Sunday, 28 October 2012

S is for Snail

One of my latest blog discoveries is S for Snail.
It's full of snail related inspiration.
Quite fascinating, indeed.
The House of Flora's garden is indeed, full of these little gastropod mollusks.
And here's J, fashioning a statement piece, a bamboo sourced Flora-One-of-a-Kind.
And today, I chose to look closely to find some vacant shells.
I had to look as slowly as snail.
This post is a tribute to, S is for Snail.
And the whimsy that it is.
And, the magic of going slowly, and taking the-time-needed.
Who gets that chance?
Here's a lovely Flora-One-of-a-Kind
fashioned from the wonders of our 'backyard' as we say in the Antipodes.
Can you see S is for snail, in the foreground?
In a sequinned stocking.
Here's Flora's poupee modelling the piece.
In exciting news, I'm off to Sydney, in a while, to see Karl Lagerfeld's
Little Black Jacket,
a photographic Exhibition he shot on his Ipad
of an iconic Chanel jacket x 100
in a myriad of twists and turns.
Tell me if you get the chance to make like a snail?
I want to know how?


  1. It is SO wonderful...thanks ;O)) I really don't know how you make such a wonderful hat like this!! Have a magic Christmas!

  2. Thank you for visiting! I love your snail whimsy. :) xx