So as you may or may not know – I’m enrolled in a lovely online blogging course hosted by none other than Holly Becker of Decor8 fame. From time to time Holly encourages us to do little homework assignments and I thought it’d be fun to share this one with you all. It’s a bit thrown together but it does express a few things about my personal style and things or textures that I love. The intent was to create a moodboard that expresses the style of your blog. I think this does the trick – would be curious to see if you agree after poking around a bit!
Easy to care for? Let’s hope so. I couldn’t resist this low and wide terracotta pot with the white painted rim when I came across it. Then began the hunt for a plant, or selection of plants that would be well suited to such an odd shape.
I happily selected each of these darling little succulents for shape, size, color and texture and combined them, hopefully not too closely.
But now what? Someone who knows more than I about fostering plant life past the first week, please chime in on the must-dos for keeping these tiny joys alive. Thanks in advance.
I wanted to share this shot with everyone who wonders what happens at a photo shoot. This was shot inside a multi-set studio of one of the larger magazine publishing companies. I was ironing out some bed linens, so glamorous right?, and thought to snap a bit of all the creative chaos. Enjoy!
What does your craft, or living, or dining room look like when you’re creating? I’d love to see it!
There are a million card designs out there but a personal favorite for high style on minimal budget is through moo.com
They offer super-cute slim-profile cards (standard width so they still fit wallets and Rolodex sleeves) on the cheap but they come on yummy stock with your choice of beautiful designs – printed double-sided of course, and come in the most fun-to-touch box. I even sprang for the fun key chain that keeps about 10 of them at the ready anytime I have my keys!