Friday, 29 October 2010

Friday Links + Happy Weekend

*A gorgeous autumn wedding moodboard
*Love this scary project & this lace tape project {which I'm going to try in some form.}
*And more, adore this autumn leaf project {and it doesn't look like a 3 year old's at all}
*Love the newest Cadbury's Fingers ad {and this behind the scenes video {look out for the tiny iron}, & especially the music}
*And following this post, thanks to Roseline for pointing me to this incredibly beautiful shoe storage - please say you agree.

Have a lovely weekend, and if you can suggest a Halloween party costume for me which involves practically no effort, it would be very much appreciated. I'm not enthusiastic about that, or the clocks going back. xo

Photo by Baby Picture This on Flickr, blog here.

10 comments:

lola said...

An easyish Halloween costume is to go as Princes Fiona - and take along Shrek too if you have a partner. Cover all your body in green facepaint, wear a red wig and tiara and make shrek ears with pipecleaners and half a tabletennis ball. Will leave a pic of me on my blog of my award winning costume tomorrow!

Lynne said...

Lola, Thanks for the suggestion, although sounds like a little more effort than I was hoping for - but will check out your costume! I'm hoping to just find something around my house...

Airelle Depreux said...

The easiest and very scary halloween costume, is done by wearing a noose around your neck. Maybe with some pale face make up if you can be bothered.

Allen of EOL said...

The serene photo lured me into your post. And, as I read through you links I also pondered what an easy Halloween costume might be. Unfortunately, all serenity and creative ideas stopped as I read the last few words, "turn back clocks". I had totally forgotten that the clocks go back this weekend. Hooray!

{this is glamorous} said...

absolutely adore the autumn leaf project & thanks so much for the link-love, lovely lynne!

actually do have a simple halloween costume party idea for you:
http://www.frolic-blog.com/frolic/2010/10/simplehalloweencostume.html

have a stunningly wonderful weekend,
xo

babypicturethis said...

The best costume I've heard of is someone who went as a Freudian Slip. Basically a slip dress, wth the wrod Freudian on it... Brilliant!

Thanks so much for using my photo too, an honour on such a gorgeous blog.

Anonymous said...

Hmmn... one I used in my younger days... (allright way back in the Girl Guides) was to pop a Boots the chemist carrier bag on as a top over a t shirt,jeans and wellington boots and carry a sturdy tree branch with childrens wellies put over the twiggy ends... "Branches of Boots". Ta dah!!! Gill.

Melissa Blake said...

Hope you had a fantastic weekend!

Star said...

I also love the Cadbury Fingers ad. It's very patriotic too!
Thank you for you message on my Blog.
Blessings, Star

Rose said...

love that photo- it's of one of my favourite views in all the world actually- for sentimental reasons