Good morning, everybody! I am planning a dinner this weekend for a group of close friends in which many are strictly gluten free and vegan. Sometimes it gets challenging for me to come up with new cute dessert ideas that are gluten free as well as does not have any dairy in it, especially because I don't bake very often. When I came across this recipe to make adorable owl cupcakes I knew they fit the bill! Now I know what I'll whip by for the dinner that will please the guests very much. You can find the entire tutorial to make your own owl cupcakes on this blog.
Friday, August 5, 2016
Thursday, August 4, 2016
Helena Miciajewa is a ceramic artist who currently lives in Belarus. She creates these stunning ceramic pieces with ton of details and intricate patterns. The sculptures and wall hangings are hand-painted in a wide range of color scheme and often finished with just the right amount of gold. Her pieces have the charm of folk art that are sure to be cherished by one for many years. There is not much information online about the artist but you can view more of her ceramics on her website - Helka Art.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Barn Owls and Hollyhocks is a collaboration between Portland's Juju Papers and artist Carson Ellis. Besides loving owls, I have always been gravitated towards metallics on almost anything and everything. When I saw this beautiful design of wallpaper I started to think of spots in my house where I could have this beauty. It would look great in gold in a bathroom or in silver in a hallway.
There is a sweet, heart-warming story behind the artist's inspiration for the owl wallpaper. You can read the it here.
Labels: Decor ·
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Brazil based designer Bianca Pozzi graduated in Fashion Design and worked as an in house textile designer for a couple of years. Currently, she works as a freelance illustrator and surface pattern designer creating designs for fabric and stationery. Her work is a complete delight featuring animals, butterflies and floral in soft hues of watercolors. She would be glad to hear from you with any queries related to commissions and art licensing. You can view more of her work on Facebook and Instagram.
Monday, August 1, 2016
Marina Yamkovskaia an artist from Russia specializes in making dolls. She handmakes life like dolls of owls, bears, piglets and cats using recycled materials from old coats and hats.
She started creating these dolls in 2014 inspired by the wildlife she is surrounded by near her home. Her dolls have a huge following of fans as they all seem to fly off the shelf in no time. It can take her up to two days to make one doll that's sewn and finished with eyelashes, glass eyes and claws. She updates Instagram with images of her new work, you can follow if you like.