Monday, March 30
Saturday, March 28
Wednesday, March 25
Tuesday, March 24
Monday, March 23
Sunday, March 22
Saturday, March 21
I love carrying my red-checkered picnic tablecloth in my handbag and laying around in parks while eating sandwiches and reading. I do it by myself, but when I invite friends over, we always dress up and have beautiful 19th century-esque picnics.
By the way, here are 101 recipes to take to a picnic and a how-to guide in case you have no idea what to do about it.
Here are some springy flowers I spotted on Saturday... Apparently they are called pansies in English, but in Spanish they are called pensamientos, which translates as thoughts, which I think is much more beautiful.
Tuesday, March 17
I found this guy a while ago while flipping through a magazine. I kept his name, and now I'm posting it. Nick Veasey uses x-rays!!
"In a world obsessed with superficial appearance it is a refreshing change to be able to look beyond the surface. Beauty, after all, comes from within."
Monday, March 16
I have this vision of a beautiful room, but I know its not gonna happen soon. So I jumped to the chance of doing something little that will help the room look a little more like I want it. In this case, a door stopper. I needed one because my door kept closing with the wind, and my mom just insisted on putting one very nice sculpture to stop the door, but the sculpture was too beautiful and I feared ruining it.
So, I took an empty mayonnaise jar and filled it with pebbles I collected in a beach in Brighton, England (they are part of my larger beach sand collection). And ta-da, instant door stopper!!
Tell us what you like about it, what you hate about it. Do you look forward to it? What are your favorite spring activities?
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2). Month 3
We are already on March!! What have you accomplished this year in real life or on Etsy?? Have you followed your New Year's resolutions? What are your plans for the rest of 2009?
Welcome to the March 16, 2009 edition of etsybloggers.
TiLTcreations presents Etsyblogger Carnival: Spring is About to be Sprung posted at Crafts, kids, home and life.
Angie A presents Angie's Crafts: Etsy Bloggers March 13 Blog Carnival! posted at Angie's Crafts.
Lily Wrey presents TuLips Talking: March 13 etsyBloggers Team Carnival posted at TuLips Talking.
Now let's go visit our teammates blogs and read this edition of the EtsyBloggers Blog Carnival!
Saturday, March 14
Something's Hiding in Here show their house. I dream of living there.
Spinning over at Knittingdragonflies.
Closed Zone: a little animation about Gaza.
The Geisslers over at Nothing is New.
A horse collection featured in Aesthetic Outburst.
Wednesday, March 11
Here are some pictures from my cell-phone since my camera is still not working.
There's a rainbow in there. Can you see??
This benches are amazingly comfortable and soooooooo beautiful...
My squirrel friend trying to smell my cellphone. That's her tail...
Such a beautiful spot...
Tuesday, March 10
Textile art by Hilary Denis on Another Shade of Grey.
Please Sir features Nancy Honey's photography...
... and Cacharel's Spring 2009 collection.
Kafferepet styles her sister in a bandanna.
Text Pieces by Stefan Brüggemann in Today and Tomorrow, but also...
... the Hemeroscopium House by Ensamble Studio.
My Love for You is a Stampede of Horses features Casey Jex Smith.
And Pinch My Salt, a new cooking blog I've been drooling at, gives us the recipe to a Quick and Easy Lemon Cake. This blog's recipes sound delicious, and the photos are pure food porn. I'm baking this cake tomorrow.
Garfield Minus Garfield is a site dedicated to removing Garfield from the Garfield comic strips in order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle. It is a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb.