Shipwrecks, Windmills, and a Lovesick Lunch.

Monday, March 19, 2012

First off, a big thank you for your support and enthusiasm for my new adventure series! I'm so glad you're excited, and I can't wait to share the first post a little later this week. In the meantime, here's another installment of Monday morning daydreaming.

Today, I'm loving Ann Wood's extraordinary creations, including a stately cardboard castle and an elegant shipwreck,

tiny European houses (and a miniature Grecian windmill) made by hand from clay,

and these love-struck words from Old Man Raver.

Have a happy Monday.


la vie quotidienne said...

Woww I'm completely impresed!! Great job!!

xoxo from M√ľnchen
La Vie Quotidienne

Lisa said...

I was excited to find some of Laurie's work featured here! She's such a wonderful artist and her European houses are absolutely beautiful! The castle and ship wreck are amazing and the love-struck words are so sweet :) Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful start to the week!

Brianna Soloski said...

That shipwreck is rad. Thanks for sharing.

Shoko said...

My pleasure completely!

Laurie Poast said...

It's so nice to find my work here amongst such amazing finds! Thank you ;-)

Shoko said...

Laurie, you're so welcome. I'm such a big fan of your work!



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