Clara Uribe’s dolls are perfect to decorate children’s rooms, which they fill with color and happiness. Her shop at Etsy is Sweet Treats.
Some supermodern, sober and elegant crochet lamps. They throw out of the window all the cliches, don’t they? They are by Yael Falk, a wonderful industrial designer from Israel.
With the style of the Australian quilters, Elizabeth Wright designs and sells her precious patchwork patterns at Broderie and The Kingston Girls.
The other day I showed you Sarah Hepworth’s pouffes and I cannot resist to show you now her flowers hairpins made with ribbons. Her shop is Little Miss Loolies.
I like very much wicker baskets, specially the older ones, though I have seen marvels at street markets and craftsmen’s workshops. These are vintage, form a shop called Either/Or Finds.
A perfect project for the weekend: this original ring is very easy to make. The DIY is by Lauren, from The Perfect Pear.
And for the children, what about a felt hairband with flowers with Skunkboy Creatures‘s tutorial?
The designer and interior decorator Michael Penney has transformed an Ikea’s white cupboard into this nice cupboard full of personality. I love it!
Qunice & Co. is an on-line shop dedicated to knit. Its wools, but especially its patterns, are very tempting.
Since I discovered the illustrator Luciano Luzano I have become one of his greatest fans. His work, with a retro style, is full of color, movement, optimism… life!