The Fault in our Stars
ClipArt Cover Art
Exhibit A: What designers do and why it is important
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Reblog for a chance to win this awesome giveaway! Since I recently hit 10k followers I decided to do this giveaway. Most of the above items are relatively new, I just don’t use them anymore as I got newer versions. :) Make sure you follow the rules and goodluck!! Xx
- LV purse
- a brand new macbook ( I won this one myself in some other giveaway and as I already have one I will be giving this one to one of you!)
- 2 cute bracelets (vintage)
- Iphone 4S
-A nintendo 3DS (quite old but it works fine!)
-Super Mario Bros. 2
-reblogs only! (you can like this post as a bookmark ofc)
-I will use a random generator to pick a winner, so you can reblog as much as you’d like! The more you reblog it, the higher your chance of winning is of course.
The winner will be announced on 25th July 2014.
ahhh! I’d love to win this!
finally got around to making photographic proof of a couple cardigans I made.
smirking into my teacup + sweater wearing = business as usual. :)
watercolour on paper, july 2014
my talented friend jedi-mowgli made dis. isn’t he cool?!
Thanks Pinterest. Random wedding sign for the win. #weddingtypography #typography #wedding #art #artist
I am truly speechless and honored to announce that we’ve finally released our West Heritage x Share Studios collaboration. Paired with our U.S. Mail Clutch, Stephanie of Share Studios has created a collection of handmade paper stationary. Additionally, she’s included one hand-churned curly maple pen per set made from wood, inherited from her grandfather who, alongside his brothers, owned a family business of blueberry farming and logging for firewood after they returned home from the war.
Created completely by hand, we’re unbelievably excited to share our collection with you, so that you can too share your own story.
saving up for this.
couronnedelaurierr said: 5 random things about yourself then pass it on to 10 of your favorite followers.
1. when i have the time, I love to cook and then linger over whatever meal it is. one of the nicest and simplest pleasures, in my opinion.
2. I’ll never say no to hanging out in nature (unless it’s horrendously cold out).
3. I’d be a crazy cat lady librarian when I grow up, except I don’t like having more than two cats. haha.
4. I need a new job. will get to work on that ASAP.
5. mangoes, you guys. that is all.
mama picked out these jewel colours for a scarf. she may be halfway across the world from me but I can still make her stuff!
#knitting #wip #yarn
everyday-ephemera said: Have you ever felt ashamed for the way that you express yourself? Every time I speak using a somewhat educated (whatever that means) vocabulary all I get are eye rolls and groans. Even members of my own family have expressed their annoyance (I was once told to "get rid of my intellectual side"). I'm not trying to talk down to anyone, but it is frustrating. I know everyone isn't at the same reading/vocabulary level, but I wish people approached unfamiliar words with curiosity rather than scorn.
Me too. Although if I realise I’m using words that people don’t understand while talking, I’ll define them. The point of talking is communication, and if you are using words people don’t understand, you aren’t communicating. (I’m happier to use whatever words I wish in writing, because people have dictionaries and computers.)
I’ve learned to (mostly) adapt my language to my audience as well, for the same reason. That said, however, it’s so delightful when I get to have an conversation with someone and really unleash the vocabulary rather than needing to explain myself.
My sympathies on incurious fellow humans… I once had a boss who’d accuse me of making up every word I used that he didn’t know.
serious, serious mountain cravings right now.