Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Prima Handmade Christmas

Prima Magazine Dec 2012 Issue
Photography by Debi Treloar


A little while ago I was commissioned to Style a Handmade Christmas feature for the Dec Issue of Prima Magazine, I decided to choose bright and colourful products to feature in the article, plus some DIY decorations, gift wrap ideas and festive dining. The gorgeous wreath above made by Silly Old Suitcase opens the show and is available to buy here. I enjoyed decorating the Victoria Pendelton Bike from Halfords with gold streamers and fairy lights, I also feature lovely gift wrap by Kirsty BaynhamStormy Knight , Paper decorations from Peach Blossom & Pearl & Earl - to see the full feature pick up a copy of the Dec issue on newstands now.... Also don't forget I'll be at Prima Magazine Stage Area at Birmingham's NEC for ICHF Craft's for Christmas Show this thurs 8th to Sun 11th, demonstrating some of the ideas in this feature plus more Homespun Festive Makes and selling signed copies of my current book Homespun Style, buy tickets for the show HERE. Hope to see you there x

9 comments:

silly old suitcase said...

:-) thank you!

I'm so excited to see all the pretty things in this december issue of Prima Magazine!
Let's get that colourful Christmas
started!!

xx

Alison Gibb said...

I LOVE the purple and yellow 'distressed'(?) wall!!

Gabrielle Treanor said...

The feature looks fab, may have to treat myself to another Christmas mag! Good luck at the Crafts for Christmas Show, I'm sure it'll be brilliant.

Hege Sletsj√łe Morris said...

It's beautiful!

TINA KENT said...

what a truly beautiful wreath!
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will_uk said...

Your shot with the bike is a stunner, Selina. You are so talented!! :) x

Maxine said...

I just want to say that I love everything you do. On Pinterest, the pics I pin always end up being yours. Thanks for being so inspiring!!!

Maxine

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found and sewn said...

I love the paper decorations and the wreath is gorgeous!

Alicia Conway said...

Such an intresting idea to brighten design! Everything i've seen earlier was of pale tones and not very catchy. But yours looks great and cheers me p!=)

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