You can find feathers nearly any time of the year. They float everywhere, across everything, and yet they never seem to lose their novelty.
This autumn, the unofficial search for ‘the best’ canning labels has finally ended with Mud & Twig. Incredible! If you didn’t have a reason for canning lemon curd this season, here you go. (Plus a few more.)
1. If you’re curious -> lemon curd recipe.
Autumn, i.e. time to wear leg warmers.
Take your pick:
via Okapi Knits
A picture of cookies and milk may not be as gastronomically satisfying as the real version, but on a bad day, it can be just as comforting.
Maybe it’s your first time saying it, or maybe you’re tired of saying it the same way for years and years. Whatever the case, here are twelve suggestions for spicing up that immortal phrase, ‘I love you.’
1. Heart-shaped food
- sloppy, cliché, and yet still romantic.
Poetry by e.e. cummings has cryptic grammar and punctuation, which makes it both frustrating and beautiful (depending on if you can unpuzzle it or not). Whether you understand everything or only small segments, his style is unforgettable and perfect for artwork.
1. “i carry your heart with me (in my heart)” [poem]
Australian style lies somewhere between sophistication and ruggedness; it’s neither too chic nor too crude. Kudos to the Aussies for their fashionable sense of balance:
You don’t often see ballerinas on the beach, so Lucy Snowe‘s series of seaside dancers strikes the imagination with both its beauty and oddity. The combination of sand and ballet shoes is just surreal enough to seem like a dream.
New York isn’t so much a city. It’s more of an idea, an abstract dream of affluence and success. Obviously, the real city is more complex than its image. If you visit, you might notice:
1. Bad weather
- they never told you about that one.
The idea of ‘upcycling’ pine cones might make you think of wilderness survival or elementary school art projects, but pine cones have classy sides too.
1. A ring bearer pillow.
via Rustic Blend