I used to do these kinds of posts all the time back in the day – and I kind of miss them! So today I thought I’d share a few of the things are inspiring me these days or that have caught my eye over the last couple of weeks:
1. Mini copper planters from Julia Kostreva
2. These DIY printable party invitations from Martha Stewart are an oldie but a goodie – and so perfect for summer!
3. Cantaloupe-Basil Granita
4. Tilly baguette leather clutch with scallop detail by Matine
5. This scallop necklace is so pretty (and I apparently have a thing for scallop details these days)
6. We have this amazing ship kite from Haptic Lab in white in Sophie’s room and we LOVE it! It’s made by artisans in Bali from locally-sourced bamboo and nylon – but I also love the canary yellow version!
Flowers are my second love (after stationery, of course), and fresh flowers can make all the difference during dark and dreary winter. I’m always on the hunt for beautiful vessels to hold small arrangements. I can’t get over the stunning vases and ring dishes from The Object Enthusiast – each one is more beautiful than the last!
Lots more over at The Object Enthusiast right here!
Photo Credits: The Object Enthusiast
Sycamore Street Press just launched a brand new new website – congrats Eva and Kirk! And along with the new website come two new gorgeous collections of custom return address and monogram stamps! The first collection, Home on the Range, includes designs inspired by Eva and Kirk’s life in the Utah mountains, with antlers, arrows, and even a bear or two. The second collection, Versailles, includes beautiful floral and botanical details. Every design features Eva’s unique illustrations and hand lettering!
Check out the full collection here!
Photo Credits: Sycamore Street Press
I came across a new-to-me company at NYNOW a couple of weeks ago called The Mu. They make some really beautiful concrete vases and figures, but I fell head over heels for their dry erase interactive comic books for kids! The dry erase idea is perfect for über imaginative minds, and I love that the scenarios offer adventure scenarios for both boys and girls without falling into traditional gender stereotypes. So fun!
Available over at The Mu!
Photo Credits: Top photo by me via Instagram, all other photos by The Mu
I adore these stacking vessels – a collaboration between Pigeon Toe ceramics and illustrator Shanna Murray. They would be so cute together as salt and pepper cellars, vessels for sauce, or even for votives.
Available right here.
Photo Credits: Pigeon Toe