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Ruusutarha on yritys, joka tekee tilauksesta käsin paperikukkia häihin, juhliin, lahjaksi tai vaikkapa kodin kattauksiin. Tein pienen yhteistyöprojektin Sannan kanssa, joka taiteili kauniin ruusuhiuskoristeen ja toimitti sen minulle. Minä tein pari juhlakampausta, jotka Sannan ruusukoriste kruunasi:
Voit käydä ihailemassa kukkakoristeita tai tilata omasi täältä: https://www.facebook.com/Ruusutarha tai Sannan blogissa: http://ruusutarhaan.blogspot.fi/
This amazing rose hair clip was sent to me by Sanna, who has her own business making paper flowers. Go and have a look at her Facebook and blog: https://www.facebook.com/Ruusutarha and http://ruusutarhaan.blogspot.fi/
I braided 35 heads on Saturday! Most of you have probably already heard about this, but I felt like I need to tell you the whole story!
So, I had promised to do 3 bridesmaids’ hair for a friend’s wedding, and one other wedding guest squeezed in the queue as well. We started at 7:30 am! Luckily we had done a trial earlier in the week, so it was a fairly easy job… But of course my hands were shaking a bit, as I’ve never done anything as important as bridesmaid’s styles!
First, my sister got one of my favourites: a double starburst bun. I’ve done this on my sister and my daughter many times, so it was fairly quick to do and we knew it would last well. (She returned from the wedding at 1:30 am, and her hair was still perfect.)
All of the bridesmaids wanted an up-do as it was a very hot day. So next was waterfall braids into french braids into a bun. I can’t normally do waterfall braids that well, so I was very happy with this one!
The third bridesmaid had a picture of three dutch braids she liked, so we did the dutch braids and then made it into an up-do with a braided bun.
I was happy with all three. Unfortunately, I was in a rush, so didn’t get a picture of the fourth wedding hairdo that I did!
Next, I had to pack my combs, brushes, hairspray and pins and rush to Skidit – kids’ festival, where my husband was setting up my braiding stall… And that’s where the real challenge of the day was: 5 hours of braiding to follow in the next blog-post…