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You might be thinking a hearts bag is just for the Valentine’s Day but actually you can accessorise many looks with hearts and look just so cute.
Business: As a creative person, I carry my iPad and laptop around for working on a coffee shop or meeting with clients. I think the hearts bag add the right amount of fun and creativity to my look without looking too crowded
Socializing: I love go with friends for some window shopping on cute streets. If I find something I want to buy, I’m able to keep it in my tote bag instead of buying a bag for ¢25
Traveling: The hearts bag is perfect for the most romantic city in the world, but I actually can’t imagine travelling to any city without a tote bag. From a book to read to a scarf for the freezing airplane, a stylish tote bag get you covered.
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Decorate in eclectic style can be challenging, but mixing rectangular frames with hoops can make your house show a witty, laid back personality.
To create this unique aesthetics in your walls follow these 5 tips:
1. Pick a theme
Artist and architect Carol Grillo mixed cats and coffee with contrasting frames and lots of humor
2. Play with sizes and texture
Carlota Zorzáles mixed rustic and golden finishes in a charming asymmetrical gallery
3. Pick a colour palette
Andrea used a pair of hoops and flowers in harmonic colours to create a transition between rectangular frames
4. Try a focal point
Haley focused on the cat and flower, tying together watercolours and technical prints
5. Go bold
Sarah Benning used pairs of hoops to strategically break the angles in this stunning stairway gallery with contrasting wall
I hope you got inspired by these ideas and decided to create your own embroidery gallery. If you make one, please let me know on the comments or send me a message! I would love to see how you display your embroidery hoops!