Another Wednesday, another installment of “stuff I pinned this week that I think is awesome”.
No lie, I’m pretty busy, so let’s get this started:
Still feeling a wee bit sick, and so the week has kind of been zipping past me, while I feel like I’ve been puttering around in a fog.
Ideas have been coming along, and I realized that I need to start building up stock for Halloween (and the Endless Nights Vampire Ball).
But that’s all besides the point! It’s time for my weekly favorite pins!
**As always, I’ve credited where possible. If I’ve missed something or linked incorrectly, please let me know. I claim no rights to these images, nor have I had any hand in creating them. I just love them. 😉
I’m changing things up a little bit around here to free up more time to work on orders. Attempting to blog 5 days a week was just making me crazy (or making me ignore the blog), so I’m scaling back to 3 days a week.
That said, who knows what will REALLY happen.
So, since I really enjoy sharing my Pinterest finds with you all, I’m moving Pinterest Friday to Wednesday!
My favorite finds of the week (and, as always, you can follow me here: http://www.pinterest.com/trappedintime/):
Portrait of a young woman, Sweden, c.1915
Designer Bill Gibb
Photographer Christian Tagliavini, from his series 1503 (2010) and Dame Di Cartone (2008).
**As these are images found on pinterest and similar sites, credit may not be associated with the image–if you see anything mis-credited or not credited at all, and you have more information, please let me know. And, of course, I claim no copyrights or rights or involvement in any of these images.
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