In the wise words of Debby Boone, “Dreams are the seeds of change. Nothing ever grows without a seed, and nothing ever changes without a dream.” It’s that time of year again. The weather is starting to turn sunny and trees and flowers are blossoming all around. Plants are green again, and after the chill of winter we just endured, it couldn’t come a moment too soon. So go ahead and start planting your dreams for spring.
Beige, tan, khaki, biscuit, brown, navy, umber, bronze and gold… neutral tones exist all around us. While previous consensus may indicate that these particular hues seem drab and uninteresting, we have to disagree. Neutral colors are in and they look ever so good on you!
Oh, glorious cherry blossoms. Is there anything more beautiful than the declaration of springtime with a series of these Japanese trees blooming in the warm sunshine? An enduring metaphor of eternal life, these pretty pink flowers have the tradition of flourishing en masse around April.
Happy Valentine’s Day! We love each and every one of you, and to show our appreciation for all that you do for us, we’re excited to share with you this FUN and FREE DIY fabric tutorial brought to you by our friends at Terial Arts. With this simple supply list, you'll be making everyone smile!
Hexagons. What isn’t cool about them? From bees' honeycombs to a giraffe’s spots, hexagonal patterns are ubiquitous in nature due to their efficiency. Because each equitable line in a hexagonal grid is as short as possible comparative to other geometric shapes, honeycombs require less wax to uphold the structure of the hive. So the bees are creating the most structurally sound figure with the least amount of waste. Pretty neat, huh?