[yes Jodie that is your handwriting off the pizza box from a delivery, recycling at it's best].
Weaving, I bet you've seen it lately right? Happens to be everywhere I look, but then maybe it's because I am looking it up on pinterest, haha. Honestly though, it's making a come back and I love it.
I seen this here tutorial here : How to Tuesday. A tutorial showing how to make a mini wall weave with cardboard. I thought, get our of town, cardboard, no way! YES way and it works.
I've made a large wall weave, here that is now in my bedroom, while I still love it, I can really see myself filling a wall with a bunch of these. I feel sorry for my husband already.
As I mentioned I seen how to do this above, so I will skip the instructions and instead let you follow the link, but before doing so, check this out and my own mini weaves I made.
WAVE KITS FOR SALE
I've actually made some little kits for people to make their own mini wall weave. $8.99 plus postage [$2.50 within Australia and $3.50 worldwide]. If you are interested in ordering one, contact me kelliewinnellATgmail.com with email title WEAVE KIT. I don't have many, so first in best dressed, also please let me know if you would like a black, grey and white or pink, yellow, black and white kit. You will receive everything in photograph above [minus the cardboard], as well as wooden beads, used in my weaves below. [perfect little Christmas gift idea].
I made this one second, below. I was trying something new. While I love the overall design, I wish I had of filled in the gap with white and not tried to be so tricky. Still, the colours are amazing together.
So don't forget, if you would like a kit of your own, send me an email and I promise you, they are simple to make.