Donnerstag, 29. Dezember 2016

Special Winter Chokers (Red Cross Collaboration)

My hometown Kicevo decided this year to be the Grinch  by not decorating the city and steal us our winter holidays festive feelings!
Everyone who celebrate and love the winter holidays have decorated their houses and can also help to decorate the streets so we can get back a joyful atmosphere… at least for the children’s sake.

Sooo… this empty cold town inspired me too, to bring a Christmas atmosphere by creating some cute chokers with tiny embroidered details about Christmas,New Year,snow etc….

Wearing these chokers makes me feel like a Christmas elf helping Santa Clause to remind people to share love,happiness and be kind and brave in this cold world.
And yes!,this world is cold and heartless, that’s why I decided to donate the complete choker collection to the Red Cross in Kicevo to help making someone happy who needs it the most.
Being happy is always a good idea,but helping other people to be happy is better.

Tomorrow 30.12.2016(Friday)at 12:30 P.M. the Red Cross volunteers have organized a little market at the center of Kicevo there they will sale a lot of creative stuff made by the children with special needs and the Red Cross  volunteers. My chokers will also be a part of this charity action.

Go,buy,donate and feel happy about that , because you were born with the ability to change someone’s  life so DON’T WASTE IT!

Christmas Angel Choker

Star Choker

Snowman Choker

Santa Claus Choker

Christmas Tree Choker

Candy Cane Choker

Nutcracker Choker

Moon and Star Choker

Sonntag, 4. Dezember 2016

Shamija Beret

Winter is here,the cold season there we can't wear nothing but thick and warm outerwear. Coats,hats,scarfs and boots are the only visible clothe parts we can show up in winter....that can be very monotone sometimes.
French Beret hats have been always my favorite hats and I am wearing them every winter.But this winter will not be so cold and spiritless like the past winters.
By combining French berets and Russian headscarfs known for its old tradition as Shamijas I made the perfect accessory and eyecatcher for this winter.
For the Shamija Berets I used a "Biriusinka" scarf with red shades, a "Grushenka"scarf with black shades and a "Slavyanka" scarf with white shades.
It was a very hard work to make them look like beret hats and at the same time to not lose the scarf details but the end result shows that it was worth it  and I'm glad I reached my goal.