Monthly Archives: February 2011

Skull and Crossbone Lace

I’ve had this skull and crossbone lace pattern bookmarked for a long time, but have kept putting it off. I finally knit up a little sampler while I was sick. I love this adorable pattern, and can’t stop thinking of … Continue reading

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Let There Be Light! Knit Curtain Tie Back

I love my blackout curtains. I live in an older house that comes with the common problems of being poorly insulated and having old, drafty windows. I can’t imagine why heat retention wasn’t one of the big goals in the … Continue reading

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Even Sickness Won’t Stop Me from Creating

I’m sorry that I kind of disappeared for a while. I’ve been really sick for the past few days and wasn’t able to muster up enough energy to post. However, I’ve not been completely unproductive. I began working on an … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Drawing

Yesterday I did a drawing for my Valentine in my Moleskine. It’s a sketch colored with colored pencils and adorned with collage.

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Rolling Bunting Stamp and DIY “Ink” Pad Tutorial

As I’ve already mentioned, I just love bunting. It’s something festive and nostalgic that just fills me with happiness each time I see it. There’s countless bunting tutorials online made from fabric, paper, yarn and even ice. I wanted to … Continue reading

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For the Love of Moleskines!

There’s something so appealing about Moleskine journals. They’re the Apple of journals. Moleskines are trendy yet classic. They’ve been used by such famous people like Van Gogh, Picasso and Hemingway.  I’ve seen some truly inspiring things people have done with … Continue reading

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Twisted Fabric Flowers

I’ve been drooling over all the cute fabric flowers that are cropping up everywhere. Such a small touch makes a big statement to any outfit. I keep being drawn to the look of the twisted fabric flowers. They’re feminine but … Continue reading

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