Yarn Bombing

Today I decided to yarn bomb the nearest item to my person…which happened to be my baby Nikon. I love this camera so much, but it kills me inside every time I take it anywhere because I’m so scared that the screen is going to get scratched. Now that problem is evaded thanks to my newest experiment with yarn. I actually really like this wool cover I made. It connects with nude colored buttons to the back and bottom of the piece so it can easily be put on and off, making taking pictures safer ( and cuter!) that ever!

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Kodak Instant Film

Have you ever bought something cheap, thinking that by buying it you’re saving a whole bunch of  money in the end? It just needs a few fix ups, a little bit of TLC. And then you end up spending more money in the end than if you had bought it brand new? Behold. Such an item. Originally I was in love with this old vintage Kodak instant camera, but after investing in film up the ying-yang this is what I got. And so I started the “No Kodak Left Behind” project. Developments that would otherwise be thrown to the wayside, being preserved and loved. Have any spares? Send them my way!

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