Today's adorable freebie is these 8"x10" owl printables from Crystal's Craft Spot. These printables will make a great wall art to decorate your little girl's room. You can download one or all three for free!
Friday, March 7, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
"Merry Meadow" is a flora and fauna inspired collection of bath accessories by Kassatex featuring sleeping and wide awake owls, birds and trees in cheerful colors. It's a sweet range which is perfect to add an instant whimsy to your bathroom. There are the following fun products offered by the range - toothbrush holder, towel set, tissue holder, tray, shower curtain, soap dish, lotion dispenser, tumbler and waste basket.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Nathalie Lété Forêt Verte
Nathalie Lété Forêt Noire
Nathalie Lété Jardin Crème
Nathalie Lété Jardin Gris
You & Me
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Awake Chocolate is a life saver in guise of a sweet treat for all of us caffeine addicts who are looking for a delicious pick me up on a go. On the weekend, I received a box of Awake caffeinated chocolate from a dear friend who is very much aware of my fondness for coffee and chocolate. The moment I opened the box I fell in love with the packaging design in bright blue, orange and yellow, featuring wide eyed owl on brown background. But boy, was I in for a surprise. The moment I took the first bite into the chocolate I was in complete heaven! It's creamy, smooth and packs a bunch of caffeine, the same amount you would get from your cup of joe.
Awake Chocolate is available in two mouth-watering flavors - milk chocolate or caramel. Apart from bars, there are also pint-sized bites which are equivalent to half a cup of coffee which is perfect for afternoon or after dinner. You can order Awake Chocolate online from here.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Mixed media artist Jessica Joslin creates these bizarre looking creatures from bones and found objects from junk shops – light fittings, chandelier parts, decorative sconces, radiators and gas lamps. The sculptures have a dark element to them because of the usage of bones but inspite of that these creatures look very much alive, some even look as if their picture has been taken while they play, happy as a lark despite their lack of flesh.
“I don’t think of what I’m doing as dark, necessarily,” she says. “Death is inherent in the work because of the bones, of course. But I see the work as part of the love for the living creature – and if they’re going to have a life after death, I want it to be fun.”
Jessica gave a great interview to Bizarre Magazine here which you must read if you have more questions like - where does she get the bones from?, how she puts all the odd pieces together and much more.
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