La Belette Rouge is a blog exploring all things French and Chic:
Fashion, Film, Food, Beauty, and Lifestyle. This blog is about living
the French Chic lifestyle whether you are in Paris, Texas or Paris,
The person baking on this blog is an older-ish twenty-something Korean-American married to a loud Jew (loud as in excessive decibels, not ostentatious). It is not uncommon to find discussions about politics, news, and general ordinary-ness here. In January 2010, we are expecting baby #1!!...more
La Dolce Vita is a collection of random musings about who I am and the things I love. My mission is to feature all of the elements that make up La Dolce Vita, or "the sweet life": interior design, fashion, travel, great food, and inspiring people and places.
Savannah GA, Photographer and Blogger and a bohemian mother of three that is inspired by all the beautiful things in life...
Art, photography, films, music, food, fashion,parenting, travel and culture. La Dulce Vida is not responsible for the use or misuse of information presented here. La Dulce Vida....more
A blog by a law student who crafts to keep her sanity intact. LFK is a both a blog and library of resources for beginner and intermediate information on all types of crafts including Digital and Paper Scrapbook and Crafts, Knitting, Sewing, Candle Making, Crochet and Spinning. Interested in a new hobby, or want to get in touch with your creative side? Head on over and find information to point you in the right direction....more
The design and lifestyle blog is in its 4th year of publication. I focus on Interiors and lifestyles of French, Industrial and English Interiors. I am also a fan of some modern interiors as well. Posts can also cover gift wrappings to hot items in design and lifestyle to current trends in design to timeless design and style....more
This blog is about life in the suburbs. Our back yard meanders on into the woods from where many an animal appear. We've had deer, wild turkey, bunnies, chipmunks, and those horrible long, black snakes. They're harmless, but I'm not a fan of snakes. Absolutely not!...more
I do etegami-style artwork, using watercolor and sumi ink. Etegami literally means "picture letters," and they are handpainted on a thick, porous washi postcard with gansai, a Japanese watercolor, and sumi ink. Etegami must always include a phrase, quote, or word, and both the words and the image often have a seasonal meaning. As a "signature," etegami artists use a simple stamp (hanko)....more