Jordan Clark’s collages

Can't Hide Forever, by Jordan ClarkEyes of a Nation, by Jordan ClarkWash Away, by Jordan Clark

I think Jordan Clark‘s collage work is pretty amazing. He plays with digital and paper collages, creating a very kaleidoscopic and interesting view of the world.

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Jordan Clark website & flickr.

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DIY: fabric-covered wooden spoons

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What a lovely idea to make – and to gift – this holiday: fabric-covered wooden spoons! There’s a tutorial explaining how to make them here (but you can tell it has no mystery, right?). I wanna know who is going to try this – and maybe send me one as a gift?  ;)

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DIY via Alice & Lois.

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Decorating with herbs

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With the holidays now approaching we begin to think of a few beautiful ways to set the table, right? Look at this lovely and simple idea: herbs as centerpieces! The best part is that they can be used later in new recipes or can serve as party favors for the guests at the end of the event. Fabulous!

You can get a better idea of this amazing dinner in this video:

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Via The Fresh Exchange.

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West Elm + Faribault

West Elm + FaribaultWest Elm + Faribault

West Elm has joined forces with Faribault Woolen Mill Company, an american company that produces high quality wool since 1895, and is launching a beautiful collection of blankets, throws and pillows. I’m loving the throws and I’m already picturing that last one on my couch.  :)

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West Elm + Faribault website.
Faribault Woolen Mill Company website.

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Open space

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I love this open space concept for homes, it’s a shame we don’t find it here so often. The possibility of seeing the whole house from the top, in this suspended bedroom, seems really fun!

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Via Skeppsholmen.

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(almost) perfect Home Office

Justine Hugh-Jones home office

I work almost every day from home, so I’m always looking for inspiring home offices to maybe take a few ideas to my own benefit. This gorgeous space – home office of designer Justine Hugh-Jones – was love at first sight. Organization (the suspended files) and caos (the images on the mood-board) in the right measure. To me, the place is only missing a computer to achieve perfection.  :)

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Justine Hugh-Jones website.
Via Est Magazine.

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sweet skulls_love

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My homage to halloween – a few sweet skulls:

1. A bag of chocolate skulls, in Torie Jayne‘s lovely pic.
2. Evil – and pretty – cupcakes, in Mandy‘s pic.
3. Ginger wasabi filled chocolate skulls (with recipe!) via spabettie.
4. Sugar skulls, photo by Alix Bancourt taken in the Mixquic cemetery in Mexico.

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DIY – feather necklace

Feather Necklace tutorialFeather Necklace tutorial

I saw this beautiful and super easy tutorial on Rebekah’s blog and I had to share it with you guys. Isn’t it the cutest? Who will try to make this at home?

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Via a bit of sunshine.

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Floral – and FREE – desktop wallpaper!

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Download these sweet wallpapers on Lisa Rupp’s blog. She’s super talented and generous. There are also options for ipad and iphone. \o/

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Lisa Rupp blog.
Via How About Orange.

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Petit pot à lait

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I don’t think there’s anyone in the world that gets as excited as me with a simple creamer. I want to live inside Neëst! ♥

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Petit pot à lait from the japanese brand 4th Market, available at Neëst.

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