I have a few lovely glazed pieces in my home, but recently I’ve found myself drawn to the look even more. Reiko Kaneko designs fine bone china in elegant, functional shapes; glassware and terracotta that is beautifully thin and light; and pure white china dipped in rich glazes. And I love that there’s constant experimentation in the studio with new reactive glazes!
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This roundup turned out to be a little haphazard. I’ve been bookmarking things here and there since early January and didn’t realize just how much I’d pulled together to share. So if you’re looking for the right gift for your sweetheart, a tasty cocktail or sweets recipe, free printables, or any number of other things… well, there are 80-some of them willing and waiting below!
ROW 1: Instax Heart Glitter Frame // Beary Favor Bags DIY + Free Printables ROW 2: Heart of Glass Mug // DIY Heart Drink Stirrers // Cherub’s Cup Cocktail ROW 3: Custom Leather Banner Keychain // Valentine’s Day Cocktail // I Heart You Fill-In Books ROW 4: Love Sux Conversation Heart Pin // Be Mine Heart // DIY Watercolour Heart Cookies
ROW 1: Raspberry Mousse Meringue Hearts // Big Time Love // Many Moons Card ROW 2: By Your Side Card // Bisous // Let’s French ROW 3: Heart Sing // I Really Like You // DIY Confetti Treat Box and Printable ROW 4: DIY Eucalyptus Heart Wreath // My Anchor // Always & Forever
ROW 1: Forever Card // I Love You Card // Beautiful Smile Card ROW 2: You Repulse Me the Least // Ombre Heart Blank Folding Card // Venn Diagram Love Card ROW 3: You’re the One // Smitten Gold Foil Card // The Heart Cleansing Sponge ROW 4: Printable Valentines // Bananas for Your Art Print // 5 Minute Paper Bag Valentines
ROW 1: Lou Lou Heart Hipster // Readymade Be Mine Neon Sign // DIY Conversation Heart Cookies ROW 2: DIY Love Tokens // DIY Flair Valentines // Heart Shaped Cookies ROW 3: Printable Gift Wrap // DIY Colorful Paper Fortune Cookies // Tattly Heart Set ROW 4: DIY Etched Heart Flair Pins // Heart Cake Knife // Big Love Ice Cream Bowl & Spoon
ROW 1: Strawberry Heart Hand Pies // Red Velvet Melting Moments // DIY Heart Manicure ROW 2: The Underpinning // DIY Envelope Liners // Red Velvet Sundaes ROW 3: DIY Valentine’s Day Bath Bomb // I Love You Copper Foil Card // I Love You the Most Card ROW 4: Crazy Love // Lucky for Us // Raspberry Chocolate Cups
ROW 1: Heart Bun Tool Kit // DIY Hand Holding Hearts Pop Up Valentines // Red Velvet Popcorn ROW 2: Heart Drink Stirrers // Sun Printed Heart Valentines // DIY XOXO Valentines Painted Planter ROW 3: Printable Valentine’s Day Postcards // DIY Mini Bouquets // Love Card ROW 4: DIY Breakfast in Bed Tray // DIY Square Lollipops // XO Valentine
ROW 1: Beaming // DIY Envelope Wraps // DIY Gold Heart Garland ROW 2: Single and Psyched Patch // The Pink Lady Cocktail // Crochet Heart Garland ROW 3: Printable Rap Lyric Valentines Cards // H’Eye There Printable Valentines // Melted Chocolates with Edible Gold Foil ROW 4: DIY Mini Eclairs // Printable Valentine’s Day Posters // Heart Eye Emoji Patterned Cake RollPosted In cards, cocktails, create, food, holidays, living, make it, paper goods, recipes, round up, series, style, valentine's day, wear it
Nynne Rosenvinge is a Danish brand by a Copenhagen-based artist/designer of the same name. The shop’s virtual walls are filled with interior objects and art that are all produced in Denmark. My favorites can be seen above and below.
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German-born jewelry artist Carina Shoshtary has created some of the most out of the box pieces I’ve seen of late in her What’s Left of Krypton series. Shoshtary uses broken pieces of previously graffitied walls, combining them to form the most interesting brooches and necklaces.
(via Creative Boom)Posted In create, jewelry, style, wear it
Light and Ladder excels on one particular point that I consider in every purchase for my home – elevating the everyday through beauty and function. The Brooklyn-based design studio strives to create objects that are thoughtful, useful, and made to last through inspiration from simplicity of the natural world and the geometric lines of the modern city. I’d call the union a wild success.
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If you follow @designcrush on Instagram you’ve probably noticed the resurrection of #365quotes in the form of #365quotes2016. When the end of last year rolled around and people were still lamenting the original project’s demise I figured I’d give it another go! This year the design is a bit different, I’ve abandoned the daily handwritten style in favor of something more type driven and time saving. But rest assured that no less time is spent choosing just the right words.
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Dino Sanchez’s One Off Goods is a beautifully crafted collection of one-of-a-kind leather and wooden goods. Each piece is so thoughtfully designed and executed that his work is sure to gather heirloom status from each proud owner.
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As a steadfast beard lover, I of course gravitated toward Sarah Tanat-Jones‘ illustrated Beards of the World. The 28-page picture zine depicts “fashionable facial follicles across continents and cultures” and even includes your own beard to cut out. You know, for those of us who can’t really produce our own. Pick up your copy right here.
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