So in an attempt to make a fuzzy version of my kitty, Sammy, I decided to try to needle felt onto one of my stuffed Kitties. Here is the frightening result. As far as the ability of the wool to latch itself onto the Kitty, that worked fabulously. But as far as me liking the final look... I'm not too sure yet. Maybe he'll grow on me. Idk.





Between this post and yesterday's I've concluded that I haven't had nearly enough sweets lately and I'm taking it out on my blog. Heh heh, oh well. These lovely felt delectables were created by Lisa Johnson of Lisajhoney. The little whipped cream poofs in the bowl of fruit and on the pancakes are so cute I can hardly stand it. Check out more of Lisa's felt creations in her etsy store. You can also find Lisa on her blog, facebook and twitter.


Ok, so this post is a little out of character for me because I don't usually post too much about food, but this cake (and photography) was so crazy gorgeous that I couldn't resist. The "Super Epic Rainbow Cake" was created by Kaitlin of the Wisk Kid blog. On her blog Kaitlin shares her gorgeous confections, their recipes, lovely stories and fantastic photos. Check out the Wisk Kid blog here, and Kaitlin's deviantART site here. drool drool.





The new Small Magazine is out. Yay! Check out the autumn 09 issue here for some major eye candy.





I saw these little coasters today and thought they were super adorable. They are by Mendy of Merit Market. View more in the Merit Market etsy store and blog.





Check out these awesome printed leather necklaces. So cool. I'm loving the ships in the first two pics. These creations are by artist, Naomi Joy Yamamoto of Flight Path Designs. View more on the Flight Path Designs website and etsy store.





Check out these beautiful hand woven scarfs. GORGEOUS! They are by artist/weaver Cait Throop of Barefootweaver. The white one with the little bits of gold and green is calling me. Love love love it! See more in the Barefootweaver etsy store and blog.





Check out these wonderful illustrations/paintings by artist, Scott Bakal. I'm just loving all the texture and rich, bright colors together. My fav is the big red bird in the first pic. And I couldn't resist posting the bird with the skull to go with yesterday's post. See more of Scott's work on his website.





I'm really digging these porcelain skulls by Cyrus the Potter. Love all the different patterns. Better yet, Cyrus is a fellow Minnesotan. Yay! Check out more lovely skulls and other pottery in the Cyrus the Potter etsy store. P.S. All his carved skulls are now on sale for only $25!





The most fabulous, Yokoo, has created some new gorgeous tote bags. I just love the white and navy one in the first pic. The thin leather straps finish off the piece beautifully! See more of Yokoo's creations (and wonderful photography) in her etsy store, blog and flickr.





These "Mini Goals Chalkboards" are TOO CUTE! They were created by artist/illustrator Mary Kate McDevitt. Each one is hand painted and one of a kind, and she even makes custom ones. Head over to her etsy shop, blog and flickr to see a bunch more.

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