Sunday, 25 November 2012

Styling Details...



In our house this week..

I have had a bit of a tidy up, but unfortunately (according to Jon),
 this does involve bringing 'more sticks into the house'!! 
The acrylic painting was another find in
 Grandad Gordon's  loft-I'm the only one who likes it
 and it makes a great backdrop for shots.

Coming back from the school run on Friday
 we accumulated a selection of hedgerow on the way
 ready for a magazine shoot on Tuesday-
if it all survives the tube ride!
 Have a lovely week x  
















22 comments:

  1. Grandad Gordon's loft has been a wonderful treasure trove. Magazine photo shoot sounds exciting, good luck with all your bits & pieces on the tube! Love these photos & styling.

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    1. Thanks so much lovely. Leaving at 5.30am tomorrow-so bad at early mornings!!! xx

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  2. So beautiful. I love these snowberry. Always good for decoration and brings a little bit of winter inside, even if there's no snow outside! :)

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes-they are the perfect WInter berry! Nice to hear from you again :-)

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  3. As always, beautifully styled, Caroline! I could have done with a large glass jar like that for the winter berries I picked up this weekend! x

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    1. Ah-£2.50 from Help The Aged in Beaconsfield!! Wish I'd bought them all! x

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  4. Looks fab! Thank goodness for granddad!

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  5. Very lovely and wintery - had never thought about using these branches at home - why not I wonder?!

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    1. Thank you Ursula-they do look lovely and best of all, they're free!!! xx

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  6. Image no. 2 is my favourite. Good luck in your magazine shoot. x

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    1. Thanks so much Geraldine and the shoot went brilliantly thanks! x

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  7. Oh my goodness want want want! What are those beautiful berries? (excuse my ignorance!). And I want that glass brewing bottle too. My house was full of those when I was a kid as my dad used to make elderflower wine all the time. x

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    1. I'll excuse yours if you excuse mine! Snow berries??!! I have no idea either-just like them! The fab bottle was from our charity shop-they had four in at the time, for the grand sum of £2.50 each-don't know why I only bought one though!! x

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  8. Forgot to say ''more sticks into the house' is hilarious!

    Don't suppose you fancy giving me a styling lesson...?

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    1. OOh-hello again lovely! Well, that's Jon-hilarious. He thinks most things I do are hilarious at bes and questionable at worst. No, I do him an injustice, he's pretty good really. I'll give you a styling lesson if you give me a writing lesson...! Actually, when I get round to making a date for our blogging get-together at my house, I think we should all have our cameras to take a few shots. I'll get some extra props in and you can all go a bit shoot-tastic!xx

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  9. beautiful soft light...love the close up shots!lovely!

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  10. Yeah, when does tidying up ever involve bringing more sticks into the house? Have to say that the result is stunning and you're welcome to bring sticks into my house any time.xx

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    1. !!! ;-) Have to admit-my idea of tidying up may not be everyone elses!! Jon calls it a 'stylists' tidy ! xx

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  11. Oh yay! Was going to ask what these lovelies are called...but allesistgut has mentioned it in the comments. Thanks you!

    Snowberries!

    I think I stepped on one once by mistake and it was filled with this gooey substance ... can it be?

    Lovely images and styling Caroline :)

    Xx. Holly.

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