Thank GOD I have Amazon Prime; my rainboots arrived today. Just in time for Irene! Ha ha……ehh….
I am NOT looking forward to this hurricane. I’m not afraid of the wind or anything like that and our apartment is not in a flood zone, but, I am apprehensive about what damage could be done to the city’s infrastructure and transit system.
Nothing for me to do now but wait.
My “Putting Her Behind Us - Hurricane Katrina Painting” was featured in the etsy treasury, “we were dreaming”
Some of my favorites from this collection are:
1. “aurora dress” by supayana, $110.00
2. “sure amethyst necklace with pale green” by iswasandwillbe, $27.00
3. “hello sunshine mug” by , $25.00
4. “pillow cover nights dark grey/button closer” by knifeinthewater, $32.00
Time to daydream. I love Orla Kiely. I used to strictly be a messenger bag girl until moving to Brooklyn and seeing these bags on the shoulders of so many women. Her prints are just wonderful… These cars are just awesome.
The little journals, however… may be more affordable.
Wonderful multi-talented designer Jessica Hische got the awesome gig to create these beautiful covers for the Barnes & Noble Classics. Love the spine view of these bad boys. They would look great on any shelf, unless if you had Twilight on it or something. Seriously though, top notch vintage type work. Pick up your own here.
It’s darling, isn’t it? I never would have thought at a mere glance that this was wool! They’re needle felted, which is essentially a very intricate “sculpting” of the wool with a sharp barbed needle.
I particularly like this little scene:
The shop is Foxtail Creek on Etsy; it’s worth a look if you’re in the market for something truly eclectic and collectible.
…once I find a backyard in Brooklyn to use, that is! Maybe I’ll have to go to Queens… ;)
What an amazing idea; the presentation is just as delicious as I’m sure the treats are.