A while back I attended the inaugural craft evening of Craftenhagen, organized by designer, blogger and fellow US-expat-in-Copenhagen Brittany Watson Jepsen who writes The House That Lars Built. The first Craftenhagen guest was Sarah Goldschadt, who is a crafter of many things and has a book coming out soon about just that. The project was to make some little stuffed owls.
I was only able to attend half of the session, so my owls ended up being hurried and therefore lopsided. One owl looked like it had a facial tic and the other was losing stuffing from the moment I made it. But the little owls were so cute that I had to finish them in my own way – by making a picture of them.
Just another day of Free Wallpaper Week at the Bureau. Spending hours shopping for the holidays or putting up with your drunk Uncle Charlie’s antics while decorating the tree/menorah/yak hut can drive many a sane person batty. Sometimes you just want to tune it all out. Now, instead of staring for hours at your computer’s default screensaver, you can use this white noise pattern to take a mental intermission from the stresses of December (or any other month). Enjoy!
Download White Noise/Let it Snow in Blue
Download White Noise/Let it Snow in Silver
Download White Noise/Let it Snow in Charcoal
Please share these wallpapers following the guidelines of the Creative Commons “Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives” license. Basically, you can share the heck out of these, but always remember to attribute the source and please don’t alter or sell the art. Thanks!
Yep, it’s Free Wallpaper Week at the Bureau. For the season of giving I’ve made some wallpapers that you can use on nearly any mobile device you can think of! Today’s wallpaper is available in 5 colors of holiday orientation (except for strawberry, which is more of a June color, which I guess is good for folks south of the equator). Each of the color combinations can be downloaded as a spot illustration or a tiling pattern. I hope you enjoy them, and spread the wallpaper cheer! Continue reading “Merry, Happy, Joy and Tidings”