I love this awesome idea for a deer head decoration from doe-c-doe! She used the pattern from a vintage transfer (the middle picture) and embroidered the deer’s features onto the fabric, then backed it with 1/2″ foam core. Doesn’t it look awesome?!
Be sure to check out doe-c-doe, it’s good!
These pretty little garden markers by Monkeysalwayslook make me want to go plant a garden right now! They’re made out of vintage silver plated spoons and forks. Check out Monkeysalwayslook’s blog here.
Via Design Sponge.
I really like these cute little stools from All the Luck in the World, don’t you? I especially like the cream colored ones! The crafty hand-embroidery really makes them!
Betty Joy found these!
I’ve been really into wall coverings that are more textured lately, so of course I love these sweet leather panels by Genevieve Bennett. Aren’t they pretty? I would feel tempted to rub my hands over it all the time if I got one. More on Genevieve’s site.
Via Oh Joy!
My friend Scott in Production came across these crazy interior products called Phat Knits. They’re really interesting to look at! I only wish I could see one of these pieces in real life! The bottom one especially looks like it might be a good place to sleep…
Here’s another way to have plants right on the walls in your house – these “green pockets” by Maruja Fuentes!
I really like how they look with the matching wallpaper!
I love the texture and organic look of these wallpapers by Hanna Nyman. See more here.
I love this idea from Apartment Therapy – ribbons as curtains! It looks gorgeous, and you could think up infinite color combinations! I don’t know why this never occurred to me!
I love this little project from Design*Sponge! With some Altoid (or other) tins and a few other supplies you can make one of these cute mini gardens! I think I will make the zen garden – a little sand to rake on my desk might be just the ticket! See the instructions for both here.
These stones with gold leaf decorations on them are so pretty! Poopscape Projects (unfortunate name I know) has a how-to for these little guys, and though I haven’t tried it yet, it does look pretty simple. See it here.
Isn’t this combination pet-home cool? It’s really neat that the birds and fish can look at one another. I wonder what they think?
I would love to have one of these! I saw it here at the site of Constance Guisset, who I am assuming is the creator of this sweet cage…
While we’re on the topic of bird cages, I also wanted to show you this crazy dress:
Created by artist Kasey McMahon, this is a wearable, functional bird cage!
Both via Neatorama.
The girl who runs This is Love Forever just put a how-to on CraftStylish that shows how to make the springy centerpieces shown above! They are so adorable and chipper- I will definitely be trying my hand at this project! See it here!