What is your job here at FP?
Retail allocations + planning What is your current state of mind?
I’m a teeny bit of a flibberti jibbet today. Thanks FULL MOON! Who are your heroes?
The hulk and super gonzo. If you could chose what to come back to life as, what would you be?
A flower fairy or just someone less clutzy. things like to hit me in the head. maybe someone with better handwriting… or just less thirsty? What or who is your greatest love?
this is a very tricky question… my mom Name one thing necessary to your happiness.
The Kitty. (and yoga.) What do you hate the most?
malevolence What would the name of your band be and what genre? What instrument do you play in this band?
*Theremin Fight* Electroclash and Rock and Roll. I’d play hand claps. What color are you?
Periwinkle (it’s what my mother calls me) What is your motto?
You regret things that you don’t do more than those you do.
Above is a picture of Meredith’s beloved kitty, The Kitty. She is super cute, cross-eyed, and six-toed! Also, don’t miss Meredith’s blog, it’s really good!
I love these illustrations by Kate Wilson! I love that they all feature birdies and sweets, but I love the cute little sayings that go with them even more! Too adorable! Kate also has a fun blog that’s worth checking out, Peonies & Polaroids.
Isn’t this like every kid’s fantasy? I think if I had a slide next to the stairs in my house I would only slide down to the lower level. This picture is part of a slideshow on Cookie Magazine’s website, featuring a green home built by a British architect. When making the plans for his house, he let his children have a say in what they would like as well, which is how he ended up with a slide by the stairs! I love it!
Happy Thursday, and welcome to our Thursday Poll! Last week we browsed the totes and decided our favorite was the Feed Bag Beach Tote, with a whopping 45% of the vote!
This week I am wondering which bralette out of our large selection you guys will find most appealing! Check out a few styles below…
First check out our Tie Dye Bralette shown here in purple/pink.
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.
These shots are from an interesting installation by Madrid-based art group Luzinterruptus. They took many plastic bags and affixed them to lights and sticks in the front yard of the Prado Museum in Madrid, creating a field of soft glowing lights. It’s cool to see plastic bags, which I often see flying around in the street outside my Philly apartment, used to create something that, in my opinion, looks really pretty!
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!
These ostrich eggs made into mini-blackboards from The Red Thread are the perfect little Easter treat! They come with chalk so you can write or draw your own sweet messages on them! Plus, ostrich eggs are much stronger than chicken eggs, so they’ll last! Awesome! I want one!
Via Apartment Therapy.
I find these photos of an abandoned old junkyard in Switzerland really inspiring! I can’t put my finger on what I like so much about the pictures, but they’re just really appealing! The old cars are so beautiful, even, or maybe especially, with plants growing all over them! The whole set is really good, you can see it here. Via.