There’s just a few more days left to Christmas. Here are some happy things for the last-minute shoppers out there. ;)
6. Linen Pouch
7. Enamel Mug
9. Badge Brooch
10. Sunglass Case
These few weeks of rain and unusually cold days have made me wish I had a comfy cushion/pillow that I can hug while working in front of the computer. So it’s only logical that today’s gift guide is all about cushions. :D
Diamonds are expensive. Maybe this cushion (by Yellow Heart Art) will suffice.
I’ve always wanted to make one like this – obviously I’m not the only one. This cute notepad cushion from Cookie Cutter.
Delicious-looking pastel pouffy cushions from detailF.
Nice mix of neutral colours on this cushion by Earthlab.
Who doesn’t love anything French. This French Letter cushion from French Melody.
New York on a cushion – from Kimoley Deco.
Too cute! Crocheted penguin pillow from Peanut Butter Dynamite.
Simple but good-looking cushion from Robin and Mould.
For those who are more in touch with their dark side – a skull cushion from Subculture Arts.
I love anything tufted – even if with just one button. This beautiful cushion from The Illusion Factory.
Which is your favourite?
I had a sudden affinity for things with scalloped edges recently and hence the basis for today’s gift guide.
Book Page Pendant Light by Zipper8Lighting
Cereal Bowl by Young Alexander.
Scallop Clock by uncommon.
Scalloped Mirror, also by uncommon.
Geometric Scalloped Necklace by SilkPurseSowsEar.
Betsy Dress by Little Ticket.
Scalloped Pendant by Raissa Bump.
Christmas Snowflakes paper garland by ArtsDelight.
Sand & Sea Journal by Oh Pangaea Books.
Begonia Blouse by Kelsey Genna.
Today’s gift guide is books! This year, I’ve been addicted to buying books. It’s a wonderful feeling to see my shelf filling up with design + craft + creative books, but when it comes to moving house, it’s definitely on the top of the list of ‘heaviest-things-to-move’…I wish I have a magic wand that I can use to make my books small and lightweight during house-moving. :)
This list is actually more like my wishlist and I feel a very very strong urge to buy at least two of them – can you guess which two? hehehhe
Ahhhhhh! minä perhonen!!! Such beautiful prints and textiles~ A retrospective of the past 15 years since its establishment. I’ve had a flick through this book and the images inside are truly, truly inspiring!
Something cute for the craft-enthusiasts out there! Very beautiful images of crafting tools and materials – best dictionary ever haha!
*All 3 images above from perimeterbooks*
Victionary has once again come up with a gorgeous book; this time with a focus on art direction and fashion photography, aptly entitled ‘Mastermind’.
This book has been out for a while now but is still to-desire-for nonetheless.
Today’s gift guide is all about pouf footstools. That reminds me of some fabric I cut to make a pouf sometime ago – I should look for it and finish making it!
Slumber by Aleksandra Gaca.
A notebook-inspired pouf by Anne-Claire Petit.
From Cisco Home.
From Ferm Living.
Frank Pouffe by Donna Wilson.
Crocheted pouf-stool cover by lacasadecoto.
Pompom Pouf by Lisa Hilland.
A burlap pouf from Lovintagefinds.
Knitted poufs – various versions can be found. This one by nanahome.
Globetrotter pouf from Urban Outfitters. I like!
Not really a pouf, but still as cute and comfy! From Zilalila.
I think poufs are such comfy items to be had in the house and creates a certain kind of coziness and playfulness, which adds character to a space. Yeay to poufs! :D
Hello! The happy-merry-gift-giving season is almost here and I just can’t resist to do a few gift guide entries. First up, jewelry.
An origami necklace from Homako. I’ve been in love with her jewelry since discovering her a few months ago and these few days I’ve seen her pieces appearing in several blogs. Yeay!
Seems like braided/knitted/crocheted jewelry is a big hit right now and this one from AAliciaAccessories looks like it can keep you lucky people (in the Northern Hemisphere) warm during Christmas! :D
If the previous wasn’t warm enough, add another one, hahha
Another fabric necklace – I love the simplicity of it. From Urban Creatures.
Beware! Felt balls are everywhere – from rugs to necklaces. But this colour scheme is so bright, glowy and merry that it is just very right for the holiday season. From Feltik.
This pretty denim necklace from Nest Pretty Things.
A bright red brooch from Uloni. This lady does amazing crocheted sculptural wearables!
Hand-painted geometric necklace from Vickygonart.
Rachel Loves Bob makes geometric necklaces out of vintage book covers!
How about some jewelry for our dear pets?
This pet tag and leash from Blink is so pretty and might be a very good present for my dog heeheheh.