September 15, 2013
May 31, 2013
hello, lovelies! today i’m sharing this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what may brought to the roost tribe. i also wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to get all of may’s content! i’ll be sending out a may recap on monday, june 3rd with all of the content in it from may so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined.
that means, that if you join before monday, june 3rd you’ll still get all of this yummy content from may plus june’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!
a set of 58 spice labels, complete with several blanks for you to fill in yourself and 4 color options.
a bed of daisies pattern collection, inspired by the golden hour, it represents the warmth of the afternoon sunshine and brilliant colors of an evening sunset.
an adobe illustrator tutorial on how to show a photo through text.
a simple sewing tutorial on how to make your own DIY placemats.
an amazingly yummy recipe for rosemary salted pretzels with a vegan cheddar cheese dipping sauce.
petals & peonies clip art set.
plus more! tribe members also participated in this month’s book club reading, roost tribe challenge, received a list of favorite links and resources and more. being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!
July 8, 2011
i recently found mary kilvert’s artwork and love the style of darling illustrations that are somehow perfectly suitable for either children or adults. i think this townhouse wallpaper would be beautiful in an entryway, or make for a sweet nursery. visit her shop to see more goodies, from tea towels and cushions to postcards and pocket mirrors.
June 14, 2011
are you ready to let your imagination run wild? at studio m.m.e. you’ll find antlered girls, magical fish and little boys with fox tails. megan eckman is the pen and ink illustrator behind these quirky imaginings and i find each of them making me smile and wonder. i love the small bursts of colored ink and extreme detail of her pen strokes. just like megan asks, why shouldn’t the art in your home make your smile (and be affordable)?
December 8, 2010
is this not the most unique, pretty and innovative calendar you’ve seen? i tend to live by the season (not by the month) so this one suits me just perfectly!
the nimbus factory is a brand new shop full of beautiful paper goodies and pretty illustrations. the site itself is even fun to look around, especially their cutesy about page. with illustrators from all over the country, they’ve really brought some amazing talent to the table. with cards, calendars, gift wrap and gifts- there’s something for everyone!
December 22, 2009
do you remember back when i wrote about freshline? i love her whimsical illustrations, they are so simply stated, fun and unique. she now even has them available on fabric! always something new, exciting and- well, fresh!
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