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Presley's Dream Room

I wanted to create a space for my daughter that is not only functional but fun! I accomplished this by added a fun stencil and color palette along with some age appropriate art. The teepee is a great play space and has provided hours of fun!

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April 2012 Mettiamoci una Pezza, L'Aquila, Italia. By SnapTheWorld.

Not really a craft, but we talked about yarn bombing... And this made me chuckle.

Once Rainbow said: "I've already seen the whole world, I appear for some minutes here and immediately I have to run to another place... I'm tired, I would like to go on holiday!" In April it was raining with sunshine several times, so Rainbow visited Veszprém and felt in love with the city. There were colorful flowers everywhere and people were kind. From the sky it seemed like a beautiful, quiet little city. As Rainbow was looking around she've seen a lonely tree in a park rounded by red tulips. People were walking hand in hand under him, children were playing near to the tree and Rainbow could hear also the music from the theater next to the park. She was envy for the moveless peace of that tree, for the closeness of people... And she tought: "I want to stand like that tree! I want to be a part of people's life for awhile! This should be the perfect holiday for me!" So Rainbow said goodbye to the sky and came down to hug tightly the tree! (Don't worry, Rainbow's sisters and brothers are still trevelling all over the world and Rainbow will return to work too after the relaxing holiday!)

craft mob... by Frog Stomp, via Flickr. Love the messy edges! Looks like it was bombed in a hurry.

A tiny yarnbombing for those with open eyes: beachdrop2 | Flickr

In the fall, a group encased trees throughout the Ped Mall with sleeves of yarn, like this. Think of wrapping the quilt you have in your basement around a tree and letting it shrink to size as it wets and dries. This is not unique to Iowa City; in fact, "yarn bombing," as it is called, is growing to be a widespread feminist form of graffiti art: www.nytimes.com/...