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vaasje van een gloeilamp / lightbulb into vase

Mistletoe vase ca 1920's. Rene Lalique, opalescent glass. Rene Lalique was one of the most famous glass makers during the Art Nouveau Period. Lalique crated the techinique of encasing opalescent glass with opaque white glass. His pieces were some of the most beautiful of the time and are still highly sought after today.

from Clean and Scentsible

Fall Front Porch {Outdoor Decorating Ideas

Great opportunity to practise stitching.

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

alex-quisite: paper-clay: Shio Kusaka via The Object Enthusiast come into my World for more Art & Design, Sex & Photography…

from Freebie Finding Mom

DIY Tin Can Planters: Decoupage Tin Can Planters

Need cheap and easy spring decorating ideas? Before you toss those empty cans of soup, repurpose them into DIY tin can planters. These decoupage tin can planters require only a few materials which you likely already have and mere minutes to create. Once your spring planters are completed, simply fill them with your favorite indoor plant (i.e. succulents), so you can enjoy a bit of the outdoors inside.

from Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

10 DIY Beautiful and Easy Living Room Decoration Ideas 7

I want a glass of these in my study room when I move into my own place

Yee_Sookyung Korean artist takes broken pottery shards and fuses them with 24kt gold into sculptures

Joey Richardson - English Sycamore, acrylic paints. Her love for wood, nature, fauna and flora developed her great enthusiasm for woodturning and evolved into a full-time profession in 2002. Inspiration grew as she spent time with Binh Pho; she learned to refine her traditional methods and to add new, innovative techniques: piercing, colour and texture. She learned the importance of creating from the inner self. Each piece comes alive with its own story, as dreams, memories and passion. . .

Eunice Botes: Best part of creating a new piece is drawing/incising into the wet clay!