I'm not sure how I stumbled upon Oana Befort's blog, but I am so glad I did. I have been reading it for a over a year now and every post has been inspiring.
Oana is an freelance graphic designer and illustrator who creates sweet and whimsical illustrations, often inspired by the outdoors. She also takes some lovely pictures of her surroundings, her work, and her cute little boy.
I am waiting for the day that I see Oana's work in my local Anthropologie.
Until then, Oana has created these charming Holiday gift tags that you can download (for personal use) from this post.
Such a sweet way to finish off your presents this holiday season!
I must be late to this, because Elizabeth Monson has been blogging runway inspired nails for two years now, and I only just found out via Pinterest.
Ok, scratch that, I AM late to this. But maybe you are too? A smattering of my favorites, below. And now I'm off to the store for some omega3s so I can grow my nails long like hers and start recreating!
They say third time's a charm! I hope they're right.
Welcome to my little corner of the internet.
I grew tired of my old blog and wanted a new space to create
what I hope will be some really cool posts.
That will most certainly mean no daily posts.
But I hope that also means better posts and more original content*!
To my old readers: thank you for still willing to see what I'm up to! It really means a lot to me.
To my new readers: welcome!
I hope you like it here.
* (like DIYs and actual images that I took, thanks to my new phone-- which has a better camera than my actual camera)
p.s. I don't usually take pictures of myself. Hence the non-smiling self-portrait from inside an Anthropologie the other day. But at least I can put a face to the name, right?