two kinds of augury kaftan now online at raintower.
reycled and deadstock fabric as always, and each piece is hand dyed by me.
May this be the first of many purchases from my upcycled love~
This may be one of the cutest personality quizzes we’ve seen lately <3
Take the quiz to learn a little more about yourself and some natural herbal remedies!
This is wonderful!
I got Chamomile Echinacea Slipper Elm :D
Dandelion, Echinacea, Fennel.
Chamomile, Fennel and Peppermint :3
Echinacea, fennel, and nettle c:
Dandelion, Echinacea, Passionflower.
Dandelion:You Are: Scrappy and tough, you’re a pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstraps kind of person. You don’t give up easily and you often thrive in situations that others would find discouraging. You have an instinct to serve others and see yourself as most useful in times or places of crisis, but you may over rely on your toughness and forget how sensitive you really are.
Echinacea: You Are: A protector. With an amazing blend of optimism, nurturing and goodwill, you lend your strength and energy to those in need. Your seemingly infinite goodwill and boundless supportive energy make you the one people turn to when times are tough. Your greatest strength is, of course, also one of your weaknesses, especially if you neglect to take care of yourself. At times like these, it’s a good idea to take a step back and focus some of that protective energy on yourself.
Passionflower: You Are: Deeply concerned about others and the world around you, you have a developed sense of what’s right and just. You’re a bit of an idealist and strive to see your vision of perfection realized in the world. On occasion you get out of balance, and you may feel a deep sense of unease and be prone to worry—especially at night, tossing and turning over all that is wrong or that needs fixing.
Here’s the piece I did for myampgoesto11 .
Ink and water on 300g A4, February 2014.
this arrived yesterday! I can’t thank you enough Ted. My birthday is in two weeks so this was great timing :)
Ritual Dagger (Phurpa)
- Dated: 15th century
- Culture: Western or Central Tibetan
- Medium: iron and brass
- Measurements: 27 x 2 x 2 inches (68.58 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm)
Source: Copyright 2014 © LACMA Museum