Hitting the Links (12/30)

Paper garland inspired by “The Holiday.”

Cross my Heart. I resisted this blanket first time I saw it, but meeting up with it again showed me just how foolish it was not to add one of these cozy crux-covered blankies to my (ever-expanding) wish list. Sigh . . . . .  (via Door Sixteen)

A Stitch in Time. I don’t do embroidery. But I hope to do one of these darling “embroidered” prints by Alli Coate. C’mon, how can you resist sweet when it doesn’t come with all those pesky calories? Also, check out this blog post by Miss Alli herself, which shows just how your print will arrive at your mailbox. That’s like two presents in one! (via Creature Comforts)

Take a Picture, It’ll Last Longer. Put a little spring in your step, or at least on your walls, with one of these gorgeous paintings from Tina Beebe. I’m particularly gaga for the Poppies on a French Blue field.  (via dear ada)

Hooker Heaven. If I knew how to crochet these festive ornaments would be at the top of my list. Yes, I know it’s after Christmas, but just think what a lovely centerpiece a handful of these in a bowl would make all winter long. I’m just saying . . . . (via dosfamily)

Circle Jerk. I don’t know what that means. I do know, however,  that this festive garland is easy to make—even for the craftaphobic—and can dress up your digs long after New Year’s Eve. (via @craft)

Pillow Talk. You could save your pennies until you can afford some gorgeous new throw pillows . . . or you could just make some. Easy peasy. For realz. (via Chez Larsson)

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Posted on December 30, 2009, in Hitting the Links. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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