Away Up North

Student of Laurentian, future citizen of the world
My collection of things that inspire me
macedonianmess:

in love.

"Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them."

treasuresandtravels:

Treasures & Travels Studio
wearegoing:

breathe. 
lenthae:

➳
cabinporn:

Surf shelter on Vancouver Island, Canada.
Contributed by Tristan Thomas.
myidealhome:

personal library in the bedroom (via hemnet)

"I want to be around people that do things. I don’t want to be around people anymore that judge or talk about what people do. I want to be around people that dream and support and do things."

Amy Poehler

Exactly

(via movingalongnow)

iamnahald:

Edit: you can find a much more detailed tutorial and all the answers to your questions (hopefully :)) here!
No, you’re not mistaken - I have indeed made a Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks clock!   I was inspired by this wristwatch, but that was a bit too expensive for me to buy and too difficult for me to make myself.
So instead I made this on a 20x20 cm canvas, onto which I decoupaged the clock’s face (the numbers and John Cleese’s upper body :P). For the clock’s hands I cut out suitable legs from this image and did a bit of photoshopping to improve the image quality. I then used a harder kind of plastic folder, onto which I decoupaged and afterwards cut out the legs. These I glued onto regular clock hands which I had bought (and later cut off so only the attachment at the top remained for adding the legs to the clockwork). I made a hole in the middle of the canvas, put in a clockwork, attached the hands — aaand done! 
Things I bought: Canvas Clockwork and hands Decoupage glue and brush (and any other stuff needed for decoupage)
Things I printed: Clock face with numbers and upper body Legs for clock hands
Other things I ended up needing: Plastic folder Black marker (for hiding white edges) Awl Razor blade Wire cutters Small brush for touch-ups