1) cheeky little fox
via: Lori Marie
2) cheeky dip dyed blue hair
3) cheeky motivational print
4) cheeky color combo: yellow and lavender
via: Martha Stewart
5) cheeky dollhouse pillow
6) cheeky summer dress
via: Need Supply
7) cheeky plaid bow tie
via: sweetest nest
9) cheeky china
via: west elm
10) cheeky wooden mushroom family
Went to a new thrift store last night and it blew my mind. Giant! I only had about 45 minutes until they closed and I just wandered in a dreamlike state for the first 20 or so. Finally, I snapped out of it and made some purchasing decisions for both myself & the shop and and managed to snap a couple pictures of things I didn’t take home but kinda fell in love with. P.S. Those cowboy boots were SO SO TINY! So cute!
A couple photos I snapped oh my phone of our backyard basking in the glory of a day of sunshine over the weekend (oh, and a random one of our crammed garage for good measure). Still mourning the loss of that delightful sunshine…
P.S. If you live in the Orange County area and are interested in spending a glorious sunshiny weekend at the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, hop over here and enter a giveaway hosted by Emily Kaufman, The Travel Mom. She constantly has giveaways going on so check back to her Facebook page often.
I loves me some Easter egg dying! Sean and I try to find a new concept for our eggs each year and last year we found nothing, completely uninspired. This is for sure our Easter egg dying technique 2011. Watch the video! I think you will be pleasantly surprised, like I was, at how easy these are to replicate.
Via: Martha Stewart
How-to video can be found here
Today is SUCH a sleepy day. All I can think about it getting back into bed and watching a movie and sipping on something warm. One of these lovely beds would suit me just fine…
Via: Matters of Style
Via: Crazy Agnus
Via: Domino Magazine
Is anyone else with me? Isn’t his foggy day such a downer after a beautiful sunny weekend?
I’m going to try to start posting some of the things that I find but pass on at the thrift stores as part of a weekly (or as often as possible) feature. First installment isn’t too incredibly exciting but I took some pictures so I figured I would share.
The orange on this lamp was a super pretty coral/blush color in person. Overpriced at $25.
Cool coffee table with a reverse-Moroccan sort of shape. $55
Two-tiered side table. Somewhat mid-century in design. $25
Amazing shape, bad smell, ridiculous price. $180
Sweet rattan chair if it were life size…but alas, it’s mini:(
Call me crazy but there was something oddly appealing about this canvas painting. $4
Adorable little school desk. Still thinking about going back for this one. $35
Retro mid-century ice bucket. Leather, acrylic, and brass (and by that I mean pleather, plastic, and aluminum painted a brass color). $4.50
I’m on the hunt for a cute little Easter treat for my niece and nephew (since sending a full on basket via USPS to Colorado isn’t exactly a viable option) and thought I would share some of my favorite findings:
Perfect for creating their own fairy tales are
these cool blank-slate books:
Image Via: Elizabeth Kartchner
Availiable at: Draw Your World
Getting their fingers
dirty (and likely a piece of furniture of two while they are at it) is required with these non-toxic, Eco Finger Paints:
Available at: Eco Art Works
My niece and nephew loves themselves some pirate paraphernalia so these would be perfect for scribbling on the sidewalks on a warm spring day:
Available at: Sunshine & Sidewalks