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    « Abstract Art: Imagery and Doodling | Main | Step #125: The Blank Page »
    Thursday
    Sep172009

    Links: Curious Stuff

    wooden tops, marketplace, Saltzburg

    Links for your exploration this week...

    1. Island Treasures, simply elegant photographs of seashells on aged paint at Garden Mama.
    2. From 5 Orange Potatoes, Fauna's Melting Flowers Wishing Game (via The Crafty Crow).
    3. Trying to figure out a Twitter hashtag? Check out tagdef for details. 
    4. Make a simple handwritten Family Newspaper with tips from The Creative Homeschool and the original creative spark at Living at Home.
    5. How to advertise a show about advertising: Advertising Mad Men from the New Yorker.
    6. Remembrance of Things Unread from The New York Times.
    7. Everything from Cavallini & Co is ultra lovely; check out their notebooks and decorative wrap for design inspiration.
    8. Explore The Bosdyk Dolls House exhibit at The Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. Just click here to see the details, zoom in on rooms, and enjoy!
    9. Doodle & fiber art inspiration via a lace classification document; also from the Powerhouse Museum.
    10. Draw a logo on paper using the (digital) instructions at Creating a Crazy Cool Logo from abduzeedo.

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