Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Fingers Crossed

Hey, how's your week so far? Mine has been quite crazy but also productive. I've been meaning to share a few cool things with you and I hope to do it by the end of the week.

And for now, I need you all to wish me good luck because tomorrow is my final (8hr!!) exam before graduating as an architect. Fingers crossed?


(Photo: Iva Yaneva)

Friday, November 11, 2011

Shooting Stars

Gisele Bundchen is one of my favourite models. I love her natural beauty and bubbly personality. But today I wanted to share a quote from an interview she gave about the meaning behind her tiny star tattoo, which I thought was really cute.

"It's a shooting star, for my grandmother. She died when I was young. When I first moved to New York, there were no stars in the sky, so to remind me of her I drew one on my wrist and kept it there for a month, and then had someone draw it in"

Do you have any tattoos and what's the meaning behind them?

Photo: vanishingtattoo)

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Quote of the Day

(Photo: gareth)


I saw this on facebook this morning and I couldn't not share it with you. Isn't it cool?

(Photo: memecenter.com)

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Movie Posters

I was thinking about the movie Anonymous I told you about yesterday and how much I liked the poster. So I went online and found a great website where you can buy movie posters and the best news is they have ones from old movies as well. So here are some of my favourites:

I'm not a big fan of like teen-like rooms with posters all over the walls but I do like having a beautifully designed poster framed and left leaning on the wall. It could bring some colour and character to a place, don't you think?

If you could have any movie poster displayed as art which one would you choose?

(Photos: moviegoods.com)

Monday, November 7, 2011

"Dream Big or Go Home!"

Yes, the quote is from my new favourite TV show "How to Make It in America". I saw all the episodes in just two days. Does anyone else watch it?

Movies I'm looking forward to this week are Anonymous (that one caused quite a disturb, didn't it) and Woody Allen's new movie Midnight in Paris. I've been a huge Woody Allen fan ever since I saw Vicky Cristina Barcelona and later my dear friend Lora introduced me to more of his lovely work.

This past week I was quite busy because it was Sofia Architecture Week once again. I was a volunteer and helped with one of the exhibitions - the one by photographer Nikola Mihov, which was absolutely amazing. You can see photos from the whole week on their facebook page.

I've also been quite into this song lately. I really dislike the lyrics but it's still good.

And don't forget to watch the asteroid tomorrow if you have proper equipment and if you are lucky enough to be on the right side of the Earth to see it.

Have a wonderful week! xo

p.s. I've been quite active on Twitter lately, so come join me if you please!

(Photo: Angie Nan)

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

DIY projects

I have some pretty exciting DIY projects for you today. I myself would like to try all of them!

Friendship Bracelet. I used to make these when I was a kid and then I forgot how to. I think these are really cool to wear, the picture looks like it's been taken straight from Plumo's catalog.

Pom poms from old T-shirts. These are so beautiful! The perfect decoration for a party. Plus, you get extra points for recycling.

Peanut Butter Cups. Who would expect these perfect little things to be handmade? I am so trying this recipe!

Candle Holder
. Very easy and oh-so-beautiful! I think it's the perfect DIY project for this time of the year when it's really dark outside and I find myself burning lots of candles.

And finally, something genius! Moss Graffiti! Need I say more?

For more amazing DIY projects, please visit craftgawker. You won't regret it, I promise!
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