A little vacation never hurt anybody....

This might be my last post for a few days, as I am leaving California to go visit my native land: Canada. I decided to leave you all with a piece of happiness and inspiration until I am back again! This week I have been trying to organize my thoughts and passions. I have so many dreams I want to chase and so many things I want to create. I read this random quote today:

"Sewing has made me a happy happy girl. I highly recommend learning how to use your machine - you won't regret it - and will find yourself spending less and less time at the mall, and more time online figuring out how to make your own version of some of your favorite $300 dollar dresses! Plus, having a reason to browse fabric shops. That's my favorite part." -Jill of Lune

I came across Lune Vintage not too long ago and I am hooked. She is living her dream and that is what I am after. You should pay her site a little visit and hopefully that will stir up some passion and creativity in you. Perhaps you will start something you've always wanted to try. I know I have and it's been a wonderful adventure since! 

This is such an amazing idea! An online sewing class for beginners. Check out more here!
Love love love this! A pop up vintage store. Seriously. Who comes up with these ideas?!
I like the look of this simple fringe necklace. It would be super easy to recreate. Project!
This picture caught my eye. Oddly enough, I own both that pillow and sheep skin. Not to mention our chair is exactly that shade of yellow. Good to know we all have similar tastes in things!

Farewell. I shall be back before you know it!


  1. Anonymous11.8.10

    Ok. so baby is finally sleeping so I got busy in the kitchen, the laundry room and changing the bed... but right before, I thought I'd check out some of my fave blogs. Bad idea! Now I just spent 45 minutes perusing these blogs you mentioned. Ah well, thanks anyway!

  2. It's so easy to spend hours on blogs! I'm glad you checked them out, they have some awesome ideas :) Plus, there's nothing wrong with putting housework on the back burner for a while....am I right?!