135 Euros plus shipping! Who doesn't need a grey turtleneck in the winter?
Country Living of hanging a pretty basket of greenery from the door instead of a wreath - in this case the home-owners used an old trapper's basket. You could refresh the boughs all winter long - and add some pretty berries for colour. Genius!
RRL is sooooo awesome. Some of it kind of reminds me of that very cool (and super creepy) HBO series Carnivale. Sure, you can't always actually make out the clothing... but it sure is evocative. You can practically hear the clicking of the old film reel and the scratchy, tinny piano music...
this great post on Momtastic with a salt dough recipe and the boys loved measuring, mixing, and especially kneading the dough. We played with it for a while like play dough (no rush!) before rolling it out and getting out the cookie cutters.
For some reason he needs to stick out his tongue to concentrate...
Showing Mr. Fireman the ornaments (Mr. Fireman was a big help)...
We then dired them out in the oven for 4 hours - perfect for cleaning up, having lunch, getting to and from school, and of course - naps!
While the ornaments cooled, we set up the painting station and practiced on some canvases.
The finished products - I made sure to put in the holes before they baked, and then added the red string to hang. My favourites are their hand prints!
When Dad got home and the paint was dry, we got to hang them!
It was the perfect all-day project, and I love seeing their ornaments on the tree (all near the bottom of course - our tree is a little bottom-heavy this year!)
micasarevista.com, so I had to use google to translate the accompanying text (achieving some pretty sketchy English let me tell you). If I am to trust the gist of what I read, it seems this is a duplex in a renovated former brothel called Le Petit Venice. Cool. Also, the looks seems to have been created without a ton of cash, since the majority of the pieces are from Ikea, Habitat, and Zara Home.
I like this simple kid's bedroom with the beautiful original art. That graphic black and white piece just makes me want to get out my crayons... And I love that pretty blue pillow (that was also seen in the living room).
Lulie Wallace, with their vibrant colours and rugged shapes. The technique reminds me a lot of David Milne, one of favourite Canadian artists. These would be great stacked at the end of a narrow hallway, or over a hall table or chair, or as part of a gallery wall... I am already imagining all the places I would put mine! Check out her colourful blog and her shop for more inspiration.
Found on Design Work Life.