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Shipwrecks, Windmills, and a Lovesick Lunch.

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.

6 comments:

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

    xoxo from M√ľnchen
    La Vie Quotidienne
    www.laviequo.com

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  2. 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!

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  3. That shipwreck is rad. Thanks for sharing.

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

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

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