{loving rebecca rebouche art at anthropologie}

 

I first heard of New Orleans artist, Rebecca Rebouche, on the Anthropologie blog, “Two Artists, One City.”

Rebecca Rebouche’s metaphorical artwork is both beautiful and  figurative. Her artwork and method of creating resonates with me…The pithy prose as seen in the poetry all around, beckoning the imagination, the beauty of nature and the delight to the senses…

I love Anthropologie’s unconventional approach to retail — how artists are chosen to create beauty, and how those artists then encourage other artists to believe in themselves, and their vision, by seeing them making a living by making art.

The Anthropologie catalog is always a soulful voyage into the depths of an artist’s heart.Vintage pieces — because they have a story to tell. Unique layers to speak of each family member’s depth and meaning. Color and texture. Handmade with heart.

How she selects beauty and splendor to surround, enchant, and inspire her and her family and to create a luxurious sanctuary and haven in her home for her and her loved ones.

 

 

 

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{christmas bunting + diy no-sew bunting crafts}

When I was browsing Pinterest, I saw this gorgeous bunting from Anthropologie (which is unfortunately sold out) 😦 inspired me to create a DIY version myself.

There are lots of cute DIY bunting ideas on pinterest too. Although I’d like to do a muted bunting burlap with lots of natural wood and elements from nature. Something like this…from luxandlace.

Here are some DIY ideas I found:

{and be sure to check out this step-by-step tutorial at the sweetest occasion. super cute!}

{ no-sew bunting tutorial}