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Christine A.

Moore Millinery Designer Christine A. Moore Millinery is best known for her for the Kentucky Derby racing hat styles , two of which are on display at the Kentucky Derby Museum. With over 20 years experience, Moore is the go to milliner for the Breeders’ Cup, Florida Derby and was most recently named the official milliner for the 75th Anniversary of the Iroquois Steeplechase. What we love most are the bold and beautiful silk bows and florets with touches of feathers used throughout her Spring 2016 Collection. Here’s a little awesome tid bit about Christine . Don’t you love it! New York based jewelry company Deepa Gurnani has just rolled out their new Spring/Summer jewelry collection, and it should be obvious why we here at The Feather Place are in love!

The husband and wife partnership of the two principal designers, Deepa and Jay Lakhani, has blossomed into a fully-realized jewelry company due to their fresh and elegant hand-embroidered designs. Harlem Nights’ Joe I. Feather Ear Cuff. DIY Painted Feathers. I’ve always loved the idea of painting fake feathers, and with festival season underway it seemed like the perfect time to do it.

DIY Painted Feathers

I originally thought of these purely as decorations but then it occurred to me that they’d be a great finishing touch for a festival outfit. This is a great activity to do outside on a warm sunny day, and once you start it’s slightly addicting! What you need: fake feathers, paint (I used acrylic paint), and a paint brush. I got this paint from Utrecht and I love it. I added a little bit of water to the paint before applying to the feathers, and they absorbed the paint almost like watercolor. After the entire feather was covered I added some dots and lines with white paint. Get as creative and colorful as you want with the feathers! I wanted to add in some of the smaller brown feathers to my arrangement, so for those I kept it simple and painted them in colorful ombre shades. Arrange your feathers on a wall as beautiful spring artwork!

Photos by Julia & Brigette. DIY Painted Feathers. De la légèreté et de la poésie aujourd'hui avec ces quelques tutoriels de création autour de la plume déclinée dans la décoration de mariage.

Qu'elle soit naturelle ou de papier, elle se décline partout avec facilité et conviendra particullièrement bien à un thème années folles, cabaret ou encore 70's ou bohème. Les plumes de fumigation sont fabriquées avec différentes plumes : dinde, grand Duc, faisans, pintade, geai, oie blanche, ...poignées en cuir, pierre, ...

Le prix de départ est de 26 euros, variable selon la rareté des plumes ou si une pierre est en place sur la poignée. Une protection en carton est offerte pour assurer sa protection lors des transports. Plume de fumigation de 36 cm. Fabriquée avec diverses plumes : 2 de Dindon, faisan, pintade. La poignée est en bois de sureau et est habillée d'un cuir marron type daim qui est entourée de lacets de suédine aux deux extrémités et d'un lacet de cuir au centre, perles en verre. Disponible. ➵ Bijou de tête inspiré des coiffes amérindiennes, pour un look squaw moderne.

Ce headband est réalisé en cuir suédé tressé de couleur marron foncé, orné d'une plume de coq véritable marron clair / blanc, et perles de bois. (chaque plume étant unique, la forme peut être légèrement différente par rapport à la photo). La taille du headband est ajustable grâce à une chaînette d'extension en laiton et son fermoir mousqueton. > Plume: +/- 13 cm. Images Site Web pour cette image featherornament6.

Sincerely, Kinsey. I've attempted to tackle this project a few times now, and I believe I've finally found a combination that suits it well.

Sincerely, Kinsey

I hope you enjoy! Supplies: feathers, masking tape, hair clip, leather cord, jewelry wire, black paint, embroidery thread. Pantry Supplies: Scissors First, take a piece of jewelry wire and twist it together forming a small hook. Next, take a feather and cut off the end of the quill, right by where the feather begins. I can't wait to pair this with a long, flowy dress and messy, curly locks in the summer. I'm currently editing the day away on account of the rain postponing a photo shoot, entitling me to endless cups of peppermint coffee and possibly treating myself to an over due date with New Girl; if by chance I finish the final photos of two weddings I've been working on.I'm always thankful for stormy days; it gets my mind a brewin' and gives me a fresh perspective.

I hope your weekend is starting off grand. p.s.