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LEONIE CORNELIUS & FRIENDS

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Leonie Cornelius Woodies DIY, Ireland, by Suzy McCanny Photography, Fashion-photographer-Sligo-Ireland,_E5A7093.CR2
Leonie Cornelius Woodies DIY, Ireland, by Suzy McCanny Photography, Fashion-photographer-Sligo-Ireland,_E5A7025.CR2
Leonie Cornelius Woodies DIY, Ireland, by Suzy McCanny Photography, Fashion-photographer-Sligo-Ireland,_E5A7099.CR2
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Luxury Dark Christmas

December is one of my favourite times of the year.  Every year, Winter seems to surprise me with its arrival. Suddenly, the temperatures drop and you are given beautiful Winter mornings , with their crisp, frosty-pink, dawn glow. In the evenings darkness falls sooner, often bringing amazing star-studded, sky blankets of inky blue. Every year I forget how breathtakingly beautiful nature is in Winter. It is this nature that is

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Garden to Table

  At this time of the year many gardens are looking really great. Colour is finally spreading through the borders and gardens seem to be exploding with vibrancy. Interestingly many of the flowers in the border are actually edible. Flowers can be used to make all sorts of delicious treats from lollipos to lemonades and even for savoury cooking.  This month I decided to use some edible flowers to decorate

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WB Yeats -Words for Music

A few years ago the talented poet and playwright John Kavanagh approached me to collaborate on some singing for an album called ‘Words for Music’. John had taken some works of WB Yeats and set them to beautiful melodies on guitar. Coming together to record the album, the songs morphed into stunning pieces of music, some slow, some fast and together with the producer James Blennerhasset and the incredible studio

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Kokedama

The art of Kokedama is a form of Bonsai and originated in Japan in the 1600’s. Originally the idea was to grow a plant in a pot until the roots were strong enough to display the plant in a hanging fashion, roots showing. The concept of creating a combination of suspended plants that together and each in itself creates its own little microcosm is fascinating and if you look up

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