Saturday, October 24, 2009
And quite a few other things, but you can't have everything. So...just going to stick with these two :).
No one seems to really be reading my blog yet...but it's going to get there eventually!
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Had to blog again because the new issue of Frankie, aka best magazine ever, came out yesterday, and I just got mine a few hours ago :). I'm home sick from school today, so it's cheered me up a bit. This issue is full of wonderfulness (which is surprisingly actually a word) as per usual. My favourite part so far are the inspiration boards, which have inspired me to get cracking on mine!
Thursday, October 15, 2009
As I sit umming and ahhing over the price of film, I remember reading an article in Frankie a while ago. And that's when I remember The Impossible Project. The aim of the team at The Impossible Project is to re-start production of analog instant film for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010. Recently it was announced that Polaroid would be supporting the project by relaunching some of the most famous Polaroid Instant Cameras.
So, the people at The Impossible Project, thank you!
In the meantime, for people without Polaroid cameras, who dearly wish they had one (i.e. me!) there is a software you can download from poladroid.net, where you can make your own polaroids, just drag and drop your picture onto the camera on the desktop. There are lots of other rad features too, so worth checking it out :).
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
On another note, I love Etsy. I could spend days looking at all the pretty things on there. A few weeks ago I found these delightful animals by skunkboycreatures.
They're all handmade and each come with a story, for example...
You won't find a sweeter baby Jackalope anywhere. You might say his mother raised him right. He is always thoughtful and never grumpy. Baby Jack's favorite things are moon shoes to make him extra bouncy and having his velvety tummy rubbed by someone special.
Each animal is made upon time of purchase so everyone's will be different. You can check it out here, even if you don't buy one, it might give you some ideas for a project of your own....