Monthly Archives: November 2015

Big Magic | Inspiration en masse

Let’s have some early link inspiration full of Creative Big Magic? Posting early for a extra lovely weekend, first of Advent coming up and all. Wishing you all the best! In this post I am sharing a whole long list … Continue reading

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Shabby Chic Collage

Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are. Marianne Williamson Writing three posts each week is not as easy as I thought it would be. Right now it’s because I have … Continue reading

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A Little Art as a Daily Practice

I have been creating a Little Art as a Daily Practice for the past two months, and it has totally rejuvenated me as an artist. If you follow me on instagram you have seen most of these pieces, but I … Continue reading

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Inspired by Autumn’s Colors

I am inspired by the shift of seasons. I am inspired by autumn’s colors, though it feels a bit like I missed the whole autumn because of that horrible cold and then back pain. Plus a load of computer work … Continue reading

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Pretty Things for a Planner Girl

Keep on going, and the chances are that you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I never heard of anyone ever stumbling on something sitting down. Charles F. Kettering Like any girl I like pretty … Continue reading

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Finding the Invincible-blogger-self

Blogging for over ten years, one of my biggest identities as a grown up has been that I am a blogger, the creator of this blog, writing up and sharing new inspiration every week… But if we lose that ability … Continue reading

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A Book about Designing Patterns by Lotta Kühlhorn

One of my favorite book designers in Sweden is called Lotta Kühlhorn. A couple of years ago she made hew own book (Designing Patterns by Lotta Khlhorn) about her process in making repeating patterns and of course it was on … Continue reading

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