It was a sad moment all around when Dandelion was announced to be retiring after 27 years - the bright yellow in Crayola's crayon set. This was decided in order to make room for a new blue shade. *cue sad music* "Our beloved Dandelion decided to announce his retirement early! There’s no taming an adventurous spirit! #NationalCrayonDay" - Crayola This isn't a first-time occurrence for the crayon . . .
Here's my latest hitRECORD challenge entry - The Shoe Girl. Based on a line from this poem, I created my little girl. "Sally who only just turned two, pulls a rabbit from her shoe." Magic Town - REmix, CMather She is confused. On one hand, she's (literally) holding a bunny she has just miraculously pulled out of her shoe. A trick she's learnt since a she was a year and a half. On the . . .
Happy Valentine's Day! Despite being in a nearly 9-year relationship (say whaat), I've never really been one to celebrate Valentine's Day. I'm not one for roses, romance and heart balloon arches, and I don't see a need to celebrate my special day with the rest of the world. However, what Valentine's Day is wonderful for is that it gives you an occassion to tell the people closest to you . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS DAY!! POST 5/7 It's been such an exciting week with celebrations all around - and finally THE DAY has come. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas. Made you lovely readers a little monster to accompany you during this festive season... May you all be as jolly as this little guy with plenty of feasting, love, and laughter all around. Happy holidays! . . .
Happy Friday all! It's a long weekend over here, so we're all even more excited today (despite the forecast of three days of rain). There has been a tad of a blogging hiatus as I've been away in Tokyo, my new favourite city in the world but more of that later... For now, check out this notebook set by Russ Gray - so beautifully whimsical and perfect for Spring. via Nae Design . . .
If you'd like to add some happy to your Instagram feed, add @cintascotch. He's been on my feed for quite a while now and certainly has that effect on me, so just wanted to share the love. Ecuador-based illustrator Javier Pérez came up with an illustrated series called ‘Instagram Experiments’, where he uses everyday household objects and turns them into clever, whimsical illustrations. Check out . . .