A few of the things I find each week which pique my curiosity or inspire me to want to do something, create something, cook something, or become a better person! I hope they will pique your curiosity or inspire you in some way as well!
It is never too early to be thinking about making some decorations for next Christmas. I think this little knitted mouse is so cute. From Ravelry by Abigail Originals. Free!
Dutch rabbits to knit. Also from Ravelry. Not free but not expensive either. Cute! They remind me of a rabbit story, but I will save that for another day.
The art of keeping a travel journal. From Athletes Abroad. Apparently there is a grant you can get to use for a break and time away for people with cancer and their families. We are going to look into it and maybe we can go somewhere after the radiation treatments are done and dusted.
Eye Candy from a shop on Etsy calles Marianata. I love these types of things. So cute! She also has a blog. Dollitude.
Crochet Hoop Balloony House. Love this. Such inspiration here and made from felt which I also love. Making things from felt. Inkie Mama Tumblr.
Handmade Felt Envelope. I love this. So cute. From Paper N Stitch.
Look at the front. It's so cute! A complete tutorial. Wouldn't this be a great Valentine for your main squeeze!
More handmade valentines. No source, but they look very easy. I wish we could get those little red hot candies over here. They come in handy for all sorts.
Hanging hearts! Sweet and Lovely Things.
Matchbox Monsters from Molly Moo Crafts. they're babies. Shhh . . .
Crazy Little Projects. This is lesson one of series. Great tutorials for those who are just learning.
Make your own slippers. A complete tutorial from Tea and a Sewing Machine.
Tips for losing weight depending on your body shape. From The WHOot.
If You Give a Blond a Kitchen. Two bite mini chocolate chip scones. Cute idea, but I bet you could scarfe these down like potato chips. Hmmm . . .
A repurposed China Hutch, turned into a wardrobe for a little girl. Love this. No source, just inspiration.
The top of an old hutch, painted and recycled to use for in the bath. Great idea! Style from the Sticks.
20 Kitchen DIY's to fall in love with. There are some great ideas here like this one, using an old rake for a utensil hanger. From Pretty Designs.
And that's my finds for this week. I hope you were able to see something you liked!
A thought to carry with you through today . . .
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In The English Kitchen today . . . . Coconut, Cardamon, Honey and Vanilla Rice Pudding. Scrumptious! I love rice pudding!
Have a super Friday. Whatever you get up to don't forget!
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And I do too!