Freaky Friday: Janelle Lile (+ Girl Crush!) Art Show, Mr. Rogers, American Idiot + More

Remember Girl Crush? That’s a day I’ll never forget. :)

Starting tonight at Art Up Phinneywood, the monthly Phinney Ridge/Greenwood art walk, the collages that we created that day will be on display at one of my favorite places, Assemble Gallery & Studio. If you’re in Seattle, come by and say hi!

P.S. Danielle will be hosting the Portland event tomorrow. It’s not too late to sign up!

Janelle Lile’s show Modified opens at Assemble tonight, and she’ll be attending the event. I can’t wait to see her work!

Elapse by Janelle Lile

Yesterday Drew showed me Garden of Your Mind, an inspirational Mr. Rogers mashup by PBS Digital Studios. It made me a little teary and I love it.

Tomorrow night is date night! We’re going to dinner at a TBD location, then to the Paramount to see American Idiot. It’s been awhile since we’ve been to a musical and I’m looking forward to it!

Finally, I want to leave you with some of my favorite recent posts by some of my very favorite people.

My friend Brittni shares What Rainbow Brite Can Teach You About Attracting Readers on Papernstitch.

Adriane at The A & B Stories launched a new series called 5 Questions, where she interviews some of her favorite bloggers. She kicked off the series with Jennifer from A Merry Mishap. Her blog is gorgeous!

My doppelgänger over at Donuts, Dresses and Dirt wrote about her favorite children’s books last week. Looks like I need to get some Leo Lionni books as soon as possible!

I’m so sad that I haven’t had a chance to participate in Chevrons & Éclairs Art to Inspiration project lately. Soon, I hope! Here’s her most recent entry.

There’s a new post on Raincoast Cottage’s Photographers Who Inspire series. This time Sandra tells us about Kaspar Tuxen. I love this series!

Speaking of Raincoast Cottage, Caroline from Salsa Pie was featured on the Where We Create series.

Leslie from Lights and Letters shares her Sassy Magazines with us. I’m SO jealous!

And last, but certainly not least, Jen from Classic Play gives us some advice on crafting with boys.

Have a great weekend! xoxo


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