Book Lamp! →
hipstertipster: This lampshade comes via neversaygood-bye. We would make a similar DIY lamp using tissue paper in several similar shades for a softer, more translucent look. If you used blues and greens, it’d look like fish scales. If you used pinks and peaches, it’d look like flower petals. Also, rather than investing in a giant hole punch, we’d just trace circles on the paper around a big...
I’m on the Highway to Hell– Dante Alighieri (via historysaidwhat)
thebanditqueen asked: Aw, thanks for the reblog lady! :)
a blanket lain for two: Alright, here it is folks!... →
thebanditqueen: Alright, here it is folks! After a long month and a half, I finally sold my first item over in my new store! YAY! So to celebrate, for 24 hours only, I’m offering 50% off everything in the store! Starting right now, 7:00 pm on 6/20/11 and going until 7:00 pm on 6/21/11, enter the… what a talented/lovely lady. buy her stuff
Interesting Find: meet the world campaign.
afatfrenzy: Icaro Doria, a Brazilian man, working for a magazine in Portugal started this campaign using real data from the UN and flag images, he’s created whats known as Meet the World. The colors within the flags from its respective country are used to represent current, geographical relevant issues. Take a look. United States Angola Somalia China Colombia Burkina
Pointing out small-scale problems does not diminish one’s capacity for tackling...– @squintyoureyes (via pikitis) Because the little things we say and do are the foundation for the culture we create. (via sexisbeautiful)
people who say
“due to the fact that….” really have nothing to say