For parents, teachers, and lovers of arts & crafts, don’t miss the wonderful blog A Creative Mint. Stunning pictures, adorable ideas, and don’t miss her posts by color, truly a little Christmas present for the eyes.
For a little shot of inspiration Bee of Design, incredible photos, illustrations and beautiful ideas behind every single post.
For people who love to cook and eat, don’t miss La Tartine Gourmande’s cooking site, with mouthwatering beautiful creations like potato nests with avocado and smoked salmon, and tomato tarte tatin. Yum!
For teachers, the website that is referred to as the Bible of ESL teaching in my house, Dave’s ESL Cafe, everything you’ll need for teaching in a unique and creative way is waiting right there for you. Check out their ‘Stuff for Teachers’ section, where you’ll find posts and ideas from ESL teachers from around the globe.
For lovers of design and home decor, Remodelista and their beautiful photographs and articles. Not to mention their wonderful city guides and unique spots to visit while you’re travelling.
Last but not least, the work of my favorite illustrator (you know who I’m talking about if you’ve been following for a while!), Estonian gone New Yorker Miss. Kristiana Pärn. If you’ve been to our little attic studio you know all about her “Going North” print in wood, and I’m dying to get her “Stories” and “Bring you the North Star” to complete my little collection!
More to come next Sunday! Please note that I’m not affiliated with any of these blogs or websites, I’m simply a big fan!
This morning my little veggie garden surprised me with the very first butternut squash blossom which is the photo I’m sharing with you today. Hope the actual squash is on it’s way! I’m always tempted to eat the actual blossom since they say it’s one of the most delicious things on the planet, but you know how it is…no flower no veggie! Ahh the dilemma!