Monday, March 30, 2009

earth hour 2009

Check out this link to some cool Earth Hour 2009 images here.

Make sure you click on the images to see the lights go out :)

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Friday, March 27, 2009

amazing street art

Amazing work by master street painter Edgar Müller view the slideshow here

or check out his site here

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Thursday, March 26, 2009

hooked on bookmarks

These are the smartest bookmarks I've seen... and so stylish too.

You can get them here at Black Ink Boston or here directly.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

beautiful birdcage

There is so much to see at here at jars of cute, they found this beautiful decorative birdcage here at Etsy.

I know someone who'd love this, maybe one day we'll get together and make one of our own...

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Sunday, March 22, 2009

calendar cuteness

I know it's almost a quarter of the way through 2009, but I just thought I'd post this cute free calender to print here you can always start the printing from April :)

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Friday, March 20, 2009

audible books

I have loved listening to my ipod audible books from they have a 14 day free trial offer here just make sure you cancel your membership if you don't want to continue :)

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

funky fabrix

Check out the what's new at Funky Fabrix here I really love the Frida Kahlo print just have to think about what I'd do with it... maybe a gorgeous tote bag?

There are some great tutorials at How About Orange here I'm just not sure which one to choose..

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

clover day

The 4 leaf clover - 1 is for Faith - 2 is for Hope - 3 is for Love - 4 is for Luck

In the spirit of all things Irish today I found this cute clover cat, check out the cool things at Moo you can have printed here they have fun sticker books which you can create just by dragging the images you want, from the site or use your own images and they will deliver anywhere :)

I think Melissa Crowley has some adorable work (above) check here for more.

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Monday, March 16, 2009

light up your life

I'm loving these recycled light shades very inspiring.. check here for some more designs

now I'm just wondering what old appliances I have at home that need updating?

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Friday, March 13, 2009

friday the 13th

Just a few things for the day, firstly a giggle from Doug Savage and his chickens...

Why not get creative and try a newspaper blackout poem? Grab a newspaper, a black marker and click here to see Austin Kleon's blog telling you how to be cool amongst other things...

or you could spend a little time here with Andy Foulds at Pen And Ink with some black ink...

hope you enjoy your weekend

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009


hmmm... just wondering I could justify another laptop?

well it is more portable than the one I have hehe :)

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Monday, March 9, 2009

it's my year!

Well it's the year of the OX and predictions are looking good,
"The sun is shining high; mentor luck is visible and is an excellent year."
but I don't actually need to be told that, a great year so far.

Check out this work of art buffalo origami (above) click here and have a go at folding it for yourself.

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Friday, March 6, 2009

double double take

I found this cute before and after diy photo gift (above) instructions here and it reminded me of the artwork of Patrick Hughes - Patrickspective 2007
(below) which I was lucky enough to see in January.

make sure you click here and press the play button to see the full effect of his work, check out the gallery and if you do get a chance go and see it in person.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

it all started with orange, paper, scissors and glue

I never ever thought I would create my own blog!

I guess I can thank Jessica Jones @ How About Orange and Stacey Al Mehairbi @ Paper, scissors........glue for the inspiration.

And so inspired, I've decided to share some of the things I've stumbled upon lately... let me know what you think.

Hopefully there's something here for you :)
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