Month: July 2009

Coffee and TV

It is very busy week packed with work and migraines. Thought I’d share one of my favorite MTVs from Blur. I hope everyone’s having a great week!

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Shop of the Week: Patchwork Harmony

Our Shop of the Week features Caroline Taylor of Patchwork Harmony. Although it’s a fairly new shop, it’s fast gaining popularity both in the internet and in the real world. Her shop has been featured in Enterprisenation, a website for home business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs; Period Living, a home interior design magazine; and The London Paper, a free paper handed out to busy commuters of London. Today, Caroline shares with us how she started her online store, her inspirations and some tips for everyone who would like to start a small biz.
Read the complete interview at Beautiful Handmade blog.

A Mix of Music, Lamps and Fashion

I’m loving these fashion photographs by Zhang Jingna.
Light, classic, and whimsical just like the baroque music playing in the background…

Press play and slowly scroll down to view the photos:)

music: Prelude in D Major by Johann Sebastian Bach

all photos via: Zhang Jingna art + photography

Too Cute Not to "Post It" – The Post It Love Commercial

Found this video a couple of days ago at Jacqueline Pfeffer’s blog. It’s just tooo adorable not to share. And also because I want to fill my blog with beautiful things, and LOVE
don’t we all?

via: Jacqpfef via le love

ps,
i have a new favorite blog🙂

Photography: Printed Wallpapers by Rachel Smith

When it comes to interior design photography, Rachel Smith is a famous name in the blogosphere. These photos are from her Still Life series, entitled “Graham & Brown ” 1 and 2 collection.




all photos by: Rachel Smith

Shop of the Week: Jane Alexandra Cormack

Our Shop of the Week is owned by Jane Alexandra Cormack. I stumbled upon Jane’s Etsy shop when I was putting together a post on paper recycling. Most of her creations include recycled materials – paper, beads, ceramic, sea glass, silver, shells, pebbles, drift wood, business cards, postcards; a mix of this and that.
Learning about what she does besides creating items for her shop really makes you think “She’s one artistic person.” Besides creating jewelries, she also writes poems and songs. She’s very well traveled too: been in and around Europe, North and South America, Australia – and later Queenstown, New Zealand. I’m sure her experiences, the places she’s been and the people she met in her travels influence and inspire her art. Let’s get to know more about Jane Alexandra Cormack:

What is the inspiration behind your shop’s name?

Well, shop name yeah, not exactly a mystery. I was originally called JAC ART years ago because I was creating a lot of different art works but I thought my own name sounded more elegant and so I chose ‘Jane Alexandra’ for my business for a while.

But then I already had a website called janecormack.com, so I thought things might get a bit confusing with the different names so decided to use all three!! It’s quite long I know and I may change it in the future when my etsy store sells out!!! Then I can open a new one!!

Read the complete interview at Beautiful Handmade blog.

Makebelieve Shopping: Boho Clothing and Accessories

Speaking of Bohemian style, here are some of my personal choices from various shops:

clothing and accessories via: Urban Outfitters Women’s Apparel
clothing and accessories via: Indiesin
The rose embroidered skirt is actually a tube-dress. I love that you can wear a tube or blouse over it for a different look. (so fun!)
clothing and accessories via: Free People