this week’s awesome finds

What a fab­u­lous idea, draw­ing on rocks with white ink! Reminds me of the leaf draw­ings. Anoth­er project I can use my sil­ver pen for :D From Paint Cut Paste.


An air plant grown in a round lamp­shade! Now I must find out where air plants are sold. From Design Dreams Japan.


Mon­ster pud­ding cups! The faces are drawn on the inside of plas­tic cups with melt­ed white and dark choco­late. Find the rest of the recipe on the Zui Blog! :D


Pat­tern for a super pret­ty lace top on Made by Rae. I’m rac­ing to the fab­ric store as soon as the semes­ter is over!


One of those real­ly sim­ple but super bril­liant idea — stamps made with bot­tle caps and foam stick­ers! From Mama Jenn.


One of the vis­i­tors to my blog point­ed me to the pea shoot­er cro­chet pat­tern on Rav­el­ry — it’s free! (Thanks Anna! :D) Pat­tern from What we did on our holy days.


Also found this sewing pat­tern for sale on Etsy for the pea shoot­er, the sun flower, and the wall-nut! Love the wall-nut. So plushy.


Spot­ted this beau­ti­ful macrame owl pat­tern via That Artist Woman, who made it into a love­ly neck­lace. I kind of envi­sion it being a long neck­lace, won­der­ing what kind of thread I should use so the owl will be more stiff and hold its shape… and I love how it’s hold­ing onto a twig! 


Fan­tas­tic Mr.Fox has got to be one of my favourite movies, and so I was so excit­ed to see the Kristof­fer­son and Ash cus­tomes! So awe­some! From Check­out Girl (great blog too! Must read through the past entries when I can find time).


I’m head­ing to Nia­gara Falls this week­end! Look­ing for­ward to writ­ing a point-and-shoot post when I come back! :D Have a love­ly week­end everyone!


4 thoughts on “this week’s awesome finds

  1. See­ing that lit­tle macrame owl sure brought back mem­o­ries. I was very into macrame in the ear­ly 70’s. My Mom still has an owl tow­el hold­er I made, even though it’s rel­e­gat­ed to the base­ment bath­room :-) Look­ing at the link, I made a card­board hold­er just like that one and used it to make dozens of chok­ers. If you are think­ing of mak­ing that owl, you might try nylon cord. It’s a bit more sub­stan­tial than yarn.

  2. they had cro­cheted PvZ plants on an episode of “day day up” too! :D (it was…a long time ago though. i think i told you on facebook?)

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