I just recently discovered the beautiful work of a Brazilian artist Marcella Ferreira. She makes detailed dolls and dioramas out of paper mache. Her work is delicate, magical and of narrative nature. To learn more about her and her work you can visit her website where she has categorized her work under dolls, watercolors and collages. She also has an online store where you can find her pieces that are available for purchase, or if you have something in mind that you would like her to make for you then you can be in touch with her with your custom order.
Friday, November 6, 2015
This paper pencil owl holder printable is something that teachers can make as a classroom project with the kids and later hang it on wall. There is a template to make the owl shape which can be downloaded from here. Simply print the template, cut and decorate. If you like, you can make a garland using different colored owls who will guard your pencils so they don't get lost.
Labels: DIY ·
Thursday, November 5, 2015
- Christmas Owl Bird Teapot For Two with Mugs
- Santa Tea For One Porcelain Teapot and Mug
- Snowman Ceramic Teapot for One
- Reindeer Ceramic Teapot for One
- No Peeking Santa Teapot for One
- Happy Santa Ceramic Teapot
Whether it's tea for one or more, why not make it extra special with these quirky and fun holiday teapots. You can find the teapots here or through the links given above with the individual teapot.
How cute are these critter cups! These little guys are very easy to make by following just a few simple set of instructions from Rebecca's blog Simple as That. The tutorial comes with printable patterns for owl, fox and raccoon. The woodland creature cups can be filled with treats and used for party favors, classroom treats or to decorate Thanksgiving table.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
1. Light sensor owl night light by UO
2. Felt owl napkin ring by Pomegranate
3. Hoot's in the Kitchen? Measuring Cups by ModCloth
4. Nordic tea towel by M&S
5. Plum & Bow cozy critter plate by UO
6. Assemble home ceramic snow owl mug by UO
7. Cast iron owl twine dispenser by M&S
8. Owl vase by M&S
9. Porcelain owl napkin rings by Zara
10. Paper owl napkin rings by Zara
Laikonik was started by Kasia Jaquot in 2005 as a venture where she could realize her creative ideas and her love for vintage Polish folk art.
Her main focus is products’ quality and environmentally friendly nature behind her brand. In celebration of their 10 year anniversary they launched a special edition of Once A Year Book. The book is a unique idea to record a child’s life from birth to adulthood. It's hand bound and features beautiful letter-pressed cover illustrated by Laura Blythman in soft pastels. The book comes in two designs - owl and fox, in a ready-to-gift wooden box.
Labels: Stationery ·
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Magpie's newest collection Wildwood is designed by Sarah Young a designer, illustrator and printmaker who works from the South Coast of England. Wildwood is Sarah's very first collaboration with Magpie influenced by folk art and woodland creatures. The Wildwood range includes plates, coasters, mugs, espresso set, glasses, storage tins, tea towels and bamboo trays.
Monday, November 2, 2015
Melbourne-based designer Roza Khamitova, originally from Kazakhstan designs stunning scarves. Her scarves feature hand drawn bird feathers in bright and beautiful colors accompanied with intricate patterns. Each scarf, when worn as shawl around the shoulders gives an illusion as if the person wearing it has an awesome set of bird wings.
“I observe nature and find inspiration in the smallest details," artist's statement. "Maybe it’s a butterfly’s wing or the patterned cell structure of a leaf. Maybe it’s a feather or a raven perched on a tree limb. I take in what I see in the natural world and then create my pieces.”
Roza sells her gorgeous series of scarves on her website Shovava where you can also check out skirts and leggings by her.
I featured her owl scarf previously here.
Labels: Clothing ·