Sunday House is going to be in the 2010 Diary Project! For all the other crafters, artists and designers who are interested in designing a page for this project, you can go here. This is so exciting and I hope to see all of you creative folks fill these pages with Sunday House!
In the perfect world, I'd be baking all of Momo's treats, and he'd be very lucky, but that's not the case, and I can always aspire. I found some very cute kitchen accessories while daydreaming about the doggie biscuits that I'd be baking...
The matryoshka measuring cups above are from here.
Still from Anthropologie, some folksy puffin bird measuring cups:
From Mokkatanten, these delicious red and white cups, reminds me of red velvet cupcakes:
In search for music box movements for a special project, I chanced upon the Black Forest Gifts website, and found these adorable music boxes by Wendt and Kuhn. Aren't they adorable? Here's another one that I particularly liked:
You can check out videos of these darlings in action here and here. Click on the videos. Enjoy! It's a Happy Saturday in Sunday House! Hope yours is the same!
Hello, Sunday House Residents! I am back! I have been away-- very, very far away to places where trees flower, pomegranates abound, windows have pointed arches and I have been making a beautifully creative mess, but more on that later. For now, I couldn't resist sharing this video that my sister sent me from TED. This is dedicated to all my friends who are in the same journey as I am through art, craft, design, and whatever it is that you do. Elizabeth Gilbert speaks on creative genius. She is the author of one of the most powerful books I've ever read, Eat, Pray Love. I remember hanging onto every word in this book, as I rode the EL in Chicago, from the Howard stop to the Merchandise Mart,during a very stressful period in my life. I've made it through those dark hours, and I live to tell. Meanwhile, here is Elizabeth Gilbert's assuring voice. We can all learn and keep on in our process: