Monday, 24 September 2012


Before I left for Sheffield, I made a little Meadham Kirchhoff shrine in my room, which I have actually been very sad to leave. The whole thing is a collection of things that remind me of either their Spring/Summer or Autumn/Winter collection, because those are the two I love the most. Here are a few pictures I took before I went away;
A fluffy pig pen, a tinsel bird pen and a rainbow headband I used to wear ALL THE TIME when I was about 15 until it snapped, I haven't been able to bring myself to throw it away ever since so I'm glad it finally has a purpose here. The googly eyes, tinsel and stars in the bird pen remind me of their A/W collection, while the pink fluffy cuteness is very obviously an homage to their S/S collection. The pig pen I bought while I was on holiday a few years ago, and the other one was a gift. 
Two bow hairslides and a skein of wool on top of my feather collar, which I have worn in this post. The gold sequin hairslide is from Asos, I actually have one in blue as well but I can't find it, and the pink is one I have had since I was about five I think. The wool is left over from some collars I made for my shop.
Butterfly brooch on top of a pastel pom pom. The blue, green and purple feathers in the foreground are from a box of craft supplies.
Clockwise from centre; milk character purse (gift from a friend), empty packet of Meadham Kirchhoff for Topshop nail wraps, ball of pom pom wool my mum has had since I was little, dried up turquoise heart glitter nail varnish, bleached out candle (it used to be pink) given to me as a gift from someone I disliked who also disliked me.
Pink teddy bear trim around the base of the candle, and some more pastel wool. I bought these trims to stitch onto one of my plain cardigans, but then I decided I actually preferred it plain. Or chickened out, you decide.
Tea cup cupcake mould with feathers and yellow teddy bears around the base.
Vintage (pretty expensive) brooch and a plastic ring I had when I was a child.
Pom pom I made in school when I was six. It's actually kind of bizarre how exactly it matches the colour palette and textures of Meadham Kirchhoff's A/W collection.
Another pom pom I made with spare pieces of wool I had lying around. You can't really see it that well, but it's made with red, cream, pink, lilac, green and blue wool.
Marlena's Pastel Puke zine, which is kind of the centrepiece of my shrine and which I love so much I'm taking it with me to uni to pin on my wall.
Sequins and the ribbon from my feather collar.


  1. this is amazing. I love the Meadham Kirchhoff esthetic and you've put together such perfect things <3 I love the nail wraps and have some I just cannot bring myself to put on..xx

  2. ahh so beautiful! this is giving me so many ideas for my own shrine! also, the teddy bear trim is absolutely adorable <3

  3. This is so lovely, it looks incredible!


  4. Ahhh this is lovely!!I always get happy when I see you blog in my blogger feed ^.^ x

  5. This shrine is lovely and magical! :)
    xo, Tori

  6. you're at sheff uni?? my home turf :) you will LOVE it. After being a fan of your blog for like.. over a year I'd recommend Leadmill for a night out. :P x

  7. What a sweet idea to build a shrine - and what a great shrine you built then! ;)
    You are incredibly creative and innovative, I swear: You have a designer's mind! ;) I'm expecting great things from you, girl. ;)
    I wish you all the brest for Sheffield Uni!


  8. Great post !

    Love your style and see you as such as good inspiration :) !

    I'm an instant follower of you now :)

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  9. lovely blog! you're so creative! <3 I'm following!! x

  10. This is so dreamy, I love all the pastel colours.

    x The Pretty Secrets

  11. Great post! I'm your new Follower! I hope you visit my blog sometimes.. Thank you!! :)
    Kisses from VV!!

  12. What a sweet compilation of things!


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