As promised, I have for you part two of how to make your very own 100% unique Native American belt. Perfect for a July Fourth-weekend, but just as suitable for a casual outfit that requires a little eyecatcher to pull the look together.
It's July Fourth! To all of those celebrating, party on! To everyone else, have a spectacular weekend!
Whatever you're up to, I hope you're not dying from the heat... In case you are though, check out my instant frozen yogurt recipe. You probably have all of the ingredients lying around anyway and it is the perfect treat for any summer picnic!
I know I will be having loads of it this weekend...
But let's draw our attention to this weekend's craft.
Since it is Independence Day, I decided to dig out photos of a project I took in July last year (!) that I have been wanting to share with you for a long time (but clearly haven't gotten round to), and which is deeply connected to America's history.
For this project it was my brother who dug out, or rather, stumbled upon this Native American beaded belt. I don't quite remember where we got it, but I have the sneaky feeling it is in fact a children's belt.
Be they written, sung, filmed, photographed or staged, stories are where I feel most at home. On this blog I want to share with you my own stories, projects and adventures after moving to Berlin. So grab yourself a cup of tea and be prepared to smile, laugh, cheer or cry. Hopefully smile more often than cry though.