Link Love


The japanese art of wrapping with cloth is so pretty. Learn how to make your own Furoshiki.

Love these thread organizer cards, get the free printable at Wild Olive (via Cut Out and Keep)…

I’m having the kind of week that reminds me of this piece of artwork by Ed Ruscha (that he generously allowed me to include in my book, thank you sir).

And that to-die-for Play Tent is by Spasso on Flickr, get the tutorial from 2 Little Hooligans!

Also…

This had me shooting coffee out of my nose: Lunch Packing Letter of Agreement via ohdeedoh

Get crazy deals on design stuff for your casa at new find Design Story. Seriously, sign up now!

I’m finally reading Nurture Shock on my new new Kindle and I’m so glad I dug into it. So fascinating, especially the section on the inverse power of praise. Read it. While I’m at it, I want to say again that the single greatest thing I did for my family was read Between Parent and Child. Can’t recommend it highly enough, it will change your life.

Cute DIY for a butterfly embellished pillow for the girlie girls out there (Scarlet says “I don’t yike snakes mommy.  I yike butterflies.”)

Check out our DIY Tissue Number Birthday sign at Hostess With the Mostess this week (we are obsessed with this site).

Download a free knit or crochet cap pattern, then make some for Save The Children, and they’ll send them to little chilly heads around the world. Get the details: Good Goes Newborn & Child Survival Campaign.

And sale on gorgeous Baker’s Twine in a rainbow of colors at our friends Bake it Pretty!

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Sara

How have I possibly lived this long with out knowing what a Furoshiki is!? This is amazing. Always love the Link Love, thanks for sharing!

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Amy

Hey! Thanks for the love! I'm a little in love with Prudent Baby lately myself… so right back at ya…

P.S. I really gotta get off my bum and start a blog… flickr works but blogging might motivate me to be more craft-productive?!?!

==spasso! at flickr

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