Thursday, 19 June 2014

Beaded necklace

No films at Edinburgh International Film Festival for me today(but don't worry there will be more reviews over the next few days!).

I lost a favourite necklace recently. So when I was sorting out my bead supplies, the other day,  I played around and made myself this necklace just by threading beads from my stash onto a length of fake leather. I can always change the beads if I get tired of the design, but I like it like this for now.

And you can catch up with reviews so far from Edinburgh Interantional Film Festival by following the links below:

Legacy, Mistory and Language - a review of N: The Madness of Reason; A House in Berlin and Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?

Ancient Temples, Vertigo and Film-making - a review of Manakamana and La ultima pelicula. 

 A reminder that I'm running a blog giveaway to win a pdf of my book Bougainvillea Dancing, poetry, prose and photos inspired by Malawi. Find out more and enter here.

As ever, red text contains hyperlinks that take you to other webpages where you can find out more.


A Cuban In London said...

I love that necklace. I love necklaces that look like chokers. Have a few of those. :-)

Greetings from London.

Jenn Jilks said...

Have fun at the Filmfest. I cannot stand being in a room of strangers. I love how you've recycled.
Our local Green Party candidate, who lives off grid, doubled his votes in our local, provincial election. How sweet!

Little Miss Titch said...

that's pretty,xx Rachel

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Optimistic Existentialist said...

I like it! It's nice. Happy Friday!!