Monthly Archives: January 2015

Links: 01jan2015

  The f*ing astonishing archery of Lars Andersen.

Scrap paper bowl

I’ve found a new favorite crafter, and I can only understand one word out of 20. Luckily, Gustamon knows how to make a good craft video. Every step is clear. You don’t even need the occasional English notes.   Naturally, I had to try this paper bowl for myself. First, I gathered supplies. This year’s crafting for A Month of… (more…)

Saving Money: Sign up with Brands

If you are loyal to a brand (like I am to Skippy Peanut Butter. Mmm.), it may be harder to find sales and coupons. If that thing you like is really good or popular (again, Skippy Peanut Butter), sales and coupons may be even rarer. Here’s the thing: brands want your eyeballs. They want to hear from you, and they… (more…)

Butterflies in Slow Motion

Gorgeous video of butterflies in ultra-slow motion, along with some interesting commentary about their flight and habits.

Skeleton Flowers

Links: 22jan2015

Descendants

Links, 16jan2015

  The Man Behind The Mountain – An Intimate Look at American Folk Artist Leonard Knight from Don’t Sleep Productions on Vimeo. A short film about Salvation Mountain, via Messy Nessy Chic.

How I Cut My Food Bill in Half

And no, I didn’t get there with extreme couponing. I changed my shopping habits in the last week of November. Now, about eight weeks later, there’s very little I need to buy at full price. And paying full price makes me cry a little. The concept in a nutshell: 1.  Sales go in cycles. In the Southeast, it’s 6-8 weeks.… (more…)