So it looks like it’s working out, i’ve purchased several plain headbands and plenty of feathers, but i’m still on a hunt for some brown ones! Here’s the second headband i’ve made. Vintage brooch and braided headband holds these soft black, blue and green feathers. And don’t forget the peacock feather too!
By Nicole & Andrew Fall is approaching us and this means we’ll all be wanting some good old fashioned comfort food. We’ve created a very simple and easy recipe that’s amazingly healthy too! Ingredients: 1-2 packages of lean ground turkey breast 1 grated zucchini 1-2 grated carrots 1 head of garlic chopped 1 onion chopped herbs and ground pepper worchestire sauce to taste 5-6 mushrooms finely chopped 1-2 eggs 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1/2 cup sun dried tomatoes chopped 1/2 cup grated cheese (whatever you choose), we used parmesan and swiss Directions: Preheat oven to 400°F and set aside your muffin […]
Ever since I was a kid, i’ve had the creativity to look at one object and see something totally different in it. I guess it has something to do with being an Aquarius…? Swiss photographer Francois Robert, who is known for his whimsical book Faces has now transformed his images into a rug by FLOR, it’s called Find A Face and is available for $179.99
Looking for a unique gift? Something one of a kind and amazing? You should check out the Flea Market at The Croatian Cultural Centre. I’ve been there a few time and you can find anything from vinyl (records), vintage jewllery, home decor, furniture and more. Below, i’ve featured a few vintage items you might spot at this market, I hope it sparks some creative ideas for you. 21st Century Flea Market Sunday, 20 September 2009, 7:00am – 3:00pm General Admission $3 at door 7am-3pm Children Under 13 free with adult Snack Bar, ATM, Free Parking Got Questions? Contact Them: Renée Lafontaine 21st Century […]
While doing my daily browse through Vancouver is Awesome, I was happy to notice that i’ve been featured on their site! I’d like to say thanks to Bob Kronbauer for making this happen. Check out the post about my blog:
For the past year i’ve been on the lookout for one of these: Vancouver is a hard place to find them apparently. I’m dying for the day when I can display all my random collections in one perfect place on my wall. Does anyone know where I can find one in Vancouver? I’ve tried antique shows and flea markets, craigslist and ebay. Someday…someday I will find one.
Ever since I can remember, i’ve always been a bargain hunter. If I find something I love in a pricey boutique, i’ll tell myself that I can find it online for less, or find something similar for less. It’s all about how you put it together to create your “look.” No need to spend hundreds.
A while ago I talked about a contest where you could enter to win some amazing jewellery created by Bella-Bijou Jewellery. Today she announced the winner, I sat there thinking, meh I might as well not watch the video, I never win anything, it won’t be me…but I clicked the play button anyway…a few minutes later I freaked out when her random computer program name selector picked me! Yup, i’ve won amazing earrings and a beautiful necklace. Here’s what i’ve won, should be arriving in the mail soon:
You’d think that on a street called Broadway in Vancouver, British Columbia, there’d be some pretty swanky fashion, right? Well one night on a walk to the movies I came across these little gems: Are those tassels that belong on pillows?? Is that my grandmothers old table cloth? Okay I don’t mean to totally bash these designers, but I just find it pretty amusing and had to share it with the world. I mean, there obviously is a market out there for this stuff if they can afford to keep their location on this main street.
For years i’ve seen this sign located near West Broadway & Fir street, it’s probably the best karate school sign i’ve seen…ever! And to think, the thing is super old, but it still does an amazing job at catching your eye on the street. And just a little something extra to set the mood:
Finally after many weeks of procrastination, I got around to making myself a cute feather headband. I simply refused to purchase one from the many places around town that are selling them for $20-$45. All it really takes is a little trip to a dollar store or a fish tackle supply store for the feathers and another trip to a thrift store or in my case, my mom’s old 80’s jewellry for some embellishment. And lastly find yourself some inexpensive headbands from accessory stores or even a dollar store. Then with a little creativity it all comes together. Now that […]