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Monday, 5 March 2012

10 Things I Learned & Loved This Weekend

1. Organising my stationery shelf into jars and boxes was very therapeutic.
2. This print caught my eye.
3. Love the high gloss tomato red colour of this pendant.
4. Enjoyed using my Cornishware mortar and pestle for the first time on Saturday.
5. Rachie sent me this lovely thank you card following last weekend's dinner party.
6. I had fun baking these heart-shaped jam and coconut cookies on Sunday afternoon.
7. My Bright.Bazaar home needs this anchor tea towel!
8. These votives make me think of eating at cliff-side taverns in Greece - beautiful!
9. The coloured drawers on the Vernay Cabinet add just the right dash of colour.
10. Loved the colours in this throw from Missoni Home.

43 comments:

  1. oh i really like the vernay cabinet and how the legs taper a bit!

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  2. I ache for a Zara & Zara home nearby--those votives are adorable!

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    1. A new store just opened up within walking distance of my house... so dangerous! ;)

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  3. Great idea with the jars, they look fabulous. I need some shelves first, THEN I can put stuff on them!

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  4. it appears you've been putting up ribbons for winter! great organization. it's amazing how one can repurpose ye olde mason jars. a shelf of well organzied craft is a beautiful sight

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  5. i always love your 10 TILLTW posts. :) So many great links.

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  6. The cookies look delicious!

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    1. Thanks, Hannah! I found the recipe in the Christmas issue of Donna Hay magazine.

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  7. Thank you so much for featuring my towel! I'm glad you like it.
    Your cookies looks so good, I think I'm hungry now!

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  8. Love the lemon soda print...and those cookies look divine!x

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  9. I LOVE the pendant. One day, in my dream house...

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  10. Once again I'm impressed by your baking Will! Those biscuits look seriously delish!

    Abbey x

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  13. Will those cookies look delicious! share the recipe please, um!

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    1. Thanks, H! It was from the Christmas issue of Donna Hay magazine. I just searched her online site and couldn't find it on there but there are lots of other fun cookie recipes to try! Here's the link:

      http://www.donnahay.com.au/

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  14. Oh I so love to see Les Miniboux here:-) Just the right thing for my little sailor heart!! And man do I smile...I have such a Rifle Paper Co. postcard box at home, too:-)))

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  15. The Vernay cabinet is perfection. And love your Rifle stationary set - I just picked up their exclusive Global Greeting set from Anthro.

    Can I also just say how much I love that you post over the weekend? You're certainly more ambitious than I but it pays off because you're the only site I end up visiting on Saturdays and Sundays!

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    1. I need to check out that exclusive set for Anthro by Rifle... sounds so fun!

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  16. That Vernay Cabinet is so great. If I could get one in the states, I would buy it now! Don't you love it when you've organized? It feels so good and I always feel like I can take on what's coming next when everything's in its place. Teri

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    1. I just checked the made.com website and they don't ship to the USA at the moment but if you sign up to their newsletter they will let you know when they do! http://www.made.com/faq Hope that helps :)

      p.s. LOVE getting organised!

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  17. I nearly died when Missoni unveiled their collabo with Target, now I'm really digging any and all of their home decor pieces...I can see a fabulous scarf draped as a tablecloth or one of their signature textiles strewn all over my bed! That last piece is a gem...perfect for those who don't wish to commit to too much pattern! Great picks!

    xo-Julie
    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture.com

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  18. Um, not quite sure how I've never come across your gorgeous site before, but I just discovered this morning and was instantly hooked!!! Can't wait to pour through the archives, and am already endlessly inspired by what I've seen so far! Cheers, and keep up the colorfully gorgeous work! ;)

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  19. Once again great gather up Will- and yes, I'd love some of your cookies, please! xoxo

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  20. Nice weekend! I loved that you baked some cookies - they look delicious! Cute way to store all that washi tape too.

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  21. The coloured drawers are a must and those biscuits look delicious. Nothing quite like home-made treats on a Sunday afternoon.

    Great blog btw!

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  22. Nice job organizing your stationery- I wish someone could come and do that for me. Every time I try to organize, I either get distracted and write a letter or I just create a bigger mess. You made those cookies? They are perfection! Please can you share the recipe?

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    1. Hello! Yep, I baked the cookies from a recipe in the Christmas issue of Donna Hay magazine. Tried to find the recipe online but to no avail. Here's the link to her site where there are lots of lovely cookie recipes - hope that helps a little!

      http://www.donnahay.com.au/

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  23. Is that a balloon jar in the top photo? I just got those telegram cards in stock, they're lovely! Nice pestle and mortar too.

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    1. Love the rifle cards - good choice! The jar is a Kilner jar full of tape! :)

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  24. So crazy about the red vintage light fixture ..or do you know where I can find it. I love your blog

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    1. Hi Jane! Yes, it's linked to the store it's from in the post copy above. For ease, here is the link again:

      http://www.etsy.com/listing/84049187/pendant-light-with-red-enamel-shade

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  25. Those heart-shaped biscuits look so good + I just love the beautiful Missoni throw - I'm a bit obsessed with their gorgeous towels too! Happy Monday Will xx

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  26. Oooh - definitely putting those biscuits on the 'to do' list for this weekend!

    Andrea x

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  27. Organizing is always therapeutic for me too!

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  28. I want the same Cornishware mortar and pestle now...

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    1. You should definitely invest as they are so useful and look great when not in use as well! :)

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  29. You baked heart-shaped cookies?! Be still my wee heart. Sounds like a lovely weekend. And I'm totally loving that Vernay cabinet. Whew...what a pretty thing. Also, I'm onto you, buster. No one gives aways my "real" age and gets away with it! ;P

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    1. Hahaha, you crack me UP! Couldn't resist that cheeky little comment over on OBN! ;) (P.S. The cookies taste soooo good!)

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  30. Finally I catch up! Glad you like the card - you photographed it beautifully and do i spy the gold and black rifle paper co cards ? I love them!! That Made cabinet is also gorgeous - great finds!! x

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  31. I really like the layout of this post as always your posts are perfect! x

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