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from Home Decor

Bright Scandinavian dining room with roof windows and increased natural light

nice Bright Scandinavian dining room with roof windows and increased natural light…... by

I like the idea of window decals on the front door and hallway window, rather than voiles (easier to keep clean and maintain). Possibly damask to match wallpaper.

from Apanache

2013 ~ Year of the Water Snake

This is similar to the scale effect I was going for originally ,I also like this because the shimmer effect and is another technique I am hoping to use some where along the lines with my boss.


Alicia Galer Kew Forestry Print

Alicia Galer Kew - Forestry print, I like the contrast on this with the cut out section and white space


Disney Dream Portraits by Annie Leibovitz

September is National Mushroom Month. There are many toxic mushrooms so don't take them unless you know what you are doing. -- This mushroom is pretty, but very toxic.( common sense should prevail !! This clearly has distinct possibility to be toxic as obvious bright red in colour / innocent brown ones can be as deadly !! If no real expert to confirm edible / obviously if in doubt /leave it out !! Instead enjoy your walk in the woods and stay safe / Health and safety matters as location…

I like this picture because it has a strong seasonal feel. It reminds me of winter time. This is due to how she has set the scene. The way she illustrates the red berry agains the dark branches and stormy blue sky.

from Pretty Designs

15 DIY Projects for Lovely Cushions

15 #DIY Projects for Lovely Cushions beautiful and I think some could be a good project for elissa

from Etsy

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Too cute

“For tell me, is not that cabbage you speak of a being existent in Nature as well as you? Is not she the common mother of you both? Yet the opinion that Nature is kinder to mankind than to cabbage-kind, tickles and makes us laugh." Cyrano de Bergerac [1620-1655]: "The Soul of the Cabbage"