Hand dyed creations. Hand made wooden toys. Rainbow art. Street art.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Our little girls room X.x

These are some piccies of my little Miss Scarlette Rose's room, we are so soooooooo lucky be able to paint our rental home, and we made her space a playful bright (very girly) room that she will want to hang out in, the flags are a mix of tie dyed cotton and star prints made really cheap and framed some gorgeous cards that had really sweet positive messages that are nice reminders to read!! We decorated her room when her baby brother Sylus was born to also welcome the change in our home and family! So far so good!! yeahhhh!!! X.x

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Colourful tram shed!

Awesome day out, found some peices by some artist's i like, phibs........
Below info is taken from the Harold Park website.............

Built in 1904 and once the second biggest depot in Sydney, the tram sheds housed up to 200 trams, servicing Glebe Point, Leichhardt and Balmain until 1958.
Ownership of the tram sheds was transferred to the NSW Harness Racing Club in 2002.
The tram sheds are heritage listed under the Leichhardt LEP, 2000.
The Club has made a number of attempts to restore and refurbish the tram sheds over the past few years as a multipurpose site but each attempt has been rejected by either Leichhardt or Sydney City Council.
Cost estimates for restoring and refurbishing the tram sheds range between $20-35 million.
There are 5 remaining trams inside the sheds. These have been offered to various organisations but to date no one has accepted responsibility for their removal.
Current zoning prevents use of the tram sheds for anything other than recreational activities.