Archive for May, 2009

HELLO TWIG & FIG!

(Photo above poached from Design*Sponge, thank you! If I had my own photo, I’d use it!) Was perusing through Design*Sponge’s great coverage of some of the artists at the National Stationery Show in New York when I spotted this card…

THE READING ROOM: REJECTED

It feels like I have gone through a massive glut of books this year. Just can’t get enough of ‘em. Even on the short flight back from Denver (after leaving Las Vegas… lights so bright, palm sweat on a Saturday…

AW, FUDGE

Those who know me, know that I’m often in need of a quick sugar fix. Since non-homebaked cookies rarely do it for me, and I try not to keep ice cream in the house, I am wondering if I should…

VIVA LAS VEGAS

Well, I’m back. I must apologize to all 2 of my followers for the long delay between posts, but I was prepping for and going on a trip to Las Vegas with a few friends for the past long weekend….

WINE TASTER’S CHOICE

This past Sunday, myself, Boyfriend Nik and some friends attended the Winnipeg Wine Festival. This is the second year in a row Nik and I have gone and I must say, we’re fans. It’s packed inside the Convention Centre, but…

LITTLE LOG PILLOWS

Can I just say that I would really like a set of these little log pillows? The pattern/kit to make them is sold by Home Ec. (awesome shop, by the way), and I think I could actually be bothered to…

GREAT OCEAN ROAD ILLUSTRATED

Or at least, the 12 Apostles rock formations in Australia to start. Just uploaded to iStockphoto today, along with an adorable sleepy squirrel illustration, previously only available on baby onesies sold through Pistachio Press.

LONG WEEK

Boy, this feels like it has been a long week (hence my lack of posting). Seems like there’s been nothing but plans and more plans every evening. I’m feeling so bagged that I don’t think I will make it to…

DECKS & GARDENING

Living in Winnipeg seems to make it a bit hard to choose hardy flowers and plants that won’t die off over the winter. Coupling that with the fact that our deck faces east and is shaded by a large tree,…