What caught my eye in the past month

What seriously caught my eye in the past month is all the COVID-19 false information and trusted sources.  Your Department of Health and World Health Organization are trusted sources.  Anything else hmm…. I won’t be passing on. I’ll be shutting down.

That said below is what I enjoyed clicking into and checking out. Hope something  helps you escape for at least a tiny bit.

Cozy little house shows us how to create a spring boho vignette. I I love this look. Just saying!

no sew tote bag

This no-sew reusable bag caught my eye as grocery stores here are going bag-less or charging for a plastic bag.  Scattered thoughts of a crafty mom  shows in detail how to make this bag. What I really liked were the pictures of the step-by-step process.

Apartment Therapy  tell us the history behind red doors.

Head over and visit  Kerry life and loves  as she shows us 25 things we can do as we self-isolate.

Check out A Beautiful Mess where they give us #StayHomeMakeSomething Challenge. I would love to see what people are creating at home!  I thought this was a great idea as so many of us are self-isolating to keep families and friends safe and likely looking for things to do at home.

The title caught my eye bright white apartment.  I like white and natural light  so of course I had to pop in and check this apartment out.  I think the bones of the apartment are lovely.  The high ceiling, brick (love) but even for me it was too much white.  Let me know what you think.

Apartment Therapy shows us a 315 square foot apartment. The title caught my eye. I had to see it!

Quote from Big Dreams Daily Joys by Elise Blaha Cripe.

You can always start now!

 

 

12 thoughts on “What caught my eye in the past month

  1. Rebecca Moon Ruark says:

    Liked that idea-making quote. Ideas beget more ideas–so true. The white apt. was too white for me, too, but then I’m a colored walls person. I’d have a different, bold colorful wallpaper in every room if it were just me!

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  2. ellenbest24 says:

    My sister has a space for contemplation (I call it Buddhist alter) it looks similar to the first photo. I love the no sew bag and may give it a bash. Thank you for the post.

    Like

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