Thursday, September 17, 2009

laundry day

Now that my new organic rose day cream protects me from taxation, I have money to burn. So I'm waiting for the postman to arrive with Laundry Day, a print on wood from Sascalia, which I discovered by the great power of the w w w via Green and Pretty.

It'll be perfect in the playroom: pink for one daughter, blue for the other, in that naive style that seems to be creeping up on me through exposure to etsy and craft blogs. Perhaps, when you visit, you'll have forgotten this post and I can claim to have created it myself?

15 comments:

  1. How sweet! I think I may have to look into those for my niece. Oh, and your rose cream sounds like magic! Does it help with purchase guilt too?

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  2. HI there
    This print is lovely. It's great how diverse the www is and what new tastes one can develop blogging. Thanks for popping over my way. Those pharmacy jars are just newer replicas but a steal for a set of 3. Have a great weekend. julie

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  3. Great picture. Do you get to spend a lot of time in the playroom? If not you'll have to buy another for you to enjoy! Shopping? Who needs excuses?! t.

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  4. Oh that's very charming isn't it. And I am already convinced that you painted it yourself...right after you finished knitting that adorable little hat - you clever kitten, you.

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  5. Janis, I tell myself there's no need for purchase guilt if I'm supporting individuals rather than global corporations. Sounds plausible, right?

    Flora May, with that spirit you'll have to be my very first visitor!

    Kitschen Pink, you're so right; already I need another.

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  6. I remember this from Green and Pretty - I love it. Made me want to rush out and get a laundry line and baby doll dress. But forget the painting, how wonderful to be called a clever kitten by Flora May.

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  7. thats a beautiful picture wot you drew.
    speaking of washing lines i thought this post yesterday was really lovely
    http://blackeiffel.blogspot.com/2009/09/hanging-laundry.html

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  8. Elaine, it's wonderful, and so orderly hung that it puts my haphazard washing line to shame. Thanks for passing the link on!

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  9. I remember that lovely print on Green and Pretty...good girl for getting it! I adore it...will look amazing in your sweet little playroom....I remember that too! Happy weekend to you from over the ocean!

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  10. Sweet AND diplomatic ~ how lovely to find something pretty that suits both your girls!

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  11. Get purchase! It's adorable and I love the colors on it!

    Oh and THANK YOU for your comment today. I'm WAY flattered to be compared to Kate! You made my day :)

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  12. i;ve just found another laundry image to love
    http://little-people.blogspot.com/2009/09/what-brings-us-together-and-what-keeps.html

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  13. I'm so glad you liked this print! I am just in love with all of her work, but this was one of my favorites.

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  14. So pretty! It's a great find =)

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