Archive for January, 2009

From: Pure Blog

January 30, 2009

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From: Pure Blog

January 30, 2009

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From: Pure Blog

January 30, 2009

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Family Interviews for Fun

January 30, 2009

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I thought it would fun to sit down and do a little interview with Lane. The questions started wth a few favorites: movie, food, drink, color, clothes, and place to go. (Lane’s favorite food? Snack. Love it.) I also asked: What do you like to play? What do you like about Mommy? What do you like about Daddy? I wanted to make this a family tradition, so Doug and I answered interview questions too. It was fun to see what we answered the same. (Favorite TV Show? The Office. Food? Sushi. Place to Go? Get coffee.) For us I also included the questions: What things are awesome? What do you like to look at? What are you looking forward to this year? What was great about last year? What do you like about each family member? I am looking forward to doing this each January, and keeping the pages in a collection.

Small Notebook

Stylist Sidsel Zachariassen

January 29, 2009

 




http://sidselz.dk/look/

DIY Fabric Bunting from Twig and Thistle

January 29, 2009

DIY Fabric Bunting

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More pics and step-by-step instructions after the break!

instructions

Materials Needed:
Sewing Machine
Fabric
Pellon / Interfacing
Iron
Rotary Pinking Cutter
Scissors
Satin Ribbon 
Coordinating Thread 

Instructions:
1. Iron fabric to Pellon. Create a flag template from paper to desired shape. I made an isosceles triangle measuring 2.5″ wide and 4″ tall. Using your template as a guide, cut out each piece with rotary pinking shears. Trim off excess fabric at the top. 

2. Once all the pices are cut out, line them up in the order that you’d like them to appear. I went for a random look but it helped to get an idea of where each flag might hang.

3. Leaving a little extra at each end for hanging, stitch each pice to the satin ribbon using a sewing machine. For flexibility I left half an inch between each flag. That’s it! Now you have a custom garland of your own!

Twig and Thistle

FOTOGRAF ANNA KERN

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FOTOGRAF ANNA KERN +46 (0)730 53 63 07 STATIONEN ALSNÖGATAN 12 116 41 STOCKHOLM SWEDEN anna@annakern.com

unique staircase

January 23, 2009

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Staircase from the 1100 Architect Portfolio

white room

January 23, 2009

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From Apartment Therapy

magnetic paint

January 23, 2009

The back of the main door is painted with magnetic paint and holds two sturdy inboxes. 

From Apartment Therapy: New York