Monthly Archives: November 2010
I picked this little gem up at a market recently. I like the kitchness about it and well just how retro it is.
I am not sure where it comes from but each year I like to pick some sort of theme for Christmas, in terms of wrapping and decorating. This is usually quite a stressful process for those around me as it … Continue reading
When you were growing up did you ever have to macrame an owl for school. Amanda Ross-Ho makes large-scale sculptural textiles (macrame), that are being collected by the likes of the Saatchi Collection in London. I wish I could get one for … Continue reading
Just a snap I saw from a walk the other day. This house is pretty, seems fair enough to me.
Just because they are beautiful and whimsical and I wish I could have some to brighten up my day balloons designed by French designer Clementine Henrion. Images via Unique Lapin
Aren’t these images eerily and enchantingly beautiful? They’re by German photographer Matthias Heideirch for a series entitled, White Noise. Via Down and Out Chic
More clearing up of my jewellery supplies resulted in these little earrings, the feature bead is the loveliest of cobalt blue.
“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”—The White Queen, from Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. It’s such an important thought to keep imagining things even if they seem impossible. Somehow in my childhood … Continue reading