Beautiful “stacking vessels” by Utopia and Utility. I like the mix of materials and the beautiful colored glass.
…kinda’ like The Hunger Games but a little bit different. Peeta is an Italian graffiti artist (also known as Manuel Di Rita) living in Venice. His work employs sculptural layering and it’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen.
A perfect idea for the creative kid nearest you…a coloring book for wallpaper. Pixers has a wide range of options!
Sarah was on to something when she created Gog the Dog from Casper’s drawing. Crayon Creatures makes 3D images of your child’s drawing. Such a great idea for a treasured memento – or a Mother’s Day present.
My sweet and beautiful niece, Kylee, is 15 today. Hard to believe 15 years have gone by so quickly. She’s a creative soul – loves crafts and Pinterest. A girl after my own heart. I hope she doesn’t mind that I’m sharing a snap of her Pinterest boards – but I love what she pins!
This is such a great way to store an extra key and no one will be the wiser — unless of course, they follow this blog. :-)
A simple idea for salt and pepper! Sent via postcard from Robert, Molly and Kathy. Thanks, friends!
It’s Mother’s Day in Ireland today and I don’t know how my sisters in the USA figured that out but they were so nice to send me these beautiful teacup roses! It’s good to have sisters and I’m lucky enough to have three of them!
I love walking by this cheerful window at Donnybrook Fair on my lunch break from work. Happy colors!
I was at a meeting a couple of mornings ago at the University College Dublin Clinton Institute for American Studies. Named after Bill Clinton for his work on the peace talks with Northern Ireland leading up to the Good Friday agreement, the building is chock full of beautiful art and features. I wanted to take photos but it wouldn’t have been appropriate! Oh well, at least I have one of the building and maybe I’ll get to visit it again…