Isto tudo para dizer que sou uma mulher de poucas palavras. Prefiro imagens a textos e textos de escrita. Espero que se não aborreçam comigo (e se tiver um erro mesmo muito parvo avisem-me)!
De seguida queria-vos também mostrar um pequeno something que fiz para uma amiga (também doida por chá) como prenda de anos; trabalhei a madeira, pintei-a com duas camadas para dar um efeito vintage e de seguida transferi as imagens na madeira. No fim passei com verniz para ficar com um pouco de brilho. O resultado final poderia ter sido melhor, mas em geral fiquei contente como ficou. O que acham?
I spent my childhood in a foreign country, and everyday I had to deal with various languages at the same time. Usually, people who experienced this kind of reality tend to develop good languages skills; in the 11 years I lived in Switzerland I learnt (swiss) german, french, italian and a bit of english, but at the same time it left me very confused in regards to certain linguistic details. I've been living in Portugal for 5 years now (and I am taking a degree in languages!) and still make extremly stupid mistakes. It is something that I'm not very proud of, but I guess it's something that awkwardly fits with my "airhead" personality.
But the whole point of this was: I'm not much of a talkative person, nor do I write a lot (which is funny because I write letters?); I much rather post pictures instead of writing long texts, so it might be possible that in the future I will post more pictures than actual texts. I hope you do not grow bored of me!
On another note, I also wanted to show a little something I made for a friend of mine. She's also crazy about tea so I thought I'd make her a tea box as a birthday present for her. I tried to give it a vintage effect, and also added images to it with a recent wood transfer method I discovered. I was hoping for a better end result, but oh well, I tried my best. What do you think?