These colorful windows have something mysterious to them. They make you want to believe in all the good in the world, and to happily sing Imagine along with John Lennon.
Like cathedrals, Traditional Islamic architecture used to be full of these peaceful rainbow windows. It was not just about mosques. If you visit some old houses in Iran from Qajar and Abbasi era, you’ll see they’ve used this architecture, too. It’s a shame people can’t live in those anymore! I just adore them! I always thought if we all could eat, laugh and live with colors showering on our faces, life would finally have some harmony and peace.
As I told you, I always loved to live in a house with stained glass windows. So one day I figured, well, why not!? If I can’t have colorful windows, at least I can have a colorful wall hanging!
I’m so excited to show you the result! (I just don’t want to spoil that exciting feeling of “wow, I wonder what that is gonna become”. But I guess you can just scroll down and find out. But come on. Really, don’t you wanna feel curious just for a couple of minutes?)
Winter has come, and other than the fact that Game of Thrones season is near (Don’t tell me you didn’t think about that when I mentioned winter!) it is also time to organize the closets and put away all the old stuff. But if you’re anything like me, there are probably one or two t-shirts in your wardrobe that you love so much, but they’re either torn, old, or have permanent stains on them. We can’t let them go, and we can’t have them back. We bury them deep in our closets, hopelessly wishing for the day when the scientists finally come up with a product that magically cleans away all stains, or when a prophet rises that can miraculously repair old clothes. We just sit, hug our dear clothes, and wait.
But it doesn’t have to be like that.
It’s too soon to give up hope.
And I have an idea.
Do you like kittens?
How would you feel if those ugly stains on your clothes suddenly disappeared, and a cute kitty replaced them?
I am gonna teach you how to repair old clothes, and hide the ugly parts with a cute kitty!
Metal boxes, gorgeous tins, jewelry boxes, they are everywhere. You see lots of them with flower designs these days. “Shabby chic” is in, and with it comes the love for light blue, pink, and flowery boxes. Flowers have been present in Persian paintings and designs for a very, very long time. And these gorgeous boxes remind me of them.
You know, they are actually not that hard to make. In fact, I am going to teach you how to build one. It’s so simple, a piece of cake, and the result looks just adorable!! And guess what, this is a green & eco-friendly DIY, you can recycle that old wooden box you’ve had around for ages, or the one with ugly paintings, or the nostalgic one that belonged to your grandma!! Yay to recycling!
I’m so excited to share this with you! So enough from me, go down and check out the tutorial for this eco-friendly DIY yourself!