One of my favorite things to shop for is purses and bags. I love them! I love the different styles, colors and patterns. I found this Anthropologie purse below on Pinterest and I am head over heels with the inside fabric pattern. So guess what I did? Yes, you guessed it. I made a layout based on this design.
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Things are picking up again after a post-CHA lull…there’s some really great news and announcements from some big names this week, as well as some new design team calls and other fun things to check out!
Big Picture Classes is gearing up for a couple of really big events. Registration just opened for Becky Higgins’ upcoming class Project Real Life, which is the 4Experts series class for the 4th quarter of 2012. The class will go in-depth into the philosophy of scrapping and living that is behind the Project Life products.
From Sept. 4th-17th, Big Picture will also be running a free event called Big Idea Festival! Big names like Ali Edwards, Cathy Zielske, May Flaum, and Stacy Julian will each be taking a turn teaching a day of the the Idea Festival. Continue Reading →
Vintage advertisements have been all over Pinterest lately and I’m hopelessly drawn to them. This amusing Kenmore ad was my favorite this week.
Pinterest continues to be a huge source of inspiration for me and this week, I was drawn towards these simple polka-dot cocktail napkins.
These green and white polka-dot napkins just scream summer and fun to me. These napkins are from BHLDN and I love so much about this photo. The colors – green and white – feel fresh and inviting and the layered patterns really bring energy to the photo. I couldn’t wait to translate that to a layout. Continue Reading →
A huge source of scrapbooking inspiration can be found in the world of advertisements and I found one this week while browsing through Pinterest. It’s a very simple ad – minimalism at its best – but it really struck me.
While browsing through Pinterest this week, I was struck by the patterns on these bowls by Anthropologie. I love the way the patterns interact with each other.