posted on: Wednesday, 31 October 2012
Happy Halloween everyone! For the creepiest day of the year, I offer you a FREE typography "Trick or Treat" printable print! Having a Halloween party? Need a Halloween-themed decor? Print out this image on any paper size and quality you want and hang it on your door/wall! You can even print it on cards for your friends and relatives! And for the rest of the days of the year, you can visit my etsy shop to find plenty of typography prints for any occassion!
Planning a Halloween party / dinner tonight? Check out Martha Stewart's suggestions for your table's centerpieces, and I ensure you that your party will be a scream! This spider bouquet is my personal favorite!
posted on: Tuesday, 30 October 2012
1. Topshop Blazer, 2.Madrid Tumbler , 3. Flat Ballet Shoes, 4. Sleeveless Dress, 5. Fedora Hat,
6. High Heeled Shoes, 7. Zipped Ankle Skinny Jeans
Blue and black is an unusual color combination, but it's definately an unexpected and elegant choice for your workwear and even for your home accessories!
|London Underground Sign Photo Print - $10|
|Cappuccino Coffee & Cookies Photo Print - $10|
I took quite a few photos during my latest trip to London, which I will be gradually putting up on my etsy shop for sale. Here are this week's addittions: the London Underground Sign print and the Coffee and Cookies print. The first one was taken while my sister and I were walking - actually running - to catch the tube to Harrods to meet some friends, and the other one while we were having a coffee break (and a double chocolate cookies break) at my favorite Ben's Cookies at Carnaby Street. Yep...those were the days.....
posted on: Monday, 29 October 2012
Source: MR Architecture + Decor
Isn't this breathtaking? Beautiful shades of white, touches of gold and minimal lines create a serene atmosphere with perfect geometry...
posted on: Wednesday, 17 October 2012
....'cause I was working on my first ebook!!!!!! Yes it is very exciting to announce that my collection of macabre poems is finally out on Amazon ! This compilation of seven dark tales of outcast children makes a great reading for Halloween and for those who love short horror stories (with a humorous twist)! Lavinia the little vampire, Barbie the Fat Girl and Medusa have creepy stories of despair and terror for you! Check out the preview and if you like it, purchase it - and then drop me an email or write a review! I'd love to know what you think!
posted on: Monday, 1 October 2012
1. Salad Servers, 2. Salad Plates (set of four), 3. Chalkboard, 4. Novelty Mugs (set of four),
5. Oven Mitt and Pot Holder
5. Oven Mitt and Pot Holder
Following my previous post on the Curiosity Shoppe's line for Target, here are my (five) selections. Yes, I know there's a place for all of the line's products in my home, but my wallet strongly disagrees. That's why I'm limiting myself to five fab items which cost less than $100. Not bad, don't you think?
The Curiosity Shoppe in San Francisco's Mission District is the ultimate destination of those looking for quirky, clever, unusual and nostalgic objects! Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom, the owners of the store, left their crazy lives in New York City and moved to San Francisco to open up a place where they could sell the beautiful things they admired. They called the place "The Curiosity Shoppe" and filled it with rare art books, wonderful vintage finds, carefully hand-crafted jewelry and unique works of art! The artistic community of San Fransisco loved it and soon the Shoppe became famous! Today it is a must-go, must-see place that offers such a great customer service and selection of unique products, that the executives of Target.com wanted some for themselves! So they invited Lauren and Derek to create an exclusive, limited edition line of housewares, stationary, toys and gift items for Target's pop-up "The Shops at Target" series which opened up a few weeks ago! The 60 pieces collection is inspired by two of Lauren and Derek's greatest loves, road trips and all things whimsical, and it has definately stolen my heart! A post of my top 5 pieces will follow! Stay tuned!