You might remember a few years ago I shared the magic cardinal finder with you. This was an innovative tool for finding cardinals hiding in unsuspecting upscale catalogs. Recently I discovered the magic rabbit finder and have been having a ball setting it loose on the most currant edition of the Anthropologie catalog, House and Home edition. (Truly, of what use are these publications except to taunt me into buying stuff I don’t need with money I don’t have!)
Just returned from Portland Oregon and did my best to uphold the motto “keep Portland weird”. I felt right at home in Rose city and already planning a trip back there in the spring. Here are some of the varied textures that can be found throughout the city.
Our sister site, scraptag, will be heading to Portland, OR in September. If you’re in the area be on the look-out for random tag sitings. It’s an interactive, all-inclusive, ongoing art project that I’m excited to be a part of. OM.
Spring is finally here and I have one thing to say:
And if you’d like to make your own “thank you” banner, or whatever-you-want-it banner here’s how:
I know the calendar says November but tell that to my roses and tomatoes and zucchini. The maples are turning red and yellow but I’m still getting fruits and vegetables and flowers. I’m not complaining, just a little weird that’s all. I’m sure, soon enough, frosty winds will blow in and I’ll wake up to a snowy blanket covering twiggy trees and bushes. I’ll enjoy the balmy temperatures while they’re here, but I’ll also stock up on fire wood and tea bags. In fact I’m going right now to harvest those rose hips that are hanging out with the rose buds.