Veronika Jensen

Veronika Jensen

Norway / The usual unusual stuff. Film, design, graphic design, type, Sherlock, love Sherlock, art
Veronika Jensen
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Disposición de materiales + imaginación + libertad

Disposición de materiales + imaginación + libertad

#22. Organization. It might seem boring to some, but I'm really glad I'm organized.

#22. Organization. It might seem boring to some, but I'm really glad I'm organized.

Close-up observations of soda cans-- like looking through the eyes of Georgia O'Keeffe at an everyday object.

Close-up observations of soda cans-- like looking through the eyes of Georgia O'Keeffe at an everyday object.

DIY-Anleitung: Lampenschirme in Blumenständer verwandeln / diy tutorial: use lampshades as flower stands, crafting, upcycling via DaWanda.com

DIY-Anleitung: Lampenschirme in Blumenständer verwandeln / diy tutorial: use lampshades as flower stands, crafting, upcycling via DaWanda.com

Ceramic cactus plant:

Ceramic cactus plant:

shadows | I like photography

shadows | I like photography

At the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar, Wilderness Festival. August 5, 2017.

At the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar, Wilderness Festival. August 5, 2017.

Succulents. these clementine boxes are so cute, what a great use for them!

Succulents. these clementine boxes are so cute, what a great use for them!

DIY mini zen garden with succulent. How to: Select a container from your local garden centre, home decor or craft store (glass looks fantastic also). Get white, fine sand (try terrarium or aquarium sand from your local pet store) and select a small succulent or cactus. Fill the container 3/4 with the sand, add your plant, leaving it in it's container, then top up with sand so it covers the lip of the plant container. Give it a gentle shake to even out the sand surface then grab a pen or h...

DIY mini zen garden with succulent. How to: Select a container from your local garden centre, home decor or craft store (glass looks fantastic also). Get white, fine sand (try terrarium or aquarium sand from your local pet store) and select a small succulent or cactus. Fill the container 3/4 with the sand, add your plant, leaving it in it's container, then top up with sand so it covers the lip of the plant container. Give it a gentle shake to even out the sand surface then grab a pen or h...