Tiny Faceted Box via Merchant no. 4
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beautiful translucent facet box by Andrea Walsh
tiny faceted box $225
TINY FACETED BOX (Bone China/Glass)
Flottille (detail) by Etienne Cliquet. Etienne Cliquet, Flottille (2011)
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Origami unfolds on Water This video titled, “Flotilla,” shows micro-origamis that are about 2 or 3 centimeters long open up slowly as they pull up the water on which they are floating through what’s known as a capillary action. Flottille (detail) by Etienne Cliquet. Etienne Cliquet, Flottille (2011)
Etienne Cliquet is bringing it to the next level with his Micro Origamis. I am stunned...
Flottille (detail). Etienne Cliquet, Flottille (2011) Sample from video installation http://ordigami.net/flotilla Flotilla is a series of v...
we all know my love of all things geo. DIY geo lanterns via Oh Happy Day!
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geometric diy projects
DIY Geometric #diy gifts #diy decorating ideas #handmade
DIY : Geometric Lanterns | Art & Design - Engagement party idea??
Funny. David Shrigley via Polite
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Salt + Pepper shakers. Artists' Books and Multiples: David Shrigley | HEROIN / COCAINE
These fine Shakers by David Shrigley have been traditionally made from bone china in Staffordshire, England and are packed in a hand finished box, also made in England. Great idea ;)
Can you pass the cocaine please? Perfect gag gift for my brother, a little steep though.
housewarming gift for the local crackhouse?
$259USD. Little Printer | BERG Cloud
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Little Printer just arrived. Already member of our household. Our first steps in the internet of things.
Pretty cute idea, digital to analog in a small package - Little Printer | BERG Cloud
Lots of cool stuff on this list!
Little Printer now available for pre-order • "BERG's Little Printer, a box-sized device announced last November, is ready to ship. The pint-sized printer, which connects wirelessly to the Internet, takes inspiration from traditional halftone lithography as well as pixel art. It gathers its user-defined content via a cloud-based system to deliver a personalized mini newspaper with puzzles, friend’s birthday reminders, weather info and messages from friends appearing alongside the daily news."
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[stork + cloud baby shower] gorgeous white hydrangea display with falling pink ribbons by CoutureEventsbyLottie.com // flowers by BowsandArrowsDeluxe.com // photo by nbarrettphotography.com
Gorgeous white hydrangea display with falling pink ribbons But could I do this with giant crepe Pom poms?
60 Years of Memories / Image: Holly Burns
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Sixty years of memories - milestone birthday idea
Sixty Years Of Memories...amazing story and gift idea. Send out requests to someone's friends, family members, classmates, etc. from all walks of life and times asking for memories of that person. Put one memory each in an envelope for each year of their life and give to them as a birthday present. This person did 60 for her dad's 60th birthday.
probably the sweetest gift idea i've ever come across... i'd really love to do this for everyone at ANY age...A MUST READ Sixty Years Of Memories 451 Comments For my dad's 60th birthday last week, I wanted to do something really fun. My dad and I talk a lot about the past---nostalgia runs in our blood, I think---and we both love to reminisce. Inspired by Jordan Ferney's Postcard Birthday Poster, I started batting around an idea: what if I could get everyone from my dad's past to contribute a memory they had of him? What if I had all those people send their memories to me, and then I put each one into an envelope---sixty total, of course---and had him open them, one by one, on his birthday? That would be a lot of memories, right? So I wrote an email. I sent it to family, to friends, to aunties and uncles we'd grown up calling aunties and uncles even though they weren't related by blood. This is what I said: Hello everyone! If you're receiving this email, you probably know that our dad, Patrick Burns, is turning 60 next month (much as he would hate us to be reminding everyone, I'm sure.) To celebrate his birthday, we'd like to put together a little surprise to let him know that his nearest and dearest are thinking of him. We're going to try and create "60 Years of Memories" by filling 60 envelopes with a memory his friends and family have of him. And this is where you come in! If you have a spare moment in the next few days, we would be so grateful if you'd jot down a favorite memory you have of our dad and put it in the post. It doesn't have to be anything fancy -- you can just write it down on a piece of paper and sign your name. You can mention anything you like -- although the more nostalgic the better! Please absolutely feel free to send more than one memory (in fact, we welcome it -- we've got 60 envelopes to fill!), but make sure you write them on different pieces of paper (and sign your name to each) so we can split them up. Thank you so, so, so much for participating -- we know everyone is busy with their own lives, and we do appreciate you taking a few minutes to do this; it will be so worth it when he reads all the memories people have of him! (Please don't forget to keep it a surprise until then, though!) Thank you so much again. --Holly, Tom, Luke, and Susie (I also gave them my address, of course, though I've obviously left it out here. Not that I don't want to open the door and have you standing there wielding a steak knife, but it might be kind of awkward for both of us.) So I sent the email and then I waited. And then the replies started coming in and I was flabbergasted. I was flabbergasted, Internet, and I do not use that word lightly. There were so many memories, and they were all so lovely. They came from the 50s, the 60s, the 70s, from every decade between now and the day my dad was born. They came from my mother, my siblings, my grandma, my dad's friends from high school, his sister, an old girlfriend, my mother's old boyfriend, my dad's first boss, a colleague at his first job, from people who remembered people no longer with us, from people who hadn't seen my dad in forty years, from people I hadn't even contacted originally but who had been told about the project by someone else. They typed them and handwrote them. They mailed them and emailed them. I collected them for two weeks, my heart pinging with excitement each time a new one arrived. The night before his birthday, my sister and I stayed up late, putting everything together. I had some vintage airmail envelopes left over from my wedding and I bought a packet of numbered stickers at Michaels after a fraught half hour of anxious math, trying to decide how many we'd need. We numbered the envelopes from one to 60, then we tucked a different memory into each. And then, on the morning of his birthday, after breakfast and presents and cake, we gave them to him. "Just one more thing for you," we said. It took him a really, really, really long time to open them. Each one was a brief ticket to another time, a leap backwards over years and decades into the past. There was a lot of laughter, and---I don't think my dad will mind me telling you this---a few tears too. There were also a couple of emerging themes: a) My dad locks himself out a lot b) My dad may have had a little too much to drink upon occasion during his rugby-playing years c) My dad often has trouble remembering to bring his passport on international trips. I'm thinking at least two of those three might have been related, what do you say? In a way, I'm sort of sad that this project is over because it was a huge amount of fun to collect and collate all of these memories, many of them occuring years before I was even born. It gave me a different picture of my dad, one woven together by all the people from his past, all those people who---weirdly, peripherally, slowly, surely---put into action the sequence of events that led to my life as I know it. Turns out, you can make a lot of memories in sixty years. And then, if you're lucky, you can relive them all over again. .
Sixty Years Of Memories | Nothing But Bonfires 50th birthday idea for mom?? LK - could do 50 for the anniversary?
Sixty Years Of Memories: 60th Birthday Gift Idea
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Pretty darn sweet
Airport Nicole Lavelle
I will pick you up from the airport for the rest of my life.
DIY / PICNIC BLANKET by Bri Emery. video by: designlovefest
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DIY Ombre Picnic Basket - any shapes!
DIY Picnic Blanket - Video Tutorial by @Bri Emery
need a pillow?
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So COOL! 20 of the BEST Travel Hacks for the Holiday Season. Click for more amazing life hacks! #spon #lifehacks
Five ways to transform a hoodie. Into a laptop sleeve, a pillow, a strap bag, a backpack, and a baby carrier!
Travel tip: how to turn a hoody into a pillow
DIY How to transform Hoodie into a Pillow
Equilateral Nails : Bronze
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bronze triangle nails. the winsome brave.
art project for house - Equilateral Triangle Nails
Winsome Brave bronze nails for hanging prints
Winsome Brave Equilateral Nails. Pretty nails for hanging pretty stuff.
cards against humanity via oldsweetsong
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Cards Against Humanity: A card game for horrible people. Apples to Apples, only WAY more socially awkward. Want!
I won "Cards Against Humanity" tonight. Not sure if I should be proud of that fact or not. The game is so much fun and so much wrong! I played both of these cards tonight. It's like Apples to Apples but horrible.
RANDOM gift ideas to buy
Cards Agains Humanity- funniest game I have ever played
Cards Against Humanity – Play the wildly popular card game: a self proclaimed party game for horrible people…
simone simonelli's Maisonnette
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"Maisonnette" in French means small house by Simone Simonelli.
Maisonnette Multifunctional Furniture by Simone Simonelli
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portable Lunch Pot, great for when i have to starte sending a lunch.
Black + Blum lunch pot
Lovely lunch canisters #industrial #product #design
super cute lunch pot - black + blum
I might actually bring lunch with something like this
Lunch box! For the Adrian Monk in all of us. Though I suppose he would prefer if it were square.
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Art ombre ombre ombre lovely-parties
Ombre Tablecloth- cute idea!
Love the ombre table cloth.
I want this table cloth!! Maybe in blues... Parties to Pretties – Fade Away
Date Due by Calsidyrose, via Flickr
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library card love- childhood memories
Remember this in library books????
stamps on old library cards
Old school library card stamps.
old school library books
o green geo art i love thee
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A lovely play on shapes in cool shades of green, minty fresh.
Picnic Table $80 at Lowes! With some paint and some accents it will make a cute dinning table!
Treasure Frey #interior design #decor
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Floating Flower Shop
Floating flower market. Re-pinned. I find this so beautiful!
Who needs a Flower Shop when you have a flower boat!
Beautiful photo of a humbling way of life.
Xochimilco - México City. Floating lakes - The flowers & trees of Mexico are more beautiful in person so plan to see for yourself - meantime visit www.mainlymexican... #Mexico #Mexican #garden #bloom #flowers
marios super pleat sac $178
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marios pleat sac
MARIOS Pleated Tote Bag
marios pleat #Awesome Handbags
DIY camera straps
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Amazing diy camera straps. #diy #strap
DIY Camera Strap! #diy #crafts #wedding www.BlueRainbowDesign.com
Wonderful DIY camera straps for the crafty guy or gal. How adorable are these? (by DesignLoveFest)