Monday was my first day back at work after a two week - much needed - break. It's kind of strange to be back, because we moved offices just before the break and I have to remind myself everyday to walk a different route, press a different level number in the elevator and memorise people's new work stations.
I'm trying to make my new workstation 'home-y and full of creativeness'. Here's what it looks like after two days at work.
Yep, this is where I spend my days, not doing anything creative...I think I might buy some cool decoration items or so and maybe some more photos will help to keep me inspired.
Being back at work hasn't stop my crafty projects thankfully. I have been working on this belt/wrap with Japanese fabrics. One of Marcel's friends really likes them but they're quite pricey so I promised to make her one. She'll be visiting Melbourne for the Australian Open in two weeks, so I have to finish it before she comes over.
The fabrics are mainly pink and red as pink is her favourite colour and the red brightens it up, making it a good mix that can be worn with lots of colours.
I have a really cool belt from the Danish brand noa noa which I used as a template to make this belt. It's turning out really well. It's sad that this brand isn't available in Australia as I truly love their simple designs, style and colours. Back in Holland I worked for a shop that sold this fabulous brand and I'm definitely going to visit and stock up in April.
Don't forget to visit the shop for a 15%-25% discount on selected items. The sale is on until the end of the month.