I took the "real" letter print classes in February, but I am interested in the potential of this home letterpress crafting idea. I plan on eventually saving up enough money to buy a real old-fashioned letterpress. In the meantime, this looks like big fun in small scale batches. I would also need 2 sets of the photopolymer (Set 4) in order to spell anything out.
I just discovered this really cool site called eShakti that allows you to customize your clothing while you purchase it. Change the neckline. Add a different sleeve length. Adjust the length of the hem. For $15 per item. How cool is that? I want to try it out - some of their dresses are Anthropologie cool. They are based out of Seattle, which might explain the coolness.
Wonderland glasses from Urban Outfitters. Love it.
Framed Goat portrait. If you know me, you know why. Hello my little goat friend!
All Clad Stainless Steel pots and pans in my kitchen. Unfortunately, they are rather prohibitively expensive (especially the copper core ones that I deeply covet but won't even bother openly craving on this blog. My cooking skills don't merit copper core to be honest...)
Pacifique is fantastic and made in small batches in Washington state with a hand-hammered copper pot still. Pernod, of course, is the godfather and probably should be the "first."
My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and their Final Meals. Portraits, Interviews and Recipes. By Melanie Dunea. This book has the now-famous Anthony Bourdain photo with the leg bone. He is such a rock star. I get fluttery just thinking about it. This is one of those books meant to be owned and put in a collection.
Nigella Express: Good Food Fast. Lovely Nigella is the queen of all food porn. I love her. She loves food. Her Express book is missing from my Nigella collection. I am also missing her Christmas book.