chickie bookmarks!

I downloaded these awesome chick bookmarks from JinJurup, and I love them so much! I glued the printer paper to card-stock before I cut mine out, just to make them more sturdy. They are so cute! Get yours here, for free of course!
Via Folding Trees.

Okay, so there is no way I could have come up with a post for these two shots, but I just couldn’t resist sharing them with you, so we have this random post!
First of all, this tax-form dress is awesome! Read more about the creator here.

That, and I’m in love with this little guy…

Isn’t he sweet? Our graphic designer Kevin found this little cross-eyed Brussels Griffon on Flickr, with Keeping one eye on you as the caption. What a doll!!

another great cord idea

You might remember the awesome electrical cords made to look like vines that I posted a while back – well these sweet beaded cords are another great option! The ones shown above are made by Nathalie Costes, and they’ve got me wondering how difficult it would be to make my own! And I’ve got to add, I love those big chunky beads! So awesome…
Via Les Carnets Du Design.

samantha -Apr 15, 2009, 2:17PM
so awesome. im going to have to find a way to DIY this. this is a great way to keep my cats from chewing through my cords but still look cool!

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bryan nash gill

Ah! How badly do you want one of these relief prints by Bryan Nash Gill? Amazing – I agree with Swissmiss when she says she would like to have one decorating her home…

Lilly -Apr 11, 2009, 10:47AM
I like your blog^^ The relief prints are really stunning, at first glance I thought it was a fingerprint in a strange form :)) Lilly :)

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This video gets better and better! Paper art by Petra Storrs.
Found via Style Bubble

Alissa -Apr 13, 2009, 10:54AM
This video rocks. Love how unique the style of it is. And the music sounds cool with the tearing paper!

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This video from wlevin on YouTube is hilarious! Passover’s over, and wouldn’t it be neat, if you could use all the matzah that you didn’t eat! I especially loved the matzah dog house! Enjoy…

buffi -Apr 10, 2009, 1:55AM
OMG! that is too awesome! that really rocks on a completely new level of rockness-awesomeness. big love from Dubai!
danno~ -Apr 09, 2009, 8:39PM
her hair is legit rocksteady, danno~

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These gorgeous Easter eggs were decorated by Pam of Gingerbread Snowflakes. She hollowed the eggs first (tutorial for that here) and then used Mod-Podge to glue some flowers she had already dried onto the eggs. They sure do look beautiful!
See more of Pam’s Easter decor ideas here.

delicious

Yum! This Butterless Almond Cake that Angry Chicken made the other day looks like the perfect breakfast. The recipe she used looks really easy too – almond paste, sugar, flour, eggs, and a pinch of salt – simple, and yummy! I can’t wait to try it!

RhysPeace -Apr 09, 2009, 10:01AM
Amazing! Also check out recipes on pacific rain (www.pacificrain.blogspot.com) good simple food!

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make a compost bin!

I simply couldn’t resist mentioning the article on how to make a compost bin that was recently posted on Craftzine. Though composting is something you can get into any time, I feel like spring cleaning is a great time to start something like this! It’s really easy too, and it seriously cuts down the amount of waste coming from your home, besides making all your trees and flowers happy! Plus who doesn’t want to feed cute little worms?! Click here to learn to make your own!

repair manifesto

I love this repair manifesto! I need to print it off and post it by my sewing machine…
Found on SwissMiss.

These special cracked colored eggs really caught my eye! I love them, they’re so pretty! Barefoot Kitchen Witch has an easy how-to based on Chinese Tea Eggs, which are a relatively common street snack in China. Perfect for Easter!

Nicole -Apr 06, 2009, 6:16PM
LOVE. I'm totally making these.

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candy sushi – yum!

I can almost taste these little candy sushis right now! Yum! Mommyknows originally created these for her daughter’s birthday party as both a craft activity and the party favors – but I think they would be a fun activity (not to mention fun to eat) any time! Plus they look really cute! Check out her candy sushi how-to to make your own tasty set!

Veronica -Apr 08, 2009, 6:49PM
I love this idea for my kids!!!!
D -Apr 07, 2009, 1:38AM
i literally JUST made this for a friend last week! not as easy as it looks but verry yummy. egotrippingatthegates.blogspot.com

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