Picture It.

I hope you forgive me for being so sparse with the posts today. I’m getting tossed about while trying to meet a logo deadline and fighting my allergies along with the residual side effects of the meds that go along with them. All should be back to normal come tomorrow!


Lumnique Candles.

A few weeks ago I received a lovely candle from Allison at Lumnique in the mail. The first thing I noticed was the packaging, which was more like a presentation. Because upon opening the sleek black box I was greeted with a personalized note telling me all about this amazing-smelling candle – the perfect vanilla – that was created just for me.

In fact, you’re in charge of choosing not only the scent but the color of your candle as well. Its then hand-poured to your exact specifications. I love that the entire process is so personal, way more meaningful than just plucking a candle off a shelf. Each candle even comes with its own box of matches – so sweet!


‘Tini Tables.

There’s a corner in my living room where my favorite chair and hassock sits. No side table works. At all. Currently there’s a small, folding bar table in place but it just feels off somehow. And then I saw these ‘Tini Tables and all of the beautiful forms and finishes they’re available in. But what I really saw was perfection. I also appreciate the play on words: ‘Tini hints at martini, get it? {via coco + kelley}


Win It: ginko papers.

Born out of an early love of all things paper and the thrill of handmade notes, Ginko Papers is a handpicked treasure trove of goodies. Everything from rolls of Japanese tape to colorful letter sets to the sweetest little zippered pouches. For this week’s giveaway, Ginko Papers is putting a $25 give certificate up for grabs!

To Enter, Tell Me:
1. Ginko Papers is heavily influenced by Japan. If you could visit any country that you’ve never set foot in before, what would it be?
2. Your email address.
3. Do it all before Monday, March 29th at 9am CST.

Please leave only one comment. Those who do not leave a valid email address will be disqualified. Winner will be selected randomly and contacted Monday, March 29th.


The Heads of State City Posters.

These graphic-heavy posters of awesome (AKA City Posters) from The Heads of State (AKA Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers) have been popping up around the web for the past week or so, but there’s no way I could pass up sharing them. As it stands Miami, NYC, Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Phoenix and D.C. are covered. Wondering how long it will take them to make one for Oklahoma City? Never gonna happen.