to hang them on the wall!  Make a few in contrasting fabrics and group together in a grid for a pretty display.
Will you be making Caroline’s Pretty Fabric Clipboards?  What kinds of things do you do to make your workspace a little prettier and more organised?  Do share in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!
The photographic glory goes to:  Caroline Rowland | Originally a Belfast girl, Caroline has lived in London since 2000. She has worked in photography and publishing for the last 10 years, during which she started Patchwork Harmony, a blog about interior style just for fun. This soon led to bigger things and in 2011 she launched 91 Magazine – an online publication featuring interiors, crafts and vintage style ideas.