I’ve never seen anything quite like it – a Mid Century Design greeting card. I love modern and minimalist designs in houses, furniture, shops, scrapbooks and more. And now, I’m officially adding Modern Invitations and greeting cards on my list. I love the neat design of the card and with Fabulousstationery.com, I can convert it into Personalized Greeting Cards. They got everything I want in a greeting card – a modern design with a personalized touch. Perfect!
Now, I’m thinking of getting a couple of invitations for future birthday parties. If my husband will throw a party, I’m positive that he will be needing invitations since he has a lot of friends. I will recommend Fabulousstationery.com for his invitations. Same with my daughter who is turning six next year. With that age, she would want a simple party with a couple of classmates and friends. A simple and modern invites would be a great idea too. I won’t have to worry about the design since I can choose from over 500 designs of Fabulousstationery.com. They even offer Personalized Holiday Cards. And all I have to do after choosing a design is choose a color combination and then personalized the card according to the occasion. Yes, it’s that easy. And guess what? The shipping will only take 72 hours before it arrives to my place! Perfect!
Saw these on the internet while I was doing some research for an article about business signs. Too funny!
The To Do web site is one of my favorite inspiring blogs. I love that in one sentence posted in a post-it note, you are left with something inspiring and positive to think about. I consider it one of the most effective ways to build muscle fast up in the brain and exercise my “happiness”.
I would like to compile every note that I find inspiring and make a book out of it. Better if the site comes out with a book version!
Here are some of the latest To-Do’s you might find inspiring for you:
A few friends have been talking about setting up a dreamboard for themselves this year. Many have been saying it has been quite effective in making “their dreams come true” – and it is something worth trying. Not even the best fat burner can help me lose weight – maybe a little more motivation and inspiration will help?
Setting goals is something we are all familiar with. In fact, it’s almost become a cliche that some people no longer pay attention to. Making a dream board can take the cliche out of setting your life goals, and can even help you to accomplish those goals.
You can either gather use magazines or image websites. If you choose to use magazines, you should use different types, covering all the topics that you are interested in.
Go through each magazine and cut out any random pictures that appeal to you. Allow your mind to wander and follow your instinct. Find bright, colorful images that make you feel fantastic or get you thinking about what life could be like if it were you in that picture. Try to minimize the words that you cut out.
Purchase a magnetic board or a large blank painting canvas that is pre-strung on a timber frame and paper glue. These are inexpensive and available at a local art store. (A good size is 1m x 1.5m.)
Cut out the pictures neatly and stick them on your board.
Place the dream board beside your bed or in your office and look at it at least twice a day for about 5 minutes. Enjoy the images, enjoy your work and imagine yourself leading the life that is in your dream board.
You will notice in the following 12 months that you are starting to achieve some of the dreams you have stuck on your board.
I found this cute, insightful blog while surfing in imgfave.com. Love how simple yet thought-provoking the post-it notes are. I am posting some of my “to-do” post-its.
NOTES TO SELF:
I discovered Kurt when I was blogging in LJ before. I was heartbroken, struggling and ideally in love with the idea of love so his work drew me in – like a moth to a flame. I love his work, the idea they represent and the nostalgic feeling of love. When you see his work, a few lines, his signature drawings, will just make you go, “Awwwww.” I cannot show you his work as it is on Flash but I strongly encourage you to look through them and feel your heart go *pitter* *patter*.
Some links to check out as well:
Kurt Halsey LJ Community
Kurt Halsey on Flickr