Monthly Archives For August 2012

14 True Shots of Toronto

Toronto has been called the New York of Canada, and with good reason. The skyscrapers, artsy vibe and variety of nationalities are all reminiscent of NYC, only with a Canadian sense of pride and quirkiness. A few sights you might see while visiting:

1. The eccentric shops and red trams on Queen Street

Queen street toronto

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10 Great Ideas for Upcycling Library Catalog Cards

Way back before digital systems, libraries organized their books with things called ‘catalog cards’. (Maybe you remember this.) Ironically, these cards now placed beside library computers so people can write down where books are located. They’re unique sources for upcycling, too.

1. Necklace
via Sovereign Sea

Gold Dewey Decimal Vintage Card Catalog Necklace with Gold Plated Coral Branch Librarian Jewelry

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20 Unique Crochet Necklaces

Necklaces are great projects for crochet beginners. They’re small, so you can correct mistakes quickly, and stylish for all seasons. You can also hone your crochet skills faster, trying out new designs and creating your own patterns. Best of all, they make excellent gifts.

1. Heart and arrow
via Hô! Kiou

Necklace crochet red heart and arrow

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