It is important to get inspired and give yourself time to reflect - I try to do that at least once a day, and some time it works. Yesterday I took my bike on a small trip around my neighborhood. Because of the warm weather - doors was open and this was what I came around. An amazing workplace for decorative painters. Inspiring.
All the good intension of blogging with sooooooo many ideas did not come true this year. But here is a small DIY gift tags for the holydays. You need: tape, in different colors and patterns carton circel cutter or a pair of scissors.
how to: Put the tape on the carton in different direction and use different corlors - there is no "right way" (look at the pictures) Then take your cutter and cut your card out. cut a small hole for the ribbon.
(Inspired by Chriz that was "playing" with MT tape and big circle cutters)
Use it as a pillow, a carpet or as a wall in the selves made rocket, where the children can invite friends over for at trip to the moon... Clever triangles in 9 different colors, with small magnets, all around the edge, that make it possible to join them in different shapes that will hold. se more at Tukluk.
Until now most of Simone work have been displayed outside Denmark - but now it is possible to see and buy her work at Øregaard museum and make and create your own paper art pieces with guidance by Simone Bendix and her twin sister.
Soon small monsters will be at my door to get candy or tricks. Last week we went to Tivoli to get in the Halloween mood - indeed it was all about Halloween.(I posted two halloween ideas on my Fabel a blog - sorry in Danish)
It made me smile, when I saw this bus last week - behind is the campaign "Movember" - that hope to make us smile, and think why and what. The Movember campaign goal is to broaden the awareness of prostate cancer and they encourage men to grow a mustache in this respect. se more here: Movember
A couple of weeks ago we went to Budapest, with the whole family, my parents and sister and her family. Budapest is an extraordinary city and it still have a lot of unique things and places to explore. (vol. 1)