things on the internet that are awesome

January 11th, 2010

hello. it’s been a little while, sorry. A stomach bug came and destroyed us for a week, but now all has been washed and we are feeling much better, thank you. Nothing has been made, so I’ll show you what other people are making.

If I had a spot in my house for this, you bet your ass I’d be making it. via the always awesome brick house.

This beautiful gold necklace is made from squash seeds painted with gold leaf.   Super fancy and yet almost free!

Trula is a pretty new blog that shows off all the awesome kids clothes the mama makes. They are comfy and stylish and (thankgod) not just for girls. She has an etsy shop (and I’ve got my eyes on that bag).

I’m bummed that I was laid up all week with the sick, because I missed out on Lily’s week of shapes, but she mentioned she might host a week exploring line and one for shadow. Maybe if we all pester her enough it will happen soon.

Posted in inspiration.

9 Responses to things on the internet that are awesome

  1. Kirsty says:

    All just lovely! The Brick House is fabulous. Glad you’re all on the mend.

  2. Char says:

    Meg….such awesome finds…sorry haven’t visited in a while…
    Char

  3. Anna says:

    I love the trula clothes, very cute and cozy looking! Wish I could sew clothes like that!

  4. Lils says:

    glad your feeling better Meg, let me know when your up for the week of line & shadow. Great finds!

  5. mama-pan says:

    oooh, that Trula site really is good. very “european,” in a good way.

  6. ::the next best thing to do when you’re not the one making anything! so glad to see great clothes for boys. so happy that things are on the up and up for your family health-wise::

  7. trula says:

    Thank you so much for the feature and the lovely comments. They are so encouraging. Well, you know that the coat was inspired by the one you made.
    Hope you get better soon. We are also trying to get rid of a stomach bug. Seems to be a global one ;)

  8. Rae says:

    Man I just love your linkydoo posts. You always find such great stuff!