I’m not sure of the source, but I love these butterflies hanging on the line. This would make a good DIY.
yes, yes, a million times yes! this valentine’s fort tops the list of diy projects that i simply must do. design*sponge has a full tutorial posted here and it’s really not too difficult OR expensive. personally, i love the colours but think of how many ways you could customize it: purple, gold, royal blue. the possibilities are endless. designed and created by justina blakeney.
etsy find of the day: narwhal collage print! i have to admit that this was on the front page of the site, so it really took no effort on my part. i just love this print, as i’ve always been fascinated with narhwals. what’s not to like? they’re the unicorns of the sea! from high street vintage on etsy.
perfect for a sunny friday afternoon: daffodil oil painting by artist peter gerasimon. born in buenos aires, gerasimon currently lives in australia where he creates all kinds of other paintings you can see here (i especially like his hot air balloon and cable car paintings). the gradient background and the bright colours would be an excellent addition to a kitchen or bathroom—or any other room really.
etsy find of the day: vintage book page art! this crown print is one of my favourites. the shop has tons of different prints all printed on pages from a vintage dutch-english dictionary (my other favourites include the hot air balloon, da vinci’s flying machine and this funny owl gentleman). the prints are created by dreamery studio in new york city. bonus! they have a special deal right now: when you order three prints, the fourth is free. perfect for framing in your bedroom, living room or anywhere else you can imagine.
this is an incredible video of supakitch and koralie’s artistic process.