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Kell and her kidlets, being funny :)


How cool is this? Lamps made from vintage china - such a fun idea :) From Vintage Renaissance on etsy


I love this height chart design (they have other fantastic posters and stuff too), great colour too!

Bold and Noble on etsy

Inspired by this photo and others from this lady's flickr, her home was featured on the Nesting blog and is right up my alley :) - This style is really what I love when decorating Sienna's room in particular. I'm making her bed into a tree at the moment, but that's another story.


I like this Sprout Design blanket from here, such a fun and whimsical design! I'm making a couple of blankets for baby at the moment, in a vague kind of way anyhow. I've cut stuff. The sewing will come eventually, I'm sure :)

I've been going through my photos from the Perth trip at the beginning of November last year... I'm uploading them to my flickr as I go, here are some I like so far. The first few are from this funky cafe in Fremantle where Viv took the girls and I.

The Fremantle markets...
Sabrina Ward Harrison making an ink painting during her workshop -

And that last one is my feet and my pages from the workshop.

Speaking of travel, does anyone have any suggestions for essential shops, cafes, or general locations we should visit when in Hobart in a few weeks time?

5 comments:

Michelle Macdonald said...

I haven't lived in Hobart for 10 years but I went to visit last June and its a must to go to Salamanca Market. There are Cafes everywhere in Hobart, especially Salamance Place. A place I liked wasnt in Hobart but not too far away...about 20 mins...http://www.brookfieldvineyard.com/

Ashley Brooke said...

Your pages from the workshop are beautiful! I am jealous that you could attend such a grand event!

vivian said...

loving the pictures you took dQ!

Sharmaine said...

Love the pages you made!!
Hobart:
North Hobart, has restaurant strip
Salamanca has market on Saturday and there are other markets in some of the outer areas on Sundays.
assuming you will have a car, Richmond, Port Arthur, Huonville, New Norfolk... all daytrips. The tourist Centre in the CBD is really good and always helpful. There is a toursit bus that can take you around the highlights. Launceston is only a 2hour drive away and there are great places on the way, Oatlands, Evandale...
Let me know if there is any other info I can get for you :)

Ashley Brooke said...

Your pages from the workshop are beautiful! I am jealous that you could attend such a grand event!