I design, make paper goods, and live in Seattle. One Fine Dae shares the many lovely things that I adore. I'm also a fan of Polaroids, Scrabble, classic movies, vintage, and sailboats. And Charlie Brown is my goofy little companion and unofficial paper shredder.
And also read emails. So say hello, I'd love to hear from you.
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A photo from last Sunday's failed bokeh-themed shoot with some friends due to mother nature's inability to cooperate. This was taken in the U-District right before I was heading home from dinner. Hopefully, my next attempt to try this boat bokeh will happen atop Kite Hill.
It's been a while since I've taken my DSLR out to play. It used to be quite frequent. But not so much lately...
So this is a note to myself to pick up a camera, of any kind, and take photos more often. Then share them.
Have a delightful 3-day weekend mydears!
Lovely colors and details by Christine Tenenholtz of Red Hot Pottery.
I've been cutting and sorting a lot of envelopes with security patterns this weekend. So many different patterns, textures, and color variations for something that's seemingly mundane and overlooked. And once they're cut and sorted, they don't look like they were envelopes to begin with; they've transcended to become something more.
I have some fun plans for these pretty papers, including projects for the shop. Stay tuned...
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Yay to the weekend!
(Plus some fun links for your entertainment...)
How rich ARE you? Find out using the nifty little meter and see where you stand in comparison to the rest of the world.
Love ducks? Love photography? Love comics? If you answer yes to all (or any) of those, then What The Duck is callin' your name (sent from a friend).
Classic + timeless bags from Ally Capellino.
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So today, instead of working, some of my coworkers decided to draw everybody as their fast food alter ego.
I have been dubbed as the "Asian Wendy."
Time to go endorse my new, corporate image.