Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Tooo Neat!

Confetti Scissors? I love these! Available at the Container Store (and coming to a Michael's near me, soon, I hope!)

Wall Street Journal Market Watch: Princess is the Crowning Style in Japan Fashion ~ Marie Antoinette~ Roses, Frou-frou, Fifi, & More! You gotta see this video~

Kale? Twinkling Topiaries Suspended for Christmas I've always loved kale; but I've never thought of hanging it. Makes a lovely front porch appeal focal point from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Does this remind you of hanging mistletoe balls? Complete photo how-to here.

Cream Walls with A Sharpie: Pretty Sharp ( Why didn't I think of this?) Although I would never do this, I have to admit it caught my eye and popped both wide open. WOW! On second thought, if I had a basement family area, I really might! You have to check out the WHOLE basement play room to really appreciate how much decor impact this fellow managed with only ten dollars spent on Sharpies. An amazing pan view can be seen here.

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Linens and Laurel said...

Incredible. Interesting how he paired a modern decor with the "mural" theme.

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

WOW! That's totally amazing! Talk about talent and patience.
Patricia :o)

sandra/tx said...

I love the idea of creating design with a Sharpie. Did you ever see the magazine feature where the artist mom converted an unused room into a lovely room for an eau pair, using a Sharpie to create design on the walls. It was spectacular!

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage said...

Devonia ~ I love the video ~ I just love the sweet pink dress and adore the pink rose shoes ~ I am ready to have that trend all over here ~

Kathleen Ellis said...

Thanks for all the great info! I love it when a post is interesting, inspiring and educational!
What a great idea for the walls....someone is definitely a very talented artist!
I'll have to go to the video a bit later...looking forward to it!
Happy Thanksgiving, Devonia!

Distressing Delilah said...

That mural is crazy cool!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Great post Devonia. Loved watching that video of the Princess, pink, and more pink, satin ribbons and roses. I just learned how to make paper roses. Come for a visit. Haven't seen you in a long time. ~ Lynn