Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Tuesday Treasures 61

Hey, folks! Thanks for stopping by for this week's issue of Tuesday Treasures, my weekly collection of favorite finds from around the web! Today I'll be letting you in on some changes to my blog and to Tuesday Treasures in general, so be sure to stick around to find out more! In the meantime, I hope you enjoy my newest handmade picks and creative inspiration!

The artistry of Jen Collins touches my heart like that of no other! With a series longingly entitled Animals That I Did Not Meet and quirky subject matter that ever-so-often touches on the endless wonders and complications of body hair, this unique ceramic artist and illustrator is definitely one that I will be keeping my eye on!




These pretty potted seedling cookies by cookie & frosting expert Sweet Ambs are incredibly adorable and just perfect for Spring! If you'd like to make some of these cute little leaf toppers yourself, be sure to check out this video tutorial from Sachiko of Mimicafe Union!


If I've ever seen a logo that I'd define as simply majestic, this would be the one! This work of art by Sam Larson of Steel Bison is really brought to life in beautiful texture and detail in this gorgeous print from Clove St. Press.


With the crazy sore throat and sinus infection I've had all weekend, this recipe for a super sinus-clearing bath soak from the Love & Marriage blog sounds incredible. If you're experiencing Springtime allergies, you should probably try this out with me and let me know how it goes...


I am in Love with this appropriately-named work of art by Paula Belle Flores! The beautiful flowers placed inside a delicate floral-print anatomical heart vase and surrounded by butterflies makes a truly sublime tapestry for any room!


Thanks again for reading Tuesday Treasures! From now on, I'd like to try to approach this series a little differently - by posting biweekly instead of each week! Hopefully, this will leave me with more time for projects, planning, and really refocusing my blog and attempting to better achieve my goals as well as providing a more focused range of content. Ultimately, I'd love to hear what you all have to say about the matter, so feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions, comments or opinions - I'd love to hear from you! As always, thanks for reading, and remember that you can always check out previous issues of Tuesday Treasures in the archives! See you soon!

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