|If I concentrate hard enough, maybe when I open my closet I'll|
see these to-die-for tunics and rompers from aiguille et fil
|I'm thinking this houndstooth tea towel |
would look devine in my kitchen.
|Mesmerized by this super cool art print.|
|I'm pretty sure I could make good use of this|
oh-so-lovely Made by Hank bag.
|It may seem silly for me to be daydreaming of one of my own |
art prints, but I've noticed myself glancing at it an awful
lot this past week. I think I like the reminder that
creativity is indeed for the brave and strong!
|Dear gorgeous locket by Verabel, I promise to love you|
for all eternity if you'll just be mine.
Yes lovely readers, this week's Saturday Morning Daydreams is all about geometric patterns. There's something about bold, minimalistic shapes positioned just so that feels energizing. The fiance (yes, he's finally home from tour!) and I are going on a mad estate sale adventure today, and I have geometric goodness on the mind. I'll let you know what I find. And may these pretty geometry-without-the-homework finds bring some inspiration to your weekend as well.
(Pssst! You can check out past editions of Saturday Morning Daydreams right here.)
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