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DIY Christmas wreath

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Hello readers,

I hope y’all in a good mood for Christmas. Can you believe 2015 is almost over?

This day is always about friends and family being together and sharing. Since I will be spending Christmas with dad and my little brother alone.

I decided to join my little man in some craft projects and I ended up making a door wreath for him .I loved the final results and decided to share with you guys.

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What you need:
Flexible wire
Pliers
Flowers (I picked wild flowers in different colours)
Weeds(I got them from some bush at my place)
Christmas balls
Ribbon

Method:
1.Wrap the wire around a bucket to make a perfect circles.And lock ends using a pliers.
2.Pick the weeds of your choice and start wrapping around the wire until thick.
3.Make sure the wire is not visible.
4.Arrange flowers as you wish ,I put red ones first,followed by the balls then yellow flowers.
5.Voila!!

Have a Merry Christmas darlings.

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Kodak moments I love

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         Happy holidays family,

Guess who’s feeling much better now?this girl 🙂

I decided to force positive vibes towards me ,keep myself busy with the little things that make me happy.If you read my previous post you already know what I’m talking about.

ION,do you ever go through your gallery and think I really love this picture? I once lost my phone with a lot of images I never wanted gone,until I learnt a lesson to always back up my gallery.

I love taking pictures and here are some of my best , taken by phone and others by my small pocket camera.

     Thanks for stopping by XO

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Animal print

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Animal print

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Ever had a moment in life when you doubt everything you do? That time when things don’t work out as you always wanted and you are so disappointed in yourself?

That’s my life right now, having dealt with depression for almost a year now; things are going from bad to worse and I am so uninspired.

Anyway, sorry for being MIA I hope to get well as soon as possible.

I took these pictures like a month ago, I like skirts on warm days and having a buttoned cardigan as a top was a great idea. The best thing about this look is that, it can transition easily to a night look by simply unbuttoning the cardigan, have on a black cropped corset, throw on some studded heels and you are good to go.

Do you like animal print, how would you pair it? Let me know

Sweater-Koch

Skirt- A friend’s shop

Sandals-Gift

Clutch-Koch

Hair-Marley braid
Photography:Alois_Art

Thanks for stopping by XO