I found a roll of undeveloped film and had NO idea what was on it. It made me miss the days before digital cameras and the excitement of waiting for your film to get developed after you finished a roll. Turns out it is some photos from years ago at Jazz Fest.
All holiday items are 30% off! Order before 12/15/10 and it is guaranteed to get to you by Christmas (United States only). Check out the sale!
I love to see how people organize their books. Bookshelves can be so beautiful. Some favorites are below and you can see more in my gallery on Flickr. I also added one of my photos in the mix this week. Enjoy and happy Flickr Friday!
For more Beautiful Bookshelves and photo credits visit my gallery on Flickr.
I love making cards for the holidays instead of buying them. A very simple one to make is the green Christmas tree card shown below.
1 sheet white cardstock
1 sheet light green cardstock
1 sheet dark green cardstock
Exacto Knife (scissors work if you do not want perfect edges)
1- Cut white card stock to 8 x 5.5″ and fold in half so that the card is 4 x 5.5
2- Cut 3 strips of dark green paper (3.25″, 2″ and 1″)
3- Cut 3 strips of light green paper (2.5″, 1.5″ and .5″)
4- Glue the green strips to your white card
5- Personalize your card with a message on the inside and you are done!
This size card fits into a standard A-2 envelope.
If you don’t have time to make cards yourself I just updated my Etsy shop with lots of them. Check them out!
I haven’t made a present wish list in forever but this year there are a few items that I would love to receive! My birthday is in December as well so as a kid I usually asked for combo presents =)
1 Super awesome Silhouette SD that cuts fonts and images in cardstock and vinyl
2 AIGA Membership Renewal – the professional association for design
3 New Orleans Skyline Necklace to remind me of home when I am in Boston
4 Vince Camuto ‘Fabi’ Boot to keep me warm this winter. They are lined with fur!
5 New Orleans & Boston Ork Posters – I need to learn my way around Beantown!