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By November 23, 2014 , , , ,

In just over a weeks time the countdown begins and advent calendars are out, so I think that even though it's a bit early, it might be acceptable to mention the c-word (Christmas) now! Initially, these photos were simply based around the greenery of the crown that I made from ivy, eucalyptus, fir and rose hips, but ended up quite festive by accident after teaming it with my black and gold dress.
Some of you might remember that I made it for my GCSE textiles coursework back in the Summer using vintage fabrics and I can't wait to wear it a bit more over Christmas and New Year!
These photos ended up being quite fun to shoot and had plenty of very funny outtakes because my camera kept falling over (my tripod is currently held together with superglue). Never the less, I managed to pick out a few where I'm not tripping over, pulling faces or trying to catch the falling camera, so I hope you enjoy them!
What are you looking forward to over the festive season?

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  1. That crown is so amazing tutorial pleassse :D looking stunning as always ! xx

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    1. Thank you so much Grace! I'll work on a tutorial this week :D
      Emma xo

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  2. so cute!! lovely pictures!

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  3. These pictures are so beautiful, you look like a woodland nymph!

    Rags of Love-Alternative London Fashion and Beauty Blog

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    1. Aw thank you Bel, glad you like them!
      Emma xo

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  4. That crown is amazing, I really need to start making my own, theres something even more special about one made with real flowers and greenery. The dress is perfect too. I never managed to make anything that good for my GCSE or Alevel textiles!
    Emma Xx

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    1. Thank you so much Emma! I agree. there's something so special about using real flowers and leaves- definitely a way to bring nature and style together!
      Emma xo

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  5. Your blog is really nice that hair crown is really pretty
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  6. The crown is gorgeous! I really have to get around to making myself one that's a bit more festive and has more greenery than flowers like yours. That lip color is truly lovely on you! xx

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    1. Thank you so much Theresa! There'll be a tutorial for the crown coming along soon, so hopefully you might like that :)
      Emma xo

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    1. Thank you so much lovely :)
      Emma xo

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