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Ferry Staverman has created this exquisite tree sculptures using Bee Board (a form of layered cardboard using laminate and recycled cardboard). Apparently the pieces vary in height from 2-3,5 meters tall.

ferry

Christine Misiak is breathing new life into tired old silver tea sets. Check out the gorgeous shiny black teapot and its quite little lopsided sugar bowl, who has one little foot missing, quite fabulous.

Christine Misiak

Lately I seem to have developed a soft spot for rabbits. Secretly I would love to have a fluffy bunny hopping about my house, but I fear my beloved Stripey Cat may enjoy making a snack out of him, so instead I have resorted to collecting (less tasty) ceramic versions. This gentle wabbit was sculpted by Janine De Waal, an architect from Cape Town (my home town). I have a very similar bunny sitting on my chest of drawers in my room.

rabbit

Wow arent these amazing, they are made from fake moss and polyurethane. Arthur Hash is a very talented jewelry designer from the US.
arthu hash

I am looking for ideas for our upcoming wedding and there are a lot of fantastic and unusual styles to chose from. Krislyn Flora have some truely amazing designs, I love the unusual colours and haunting style.

flowers

Suddenly I am seeing more and more gorgeous ideasfor cupcake, have a look at Trophy Cupcakes for some really scrummy looking ideas, I wonder if they deliver?

trophy cupcake

Blush blush, it has been a while since the last time I added anything to my blog. I could think of a load of really believable excuses but to be honest with you, I had kinda fallen out of love with lots of things “online”. Which is kinda weird considering my job is “online” and all things related. Anyway I dusted off my old blog this morning and was met by a brilliant punt on on one of my favorite blogs, Spray Glue. Thanks Gary (fellow South African) for the link, I am so flattered to be referred to on one of my “hero” websites. I am now totally back in love with this silly internet business!
spray glue