Last year I attempted to make my own ‘exposure unit’ that would allow me to expose large screens. Almost a year on I have decided that the previous method was… well rubbish!
The photographs, displayed above, are part of the latest experiment. Please accept my apologies for the utterly rubbish photographs! The downfall of taking photographs in a dark room.
Granted that when you start up a new business, without any capital, it is incredibly hard! And, in a lot of cases we have to improvise with the little tools that we have. My case I had literally nothing. I’d sell something, and then that little bit of money would go towards purchasing materials to make my own ‘tools of the trade’. No pocket money for me, not yet! Continue reading
Have you ever, like me, wondered around designer stores or browsed through social media sites such as Pinterest or Instagram and felt envious of the beautiful displays of stylish home decor? Some people have that awesome talent for decorating their home with such style and grace. I, unfortunately, am not one of them. My home can be described as a hodge-podge [putting it politely] mess at best. As well as having a poor eye for coordination and decoration I simply do not have enough money to fill my home with delicious delights. Instead I forage for scrap! This piece of driftwood was found upon the shores of Wales – such a beautiful place.
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