A set of gold and malachite jewellery from the UPM.
UPDATE: I've found a detailled online photo of this tiara. So you can see it better. Here.
Those are my long-sleeved T-shirts (well, 7/8-sleeved in case of the blue and the purplish).
And this is what I saw in our bathroom:
See? It works.
I played with colours in another way, too. Outi Pyy suggested on her blog creating colour palettes from photos we like. I did it with paintings. Here are some of my results:
These are bobbin lace bobbins. Some 46 of them, if I remember correctly. 23 pairs, then. That already makes room for some good bobbin lace experimenting.
Here's to exam on Renaissance Literature. Results: as of now, unknown. Anticipation: highly stressful. Studying: high fun.
So, enjoy my favourite version of As You Like It, and, as it were, the only one I've ever seen. It's curiously filled with pretty 1830s-40s clothes. And it's fun.