Hello! Thank you so much for joining me. Lots of treats in store for you to peruse today...let's go!
I had to smile to myself when I came across the work of Christopher Bettig. My first reaction was "ooohh I have to write about him", thinking that maybe it would be something new and interesting for you all to browse... then I discovered that I am soooooooooo behind the times!
Christopher's work is well and truly appreciated by many world wide. His design studio The Mountain Label "develops products, graphics and installations for diverse clientele." That diverse clientele include Urban Outfitters, Nike and Fila. Yep, well appreciated.
And it's no wonder - have a look!
(images from Christopher Bettig)
visit Christopher's website
visit Christopher's store
read Christopher's blog
Bliss in a Tea Cup
I was excited to find Bliss in A Tea Cup one day whilst over at Poppytalk Handmade, I promptly wrote it in my catalogue for Alphabet*Six. Creative duo Richard and Rebecca Brittain "like to reuse and reconstruct favourite items and mediums in new ways, using everything from embroidery hoops and spanish language cards to clipboards and vintage curtains".
I am loving what they are doing with embroidery hoops, from inspiration boards and chalk boards to clocks! And the fact that Rebecca is originally from New Zealand, just makes Bliss in a Tea Cup an extra special find..
(images from Bliss in a Tea Cup)
Bloesem and Bloesem Kids
Irene has exceptional taste - everything she writes about is beautiful. Both her Bloesem and Bloesem Kids blogs boast a fantastic collection of images and inspiration... and a fab list of resources too - everything from craft DIY to World Tours - and everything in between!
(images fromIrene Hoofs)
I really enjoyed compiling today's collection. I hope you enjoyed it too : )