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By Mo on January 7, 2013
By Mo on January 1, 2013
It’s another new year and another new colour of the year from Pantone. I get so excited every winter and New Year to see what colour Pantone will choose for the year. I didn’t publish it, but in my own mind I totally called it. This shade of green was everywhere last year, even here, and here. I’ve created a quick little Polyvore collage to show some of the ways I would wear Emerald this spring.
Posted in Colour, fashion, Mo' Funk Designs, pantone, Polyvore, spring, spring/summer | Tagged color, colour, emerald, Emerald 2013 Color of the Year, fashion, green, Mo' Funk Designs, pantone, polyvore, spring | 1 Response
By Mo on December 22, 2012
By Mo on December 7, 2012
Perfect for the weekend, this soup is so easy and delicious. Lately I’ve been going gluten and dairy free and the changes have sure helped me to feel better. I recently purchased an amazing cookbook by a talented author, photographer & blogger (Cannelle et Vanille) Aran Goyoaga, Small Plates and Sweet Treats. It’s so good! I can’t wait to try more this weekend.
By Mo on December 3, 2012
I recently purchased these beautiful snowflakes from Poketo, a fabulous online shop based out of Los Angeles. I’ve been admiring all the dip dye projects I’ve seen around the internet and wanted to try one of my own. After a trip to the local art supply store, Opus, I raced home to attempt to dip dye my new decorations. I brought home two bottles, one white and one gold, of Rowney Acrylic Ink. It came in so many amazing colours too. I might have to go back for more. Because this acrylic ink has droppers in the lid, I decided to forego the paint brush I had planned to use and dripped the ink onto my snowflakes. Thanks to a discussion with my friend Tan, of Squirrelly Minds, I decided to call this DIY drip dyed, rather than dip dyed.
Posted in Christmas, D.I.Y., Fall/Winter 2012, holiday, Mo' Funk Designs, winter | Tagged acrylic ink, craft, dip dyed, DIY, drip dyed, ink, Opus, Poketo, Rowney Acrylic Ink, snowflake, Squirrelly Minds | 1 Response