Sense of citrus
This week was a sleepy one. I could use some citrus zest to awaken my senses! In the absence of olfactory-inducing energy, I will look instead to these yummy, citrus-hued finds from around the web. The watermelon scarf is something I might have to try as a DIY – perhaps as a hand-carved stamp, like the one by Katharine Watson (but not nearly as intricate.) I can see myself curled up with a blanket and a a slice of that delicious-looking sponge cake while my feet perch comfortably on the super cute bench. Ah, daydreams!
Top left watermelon scarf from Antonin Margaux | Top right eggless sponge cake by Yummily Yours | Bottom left hand-carved stamp by Katharine Watson | Bottom right twill woven bench by Natalie Stopka for Design Sponge
Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of BiblioCraft: The Modern Crafter’s Guide to Using Library Resources to Jumpstart Creative Projects.
Also, the latest Todd Selby book, Fashionable Selby. He has seriously created the best job for himself. File under job envy.
I need this laundry folding robot ASAP!
Smiling not optional with this sweet round up.
A dose of truth and the success of Pixar: “People say they want to be in risky environments and do all kinds of exciting stuff. But they don’t actually know what risk means, that risk actually does bring failure and mistakes.” – Ed Catmull
Whether your weekend is high impact or low key, let it be fabulous. I’ll see you next week!