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Recycling a bottle, flashmob style!

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A flash mob (or flashmob)is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression  I am luckily still on holiday and I wish they could last forever! Spending time at home with […]

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New kanga necklaces

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Grocery Bag earrings

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From this….                   To this!

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Mr. Dudu – Introducing Kibe!

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Kitengela Glass, a long time neighbor to Nairobi National Park, is a hidden gem. Founded in 1981 by Nani Croze, provides a lively training center for over fifty artisans receiving on-going training and/or employment in various artistic disciplines. In addition to helping individuals make a living through their artistic abilities, Nani is committed to maintaining […]

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New Crystal Clear Necklace

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My neighbor once said that square is “evil”. And here you are with a super evil necklace made with plastic bottle and beads that my mum gave me last time I went to Italy (something like 3 years ago…) I personally love this one, so simple but unique in its own way. Earrings are included. […]

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Little Mara Bush Camp

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  The Little Mara Bush Camp boasts one of the best and most spectacular locations in the famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve. It is located on the banks of the seasonal Olare Orok River, overlooking a large hippo pool with a population of over 40 hippos at any given time. It is only a 05 […]

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Life in color!

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  I was looking for new ideas, something fresh, colored, different and happy. After several tentatives with colors and paint here the final result!   “Life in Color” collection looks stunning against a black shirt.  

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How long does it take?

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Photography challenge

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  I had finally found 2 minutes to take a quick photo of my new creations. I choose a place with nice light and set up the kanga and the necklaces, everything looks perfect. While I focus i see something moving…a white paw! I shout: c’mon Muffin move! She didn’t…

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Kanga Style

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The kanga (or khanga; from the old Bantu (Kiswahili) verb ku-kanga, to wrap or close), is a colourful garment similar to kitenge, worn by women and occasionally by men throughout the African Great Lakes region. It is a piece of printed cottonfabric, about 1.5m by 1m, often with a border along all four sides (called pindo in Swahili), and a central part (mji) which […]

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