Category: design

I’d love to tell you that the reason I’m sharing this little tour of my home office is because I was simply inspired to do so by its sheer beauty, its gorgeousness and its wondrous ability to lift me up where I belong…but the truth is, I finally pulled my finger out today and shovelled about a gazillion bits of un-filed paper into other unknown crevices in an attempt to make it look at least semi-decent. And as Fiona O’Loughlin herself says, “there’s no point to doing anything without an audience”! So the moment I had mopped my brow from…

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So finally, my blog and my official website have merged, yo! I’m so stoked, this is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, yet you know how life is. Important things get swept under the rug in favour of the more pressing matters (you know, facebook, twitter…occasionally feeding children…) Anyhoo, here tis! I shall no doubt be tweaking over the next…well, forever…but in the meantime, please take a peek around, let me know if you have any ideas for additions, improvements etc! I’d appreciate any advice immensely, I am stunningly crap at renovating. x

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Check out this AMAZE-BALLS WEDDING. Seriously, the vintage dresses (including the bride’s which cost a grand five buckaroonies!), kazoos (KAZOOS!!!!!), lanterns, artworks, flower bottles, picnic blankets… I am losing my mind. Honey…? *Image courtesy of Kampphotography

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1. Wonderful interview with artist Stephanie Levy over at Art Biz Mama, which has some great stuff on running a creative business when you’ve got little ones afoot! It was via Stephanie’s site that I also discovered: 2. The superbly fabulous Keri Smith. I just love this quote from her post on infusing your work with your personality: “Pay no attention to the man behind that curtain.” Ignore what other people are doing. It has no bearing on your existence or vision of the world. The times we feel the most discouraged are usually due to the fact we are comparing…

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