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Good Looking Things Next To Each Other with Luci Everett – Small Inconsequential Objects

by Jenny Butler
Wednesday 22nd February 2012

Another fascinating day with Luci Everett and her gathering of small inconsequential objects. I wish Luci would come around to my house and arrange all the little piles of dust gathering bits and pieces so beautifully!! -Jenny x

This collection is a good example of how I’m actually more child than adult. I know I’m certainly not the only one to keep more trinkets* than one needs, but mine are particularly questionable. 1.5 cm high woven basket? Silver glitter pipe cleaner in heart shape formation? Really Luci?

The thing about possessing small inconsequential objects is that it’s the most efficient means to collect dust. If you want to really make a lot of dust settle in a short period of time, make sure you get your hands on a 1.5 cm high woven basket, several tiny floral plates, some vintage glass bottles varying between 3-8 cm in size, a few tiny ceramic bunnies and a heart shaped tin mould that you will never use to mould anything with. It’s an incredible phenomenon.

- Luci x

* I actually dislike the word ‘trinket’ probably even more than I dislike that moment when you think you’re going to sneeze and you don’t.


by Jenny Butler
Wednesday 22nd February 2012

4 comments

  • Donna 3 years ago

    Loving the Guest Blog this week! The pictures are gorgeous, and I love Luci’s sense of humour. Laughed out loud over the anti climax sneeze side note this morning. x

  • Jen 3 years ago

    ok. this has been my FAVOURITE guest blog so far. and by far, I mean by a long long long way.
    i want that little sombrero and pipecleaner.

  • Pippa 3 years ago

    I’m loving the dust collecting collection! It’s a joy!

  • Catherine 3 years ago

    I’m loving this guest blog too! Just so you know Lucy, I’d been keeping a heart shape made out of a chocolate foil wrapper for more than 10 years (until my cat decided to try and eat it – she didn’t succeed, but now the heart is not so much broken as obliterated!)

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