Blowing soap bubbles was once just a child’s game. Now, somewhat sneakily, bubbles are for photographer’s too.
Switching to energy-efficient light bulbs creates a problem: what should you do with the old light bulbs?
1. Snow globes
via Penguin Craft
Trying to follow the list of traditional wedding gifts can be a grueling and perhaps self-tortuous ambition, but it’s possible. To make the search a bit easier for your first anniversary [Paper], here are eight inspiring gift ideas:
1. Paper shadow boxes
– simply awesome.
via La Boom!
Fabulous hats: why did women stop wearing them?
Something to keep in mind while you check out these awesome hats from the master hat-maker Arturo Rios.
Red Cocktail Hat
When you’re visiting or living in Phoenix, you’re essentially trying to tame the desert temporarily. You get enough water, sunscreen and air conditioning, and you feel safe and comfortable—but subconsciously somewhere, you might wonder: ‘How long will this last? When will the water finally just end?’
Maybe Phoenix will exist forever, or maybe it’ll turn into a massive ghost city one day. Either way, it’s a curious place.
1. The dry heat
– you can practically see it from the airplane window.
A bright polka dot cookie can be more eye-catching than a slice of cake, and it’s much easier to make. Simple, beautiful and delicious.
– to look impressive and well-organized.
You can never say sorry too much, but you ought to change up your style every once in a while. (Especially if you’re a very sorry person.)
Here are twelve original ways to spice up your apologies:
1. Metaphoric rain clouds
– representing your tears, of course.
via 4/Four Cards
Balancing beauty with oddity seems to be photographer Stephanie Bracciano‘s specialty. There’s enough reality to understand her art, and enough strangeness to make it fantastical. Her photography gives a unique perspective on everyday objects and places. Check out these examples from her series ‘Strange Realities’:
During the summertime, women tend to obsess about their weight more often, with the ominous prospect of those dreadfully all-revealing swimsuits hanging over their heads. If they wore dresses instead of swimsuits, maybe they’d be happier. They would probably also drown more often, but hey. They’d be happy.
And they would look beautiful.
Thai fashion is perfectly suited for hot weather and classier than shorts and a t-shirt. Thai designers definitely know how to make summer look beautiful: