This week's weekly obsessions is kind of a random assortment of things from jokes, to home decor, to nerdy things I can't resist. I thought it was about time to go back to my roots with these posts and just post anything and everything that inspires me this week.
1. Paper ceiling cave
I'm secretly plotting how I can do this in our dining room, I think I'm going to need a really big paper cutter. Not really, that would be silly...or would it?
2. Cleaning makeup brushes and organization
Oh spring cleaning, how I have a love hate relationship with you. I've been working my tail end off getting the rest of the house in tip top shape, but I've neglected my makeup brushes and makeup organization. Jaclyn from Stay in the Lines had a really great post about cleaning your makeup supplies and organizing them in an easy to use way, check it out
3. Oh jokes for people who don't want kids (aka me)
So this may actually be a joke for moms, but I take it as a warning against birthing aliens, I mean monsters, I mean kids. Dangit.
4. And speaking of being a dork...
I about peed my pants when I saw this, and then immediately wanted to copy their style; on every bulletin board in town. Yes I like Star Wars, and I may or may not have had a crush on Chewbacca as a little girl. He was just so gentlemanly.
5. Hang in There a silly scrapbook
Miss Tavi Gevinson is an icon and only a teenager. I love her willingness to be so silly and over the top, but completely serious about things she cares deeply for, like fashion. I am no high fashion diva but she makes me want to take an interest, you should definitely check out her blog Style Rookie if you haven't already. I loved the little scrap book she made from a 1970s motivational book, Hang in There, the cheesy images are priceless.
6. Paint by numbers table top
I'm always super inspired by the interiors presented on Design Sponge's sneak peek series. I also also always leave the posts thinking my apartment totally sucks...but that's a story for another time. This past week they shared this post and I was totally inspired by this table top. I think I could definitely recreate a paint by numbers tabletop for our house. What do you think, should I add this to my project list?