Rita’s quilts are spectacular. One of my weaknesses is the combination of colors on white, which she does with mastery. If you like patchwork you must visit her blog, Red Pepper Quilts. And you can buy her patterns on Etsy.
The well-known crochet artist Toshiko Horiuchi has woven this fantastic playpark for the Museum Hakone Open Air, in Sapporo, Japan.
This paper basket is easier to do than it seems with Craftzine‘s, enjoyable DIY and with many photos for not to get lost.
Embroidered jewels are fashionable. These are Heather’s, who sells them in her shop at Etsy, Oddstitch.
Good weather arrives: light clothes, shorter sleeves, bright colors… These bracelets are the perfect complement and the best is that we can make them ourselves easily and at low cost. The DIY is by Dismount Creative.
Proposal for the weekend: a hanging mobile. We can make it with cards or with fabric-lined cardboard. The DIY, with some photos that don’t need any more explanation, is by Brown Accents.
Do we decorate some flowerpots with our children? It is an idea of Skip to My Lou.
Sure that being in front of this stairs is impressive, because seeing them in photo is a pleasure, isn’t it? They are in Paris, at the Museum Gustave Moreau (via Honestly WTF).