✚ gold foil world map by Samantha Ranlet | via society6 for these who live in united states… happy thanksgiving! j and i are not traveling this year, which means no crazy highway traffic and no starbucks stop…yay! and we don’t have any plan for friendsgiving as well, just relaxing time for two of us with yummy food marathon from brunch to dinner to late night dessert, plus some netflix binge =) gold foil just makes everything seem more […]
we definitely are having a much colder winter in philly this year. it is the first time i really want a parka (with hood) or, a knit hat to keep my head warm. stay warm!
we’re taking couple days off to visit j’s parents in maryland. i can’t wait to be surrounded by natural landscape ( trees, open field, woodland…) and much more fresh air… wherever you are, have a safe & healthy holiday season !
[all images courtesy of louise roe.dk] can’t believe tomorrow is christmas eve..!! actually in the past couple days i was fighting a terrible flu, which totally messed up my sense of time… anyway, lots of business travel definitely increase the chance of intaking more germs. couple beautiful images from danish design brand louise roe… i am very looking forward to having a healthy, no flu normal life again!!!
[all images courtesy of bambulablogi.blogspot.se] tuesday’s inspiration: lovely black and white holiday decoration from bambula… what a chic advent calendar idea! and yes i hear you! if you’re tired of the overwhelming holiday decoration hype from one blog to another… check out bambula ! many lovely creative DIYs that will not make you feel exhausted. i promise!
[all images via designlovefest.com] i heard people said using artificial wreath is actually more sustainable than getting fresh ones as you can re-use the artificial ones years after years after years. well, i don’t have enough solid facts to against the statement but I JUST CANNOT DO THIS. i would rather not hanging anything. no artificial wreath please. and don’t you agree it looks so much more fun to make your own wreath? imagine the nice […]
it’s hard to believe it has been an year since michitecture moved from blogspot to wordpress! thanks for stopping by from time to time, i am looking forward to sharing more inspiring works & projects, plus sweet finds in daily life, here on michitecture!
… to my dearest mom!! actually her birthday WAS on the 13th, and the card didn’t get mailed until two days passed her birthday (oops). since the card is on its way to taiwan right the moment, i figure this post shouldn’t spoil her surprise. ( which i am also hoping she won’t check the blog before the card arrives) + the rabbit graphic was simply inspired by her zodiac year + lovely cotton twine […]