Sylvie Facon is truly an artist. The dresses she creates are more akin to masterpieces that have jumped out of a canvas than evening attire. Each one tells a fantastical story you can’t help but wish you were a part of.
The pieces are often inspired by everyday things such as books, a violin, buildings and straw. Seemingly mundane items that Facon transforms into wearable whimsey and wonder. I am dying to get my hand on that book spine dress! Which one would you wear?
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Hello friends, here is my second journal with me of 2021 in my new reading journal. Two months of nothing and then two videos in a row! I aim for a rustic vintage aesthetic with my reading journal but I would like to bring a bit more of a dark academia style to it going … Continue reading Journal with Me | March Before the Reading
Hello friends, here is my first journal with me of 2021 in my new reading journal. I aim for a rustic vintage aesthetic with my reading journal but I would like to bring a bit more of a dark academia style to it going forward. I feel like that style would suit a reading journal … Continue reading Journal with Me | February Reading Journal
In honour of The Irish Readathon happening all of this month, I created some Ireland themed ephemera bundles for reading journals, junk journals and scrapbooks. You could use them in other craft projects as well like card making. I used vintage maps of Ireland, illustrations of various areas in Ireland, Irish script, and hand-drawn illustrations … Continue reading Ireland Reading Journal Ephemera Bundles | ElaineHowlinStudio
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