Congratulations! You have finally jumped into the entrepreneur world! You have decided to become a business owner. And let me tell you: you have made the best decision. You bet for yourself and now you are your own boss, the CEO of your own company! You have got your designs, your products ready to see the light. And nowadays you know that online presence is key. Yes, it is time to organise a photoshoot! But where do you start? Let me help you: - Put some ideas together: when
I am not someone who changes wardrobe every year - I cannot afford that - but I must admit that thought had crossed my mind in the past. I normally keep clothes for a long time. Being the middle child of 3 siblings meant that I would wear 2nd hand jumpers for all my childhood, and I have to say there were the most comfy ones. Now, I borrow/steal those from my boyfriend, with permission, of course. But even if I like my clothes and I keep them for a long time, after a while
So as a second part of the first blog post about flatlays, I decided to go a bit deeper into the creation and the styling part. Now that you got your props, your colour palette and your energise, I will teach you some ideas that are good to keep in mind while you are creating your flatlays. Let's jump straight into it. - Think about the message you want to send with this flatlay. What does it represent? Is it related to your content or your message? Which style are you going
During these last year I have been meeting lots of new people, I have been working my ass off, I panicked minimum once per week, I had some disapointments and some really encouraging moments. I work with incredible people in an incredible and beautiful projects, and some other projects and people that weren't that incredible and more of a "pay the bills" job. I am grateful for all of them because I have learned from all of them. But lately I realised I have been working witho
Let’s get cosy inside ☕️
It is the perfect time for all the diy, projects and ideas that you never have time to do.
We have got this second hand ( or second bum) sofa that it actually looks brand new, a great deal, such a lucky find! We then bought a couple of pillow covers from H&M home and reused the foam from the old sofa to stuff them up.
Reuse, recycle, buy second hand. It is cheaper and makes you feel better ha!
Now, time to use that sofa and chill! And you, wh