26.10.12

glitter for frankie

Cool news (for me): I’m now a DIY project contributor on the Frankie magazine blog! It is such an awesome opportunity, and I am going to do my best. Frankie is one of my favourite magazines, as I have mentioned on here so many times (I also love the more masculine Smith Journal published by Frankie Press). They printed a few of my photos in issues 49 and 50, too, which I am over the moon about. I am so flattered that they thought of me.

To start, here is a post about glittered feathers. I know this is so simple and there are probably a hundred glitter feather DIYs out there, but mine are sooooo pretty, if I do say so myself. I hope you enjoy and if you end up making something with your glittered feathers, I’d love to see.




20 comments:

  1. gahhhh, anabela, so pretty!! many congrats on your many successes, you have such an aesthetic sensibility and i love to see everything that is touched by it. the feathers are so beautiful, and your images are so rosey and delicate. gorgeous!

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  2. So awesome! This is one of those "why haven't I ever thought of that" projects. I love the idea of making a hanging mobile out of them

    Congrats on the feature!

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  3. So pretty! Two of my favorite things: glitter and feathers.

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  4. Okay, this is awesome. NOt just because glittery feathers are pretty - but FRANKIE! Seriously cool that you'll be contributing there! It is one of my very favourite magazines!!!

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  5. i adore this project! it seems messy, but i will have to try it!

    lindsey louise

    hellomrrabbit.blogspot.com

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  6. Dude, this is so incredibly beautiful! Might be my next Christmas decoration! Thank you for sharing this!

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  7. Wow! Congratulations, I am so happy for you, I love reading Frankie here in Australia! I must try those glittered feathers out... xxx

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  8. I saw this DIY posted on Frankie's FB page! I didn't know it was you, congrats on being published in my fav magazine :)

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  9. ohhh congrats...frankie is the epitome of perfect magazine-age, i think! :) and i had never thought of glitter-ing feathers, but i *do* own a glue gun...so...hmm...maybe this will inform my halloween costume? haha.

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  10. Congrats darling! This is such an incredible opportunity. You deserve it!

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  11. ahhh that is AMZING news!! can't wait to read your posts. Frankie is an all time favourite magazine for me too.

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  12. Oh my goodness these are so lovely! I want to make a banner of glitter feathers!

    xoxo missdottidee.blogspot.com

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  13. Oh, I have issues #49 and #50 sitting right next to me! I need to look for your photos :) I can't wait to see your DIYs on my doorstep :)
    xo

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  14. This is so hilarious when I saw Frankie post this on facebook I laughed at how Fieldguided the photograph was - NOW I KNOW WHY! so perfect.

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  15. Swoons. Now I want to make a glitter feather headband!

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  16. Congrats! These are just lovely. I really like how you used them on the balloon.

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  17. Anonymous19.1.14

    Love the nude pink feathers......can you reveal where they were soured from? As well as the gorgeous flitter? Some glitter can be so tacky, but yours is so sophisticated

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    1. Feathers from here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PLUMULE Glitter is Martha Stewart Crafts brand.

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  18. What kind of bird feathers did you buy from the Etsy shop? Thank you!

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