limmsandneedles:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie  bambi

🌙

(Source: magick-from-the-moon)

Timestamp: 1413661524

limmsandneedles:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

bamhbi:

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie ☆ ☆ 

indie  bambi

🌙

(Source: magick-from-the-moon)

fuckyeahpaganism:

The MN State gem: Beautiful Lake Superior Agates - found on both north (MN) and south (WI) shores of Lake Superior. (x)

(via limmsandneedles)

Timestamp: 1413661464

fuckyeahpaganism:

The MN State gem: Beautiful Lake Superior Agates - found on both north (MN) and south (WI) shores of Lake Superior. (x)

(via limmsandneedles)

limmsandneedles:

earthlynation:

Pine Marten (by hairyduck)

😍

limmsandneedles:

cigrains:

earthmoonlotus:

clubfukc:

dizzy-lizard:

this lady danced for all eternity

literally, mother nature.

I don’t care if I’ve already reblogged this.

nature is rad as fuck

🌻

(Source: tattooedtaint, via limmsandneedles)

Timestamp: 1413661397

limmsandneedles:

cigrains:

earthmoonlotus:

clubfukc:

dizzy-lizard:

this lady danced for all eternity

literally, mother nature.

I don’t care if I’ve already reblogged this.

nature is rad as fuck

🌻

(Source: tattooedtaint, via limmsandneedles)

mossofthewoods:

I just added a literal bucket-load of new pendants to my Etsy.

We got mushroom pendants, flower pendants, dead moth pendants, even wasp nest pendants.

Real talk guys: I’ve been losing sleep each night, my head spinning with all of my ideas and all of the new resin jewelry I want to make. Little post earrings with lichen or slime mold or seeds, long earrings, slender dangling earrings with long roots or whole preserved flowers, bigger pendants for containing things like ferns, larger insects, pine leaves… the list goes on.

Unfortunately, I don’t have nearly the funds to buy the molds I would require for those things, nor the resin I would need to make them.

So, know that all the money from any sales for the next few months will be going right to saving up to buy those things, so I can do more with this hobby that I’ve gotten so passionate about.

Timestamp: 1413661192

mossofthewoods:

I just added a literal bucket-load of new pendants to my Etsy.

We got mushroom pendants, flower pendants, dead moth pendants, even wasp nest pendants.

Real talk guys: I’ve been losing sleep each night, my head spinning with all of my ideas and all of the new resin jewelry I want to make. Little post earrings with lichen or slime mold or seeds, long earrings, slender dangling earrings with long roots or whole preserved flowers, bigger pendants for containing things like ferns, larger insects, pine leaves… the list goes on.

Unfortunately, I don’t have nearly the funds to buy the molds I would require for those things, nor the resin I would need to make them.

So, know that all the money from any sales for the next few months will be going right to saving up to buy those things, so I can do more with this hobby that I’ve gotten so passionate about.

squidlicks:

My “Midnight” terrarium ring series.

Hand-cast eco resin with reindeer moss and floating silver leaf inclusions.

Available here: squidlicks.com

Timestamp: 1413661183

squidlicks:

My “Midnight” terrarium ring series.

Hand-cast eco resin with reindeer moss and floating silver leaf inclusions.

Available here: squidlicks.com

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Why Beauty Matters

This is seriously an amazing documentary, and very interesting, especially about modern art & its influence on architecture. Wonderful.

tragedyseries:

Have you ever wanted tour own stag beetle but had no wish to remove it from its environs? Do you have a spare pickle jar and a wish to make a craft object from paper and glue? Then this activity kit has been tailored for you!

you will need scissors, adhesive paste/glue, a bit of masking tape and a printing mechanism. You will also need a standard sized pickle jar or the equivalent.

Cut out the two parts of the beetle:

-fold the left portion of the ‘elytra’ (bottom body) over the other.

-place some glue on the upper section and adhere the two so that the small ‘sensory organs’ peek out from under the head.

-the stem of section B (c1) gets adhered to the small base (c2) (picture 1).

-place a small piece of tape on the bottom of C2 and adhere it to the inside of the jar lid (picture 1)

The collar for the ‘bell jar’ is section E

-it might require some extension depending on the dimensions of the jar but I recommend printing the pattern at maximum size to minimize that.

-glue the tabs to the lower bottom base seen in (picture 2)

-place the jar lid inside the collar and base (picture 3)

-place the jar over the top and screw down into the lid! 

-You now have a museum exhibit quality stag beetle display!

(via roachasaurus)

Timestamp: 1413659843

tragedyseries:

Have you ever wanted tour own stag beetle but had no wish to remove it from its environs? Do you have a spare pickle jar and a wish to make a craft object from paper and glue? Then this activity kit has been tailored for you!

you will need scissors, adhesive paste/glue, a bit of masking tape and a printing mechanism. You will also need a standard sized pickle jar or the equivalent.

Cut out the two parts of the beetle:

-fold the left portion of the ‘elytra’ (bottom body) over the other.

-place some glue on the upper section and adhere the two so that the small ‘sensory organs’ peek out from under the head.

-the stem of section B (c1) gets adhered to the small base (c2) (picture 1).

-place a small piece of tape on the bottom of C2 and adhere it to the inside of the jar lid (picture 1)

The collar for the ‘bell jar’ is section E

-it might require some extension depending on the dimensions of the jar but I recommend printing the pattern at maximum size to minimize that.

-glue the tabs to the lower bottom base seen in (picture 2)

-place the jar lid inside the collar and base (picture 3)

-place the jar over the top and screw down into the lid! 

-You now have a museum exhibit quality stag beetle display!

(via roachasaurus)