Foi com a chegada da chuva e do tempo frio que comecei a sentir que o Natal já estava a chegar! E claro que, quer por defeito profissional, quer por ser uma altura do ano que adoro, já comecei a pensar nas decorações para este ano.
Embora nunca saindo das cores tradicionais (confesso que já experimentei um Natal mais de design mas apenas para vir a descobrir que um Natal preto e branco não tem a ver comigo!) gosto sempre de adicionar alguns elementos e variar as decorações.
Este ano o nosso Natal vai ser vermelho, branco e azul claro. Acho que vai ficar lindo e prometo mostrar fotos.
Como também adoro "polka dots" não resisti a este guizo vermelho que fica lindo combinado com letras brancas de madeira que claro está pode adquirir na 512 Ideias.
It was when the rain and cold began that I started to feel that Christmas was coming! And not only but also due to professional occupation I must say this is one of my favorite time of the year and I have already started to plan my decorations for this year.
Although I always maintain the Christmas traditional colors (I must confess that I have tried a design Christmas decor but only to find out that a black and white Christmas has nothing to do with me!) I also like to add some new elements and decorations.
Thio year our Christmas will be red, white and baby blue. I think it will look amazing and I promise to share some photos.
As I also love polka dots, I couldn't resist this red bell that looks beautiful combined with white letters that you can buy, of course, at 512 Ideias.
Tal como na primeira que fiz, adoro o resultado final desta combinação de rosetas de diferentes tamanhos e em breve irei dar este workshop numa loja linda, linda em Madrid chamada Papel Vivo.
Lately I have been doing a lot of Scrapbooking and Home decor projects and I made this wreath with another collection of papers for a magazine called IT Scrapbooking from Editorial Nascimento and this week I taught two workshops of that crown.
I really like the final combination in this scheme as much as I liked the first one I did. It uses different sizes of Paper Rosettes and soon I will be teaching this workshop in a beautiful store in Madrid called Papel Vivo.
In a house with 4 children (that if sitting next to me right now would be correcting me and saying two teenagers, one child and one baby) I feel that Christmas should be made of family moments that repeat themselves over the years until they are transformed into traditions handed down through generations. I hope that that is a gift we can pass on to our children!
But before Christmas arrives at our house we still have 3 birthdays to celebrate, so the next couple of days will be spent cooking and decorating with green and aqua blue!