Friday, April 30, 2010

Posted by Erin Posted on 11:52 PM | 1 comment

Five Things Friday: blog edition

In a recent realization that I needed to seek out inspiration in order to feed my right brain in the midst of my life that currently demands my left brain to be dominant, I sought out some blogs to add to my reading. Here are five of my favorites.

5. How About Orange: So, while i am not nearly as fascinated by the color orange as the writer of this blog, there are little creative projects, time-wasters, and products that get the creative juices (orange or otherwise) flowing.

4.Design Sponge : I have actually been reading this one for about a year but it continues to be a source of ideas.

3. Then Sings My Soul : Remember that pretty necklace I posted on the last FTF? This blog belongs to Kim, the maker of said necklace. Kim is a beautiful woman of God. The joy of Christ is so evident in her life and I am so thankful that our paths crossed briefly at A&M. She is endlessly creative and I am admittedly envious of her style.

2. A Beautiful Mess: Not much to say about this one other than that I love it and this girl pretty much embodies on my alternate personalities. She is my free-spirit on the loose.

1. Color Me Katie: Whimsical. Quirky. Down right incredible creativity. I definitely want to take on some of these projects.

So there you have it. Enjoy!
-E

Friday, April 9, 2010

Posted by Erin Posted on 2:35 PM | No comments

Five Things Friday: Pretty Want'ums

These are five thigs I desperately wish were mine.

5. This necklace made by a sweet woman I met in college. Visit her blog.



4. This floor. It's a before and after project I saw here and I am so incredibly covetous.


3. This piano (becuase it's pretty and I want to re-learn how to play...don't tell my mom or she will say "I told you so"). Just picture it on my yellow floor!!!!


2. This super cute umbrella from pare*umbrella.



1.This cute little house.


Aren't all these things beautiful?! I've pretty much made up in my head, a sweet, smalltown woman that I hope to be someday. I need to get out of the city.