Sunday, 8 March 2015

Sunday Favourites #124

I'm sorry I've been missing for the last few days; I've come down with a bad cold, and haven't had the ability to function properly for most of the week. I'm feeling a bit better now, though, so I've been able to put a new Sunday Favourites post together for you; I hope you enjoy it!


This lion tattoo is stunning.


I love this manicure.


I remember those days well...


This rhubarb tart looks delicious.


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Behind the scenes at the Crayola factory! Amazing!

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A rainbow of paper.









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These photos of Holi or The Festival of Colour are incredible. I'd love to experience this one day.




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I love these tattoos from Martyna Popiel.

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Kaylah's vanity tour is so fascinating. I've never seen plants on a dressing table before, but I love the way they look among the trinkets.

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Love this manicure.






Would ya look at these adorable swaddled bats! So cute.




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I could sit and stare at these photos forever

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A weasel riding on the back of a woodpecker!

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A capybara has adopted a litter of puppies!

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Love the paint job on the door.

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Makes sense to me!

Louise's Lovely Links


♥ I'd love to try Keiko Lynn's floral letters DIY tutorial.

♥ I can completely relate to Sarah's fear of turning 30, I'll be reaching that scary milestone in less than four months and I'm not looking forward to it!

♥ I enjoyed taking a peek at Midge's studio.

♥ The Militant Baker wrote an interesting and inspiring post about Leonard Nimoy and his thought on full bodies. I can't believe I only learned about Nimoy's Full Body Project and his work for body activism last week, after his death, 

♥ 11 timeless style tips every girl should follow... you know, if you want to.

♥ 21 times Tumblr proved English is the worst language ever. We sure know how to complicate things!

and finally,  

♥ If Friends had been set in 2015...

Thanks for reading!


6 comments:

  1. Those bats are adorable, and I'd love to visit the Crayola factory. All that colour makes me happy! xx

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    1. Ditto! I can't resist all that colour! I bet it would be so much fun to visit. xx

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  2. Those little bats aww! <33

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    1. They're adorable, aren't they?! xx

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