24 May 2010






me and my friend Matt had fun making terrariums yesterday. some new plants to freshen up the rooms. and my cat Mimi being pretty :-)

started summer school today, art 335: paper making. just from our first class today, i can already tell i am going to enjoy doing this hands-on craft. its a beautiful practice. plus, my professor is from Sweden!

27 comments:

danica said...

ah, i love terrariums! yours look lovely - you should do a little online tutorial :)

world of sekimachihato said...

yes, online tutorial would be great!
mmm, what happened to mimi's mimi?

marie said...

have fun! can't wait to see some of it ;)

Make it Easy said...

her ear was clipped like that when we got her at the cat sanctuary. it signified that she was already chipped and spayed :-)
i like to think her ear looks like a sakura petal...which is part of the reason how she got her name :-)

Claudia said...

I've been meaning to grow my own sprouts; maybe I'll take your post as a sign that I should finally do it :P Your terrariums look stylish and homey (like, welcoming) at the same time, I love it.

Bonjour Juliette said...

Ha, you make me want to make my own terrariums too!
Did you already have the plants, or did you buy them on purpose?
I never did such a thing, but looks like a fabulous gift for my poor garden-less friends...
Thanks for the idea!

eve said...

i love your blog!

Ida Nielsen said...

Just recently found your blog and I'm so glad I did; so much inspiration here. Those terrariums are fantastic!

Yoli said...

My goodness they look so beautiful!!! YOu are so talented! Can't wait to see your class projects if you post them.

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lolina. said...

can I cat-nab your cat? please? PLEASE? O_O

Walter Helena said...

Thank you for creating such a lovely space : )

I’d like to invite you to win a piece of my fine art through a giveaway on my blog.

http://walterhelenaphotography.blogspot.com/2010/05/whp-giveaway-two-of-twelve-clouds.html

I wish you all my best.

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lina said...

what a neat class! i would love to be in a class like that. papermaking is so much fun.

Lady Spider said...

Looks like fun - I think I'll make one :)

My18stripes said...

Mimi is so beautiful!

Soshi said...

I wish they had such fun classes back at my home university!

And your cat is adorable! She looks perfect with all the terrariums, but definitely not in them, haha!

Duermevela said...

gorgous! I love those terrariums.
Brilliant!

thenextarrow said...

i love everything about that last photo. the cat's expression + the plant...lovely.

xo Alison

hila said...

that sounds like so much fun!

chukwubuikem said...

they're awesome! great pictures too!

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http://indian-winter.blogspot.com/

jenna said...

oh, i love this! really beautiful.

Heidi said...
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Heidi said...

hey there! may I pls ask you who's the singer and the title of this song? it's really lovely, hope I can find it on iTunes! thanks

Make it Easy said...

the song is called "wo gui non coin" by the Seatbelts :-)

Make it Easy said...

wo qui*non coin

House of Milk said...

oh my goodness! would you do a tutorial on how to make a terrarium, pretty please? :) Yours are so cute and pretty!

ii-ne-kore said...

wonderful terrariums! green art:)