These felt trees are crafty, kitschy, quirky, and fun. Also? They’re easy as pie–you’ll have your own mini forest in no time!
Colorful scallops and fabulous embellishments are the key to pulling off these simple felt Christmas trees (not to mention it’s a great way to use up scrap materials). Blogger Danielle Thompson provides a great tutorial and loads of inspiring photos, so check out her how-to over on Thompson Family Life!
I love all the lace, ric rac, buttons, and bells that Danielle uses. Continue Reading
The Airyusha Robatan Toilet Paper Holder is the head of a robot that just happens to dispense toilet paper from its mouth. Made of ceramic, the objet d’ kitsch will set you back 50 bucks, but I say it’s totally DIYable. MDF or wood, a table saw, a jig saw, maybe even a hole saw for the eyes and a couple of wooden disks for ears and you’re good to go. Via.
Has this photo reached your in-box yet? It’s been tagged as ‘Redneck Mansion.’ Actually it’s neither of those things. It’s really an outdoor theater set that was used by the Theater het Amsterdam Bos for the Anton Chekhov play Ivanov back in ’05, as the picture below demonstrates.
According to ATOM (the Aluminum Tree and Ornament Museum), occasionally an aluminum tree can be found in the wild. This rare specimen was spotted at the lip of the Grand Canyon in 2004. Extraordinary!!!!
“The naturally shaped sleeping pods mix state of the art sleep-enhancing technology with one of the oldest organic shapes in nature – the egg.
Lomme is the result of two years’ research into common sleep problems and natural therapies…Owners of Lomme beds will benefit from state of the art light and sound therapy, which remove outside disturbances and allow you to wake naturally feeling refreshed and full of energy. Continue Reading