Check out these awesome landscapes, made and photographed by artist Carl Warner! They are created entirely with food!
The castle is made of cheese, and the wagon wheels are mushrooms! I bet you can pick out the rest!
I love those rock-potatoes! And corn cornfields!
Mmmm…. Bread mountains.
Here is the artist at work on one of his creations!
You can see a bunch more of Carl‘s foodscapes right here! Special thanks to FP girl Lisa, who emailed us to make sure we saw these! Thank you so much Lisa! Great eye!
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These little felt brooches are so adorable and carefully detailed! They were created by Kup Kup, whose Etsy store, Kup Kup Land, is filled with many more equally cute little somethings. I would love to pin a tiny collection of these treats on my jacket!
I saw this on Penguin & Fish blog!
Ever wanted to learn to knit, but found book instructions too difficult? Jasmine, of our sweater design team, teaches how to cast on and how to do the most basic knit stitch in this fun little video! All you need is some yarn and a couple of knitting needles, which you can get real cheap at any craft store, or Wal-Mart, Target, etc…
Look forward to our next episode too, when Jasmine will teach us how to purl and how to cast off! I can’t wait to learn more stitches!
These incredible shots were taken at the Devil’s Pool on Victoria Falls in Africa. In the Devil’s Pool during September and December people can swim right at the edge of the top of the falls and not go over! This would be so amazing! Plus, Victoria Falls is arguably the largest waterfall in the world! What a great way to see it!
Via Black Eiffel.
Today is the last day to sign up for our winter craft swap, The Art of Giving! Join us in handcrafting some amazing gifts for your fellow Free People friends! Read all about it here, and to sign up, click here. This should be really fun, don’t miss out!
For those of you who have already signed up, you can expect an email next week with your partners information! Happy crafting!
I was starting to wonder when the first real snow would ever get to Philly, and this morning, it was here! It even stuck a little bit, as you can see here on our dog yard!
Below is some snow falling on the mighty Delaware River. Very pretty!
These gorgeous shots are from Kuwana Japan’s annual winter light show, in their Nabana no Sato theme park. There are reportedly 4.5 million LED’s in the show! I’ve always wanted to visit Japan, now I wish I could get there before March, when the show ends! So beautiful!
This is the Rain Man Decanter by Matilda Sunden Ringner, and it is pretty darn cool. If I had one of these, I think I would be constantly looking for stuff that needed poured or watered, just so I could watch it…
Via Design Crush.
I couldn’t resist putting up these cute kitties I saw on The Moldy Doily- they are all painted up and ready for fun! I don’t think my kitty would tolerate being painted, but it sure does look awesome – I especially love the skeleton one.