Tag Archives: inspiration
You often hear of bottle trees as being a poor man’s stained glass, but I can do better than that! Take a look at our winter window covering in our living room! The “stained glass” part is a coverlet … Continue reading
Sometimes when I see just that perfect item that embodies everything I love about fiber, handmade and needlework it just takes my breath away! Saw this lovely this morning on Facebook. It was shared by Raina’s Textile House with the following … Continue reading
You heard it here first! Actually, its what I heard this morning spoken very clearly(in my head) just before I woke up – “All is as it should be.” Pretty cool, huh?
While in Miami earlier this month Paul and I happened across these benches. The day was hot- we were in our last day of our Art Basel adventures and these benches looked really inviting. They were extremely comfortable and … Continue reading
Paul and I travel so much doing art festivals that sometimes in the coming and going and going and coming I kind of forget some of the great things we see and do along the way. Then, when I’m scrolling … Continue reading
He has flowers cascading from his head and cucumber vines winding up his legs!!!
If you’ve read Malcolm Gladwell’s book, The Outliers he refers to the 10,000 hours theory (as it relates to success.) After I read it the main thing I could say that I had accumulated a ton of hours doing (that … Continue reading
It’s kind of goofy to admit, but one of the highlights to the recent trip to Pittsburgh was seeing (and riding) the Duquesne Incline. It was featured in movie Flashdance! The scene (or scenes) where she (and her bike) take … Continue reading
Watched a great documentary on Netflix last night. The Tents recounts the history of the tents in Bryant Park fashion week! Fascinating! Highly recommend!