Sunday, 28 February 2016

Sunday Favourites #175

It's that time of the week again...




I love these colourful fruit-themed prints by Christopher Dina.



Amazing colourful make up from Karla Powell.

Amanda's yellow gingham dress is perfect. I need some yellow gingham in my life.






I'm unlikely to ever win any of these 19 small awards anyone with anxiety deserves to receive. If I ever return a phone call, or don't over-think something for decades, I might just die of shock! Haha!


This leap year cake from Lovely Indeed looks so good I want to make one, too.









Juniper the fox is adorable. Why can't I have one?? (Apart from the fact it's illegal to keep foxes as pets in England).


This wrinkly bulldog puppy is so cute!




I love these sweet illustrated prints by Kathryn Selbert, especially the hedgehog / hot cross buns design. How cute?


Louise's Lovely Links

♥ Jes wrote a brilliant, informative post on why we love to mock, laugh at, and hate on fat bodies.

♥ Vicky wrote a fantastic piece about being stereotyped as the funny fat friend.

♥ Jemma wrote a thought-provoking post on the power of blogging and social media. I also loved her post about making your blog photos stand out.

♥ I loved reading about Kaylah's trip to the long neglected Mount Moriah Cemetery. Her photos are beautiful.


♥ Mandy shared her 30 prop ideas for blog photos.

♥ Natalie wrote a really interesting post on how to make your own eco-friendly cloth sanitary pads. (Sorry if that's TMI, guys!)

♥ Gemma's flamingo-heeled shoes are the thing of dreams.

If you'd like to see more of the images that inspire me each week, why not give me a follow on Pinterest and Tumblr?

Thanks for reading! Have a good one.

6 comments:

  1. I love the sloths and shaved ice, also that cake looks so delicious!

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    1. Who doesn't love sloths and shaved ice? Awesome combination! xx

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  2. Oh man, how adorable are foxes!? You can keep them as pets in NSW, but not in Victoria as they are pests here, in fact when I first moved to Melbourne was the first time I ever saw one in the wild.

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    1. They really are adorable. A lot of people consider them pests here, too, and they used to get hunted by hounds (and arseholes on horseback) a lot here until it was banned a few years ago. I don't miss driving past hunts. I get that foxes can be a pest to farmers, but hunting still sickens me. I love seeing them in the wild, behaving naturally, like foxes should. xx

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  3. I love the illustrations this week! xx

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    1. I had a feeling you would! xx

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