Friday, 19 February 2010

Emma Lynne Prints

emmaWeb of life 

I still have a slightly Christmassy themed mantlepiece, blogged here, so I’m searching for some art work to replace what’s there.  I came across these stunning prints by Emma Lynne.  These are much softer and more romantic than I would normally choose, but they are also very beautiful. Visit her etsy shop here, lots more pretty prints to choose from.

emma2 Fall Thread

iPhone Wallpaper download

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In order to promote their new line with Target, Liberty of London have made some lovely wallpapers available for free download, for the iPhone, Droid or Desktop. Clickety here, click ‘Pattern Your World’, then chose the size.

Image via Target.com, as seen on decor8.

Thursday, 18 February 2010

Ebay Find – Horse Embroidery

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I’ve got piles of prints and art work waiting to be framed and displayed, so I’m sharing this ebay find with you – maybe it would look nice in your hallway?  A vintage hand embroidered wall hanging of a rather pretty pony, on turquoise silk, framed. Starting bid only £7.00 plus £6.50 postage. 

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Images via ebay listing.

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Ebay Find – Desk Organisation Clips

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Eek!  My finger is hovering over the ‘Buy Now’ button.  How incredible are these clips?  They are a paper-weight-come-organisation-system for your desk.  What a lovely retro but understated font.  Available here on ebay for £18, plus £4 postage.  Should I?  Someone buy them and send me a photo of them on your desk so I can enjoy them vicariously.

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Images via ebay listing.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

More Magnets

I’m still banging the drum for the joys of organisation (might be something to do with the fact that I’m currently reading Getting Things Done ).

clay magnet  Triplet Keys Magnet

So, more magnets to keep those all important notes stuck to your fridge or magnetic pin board.  Made by Israeli based artist Alona Lahav, these lovely magnets (and also unique jewellery) are available here.

clay magnet 2 Five Colourful Magnets

(Previous mandatory items for organisation blogged here and here.)