The Life Of Susie

This is my blog about things I think are interesting. I like books, feminism, home decor, libraries (as I want to be a librarian), movies, TV and fluffy cute animals. I mix my own thoughts in with what I reblog. I hope you enjoy. If you follow me I will be happy to follow back. I also welcome any questions and comments.

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ladycrappo:

White roses on a pastel gradient rainbow. This makes me feel super girly.

(via lordsandladiesofthesilverscreen)

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girlwithalessonplan:

coloursinaflower:

torbooks:

"Reading pillow. Take a picture of a shelf full of books then upload to Spoonflower.com to make fabric."

I love this.

cute!

girlwithalessonplan:

coloursinaflower:

torbooks:

"Reading pillow. Take a picture of a shelf full of books then upload to Spoonflower.com to make fabric."

I love this.

cute!

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teachingliteracy:

raxenne:

Happy birthday, Harry Potter!

To celebrate Harry Potter’s 34th birthday, I made my own book covers for the whole series. I was inspired by the vintage Penguin Scores collection Jan Tschichold designed. I created patterns using a significant object from each book. I used those in the movies as reference and digitally painted all seven. You can view the whole project here! :)

(It’s already July 31 here in the Philippines. Haha.)

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library-lessons:

-via The Reading Room

library-lessons:

-via The Reading Room

(via teachingliteracy)

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dailybunny:

Bunny Is Burrito-ed
Thanks, Anna and bunny Dot!

dailybunny:

Bunny Is Burrito-ed

Thanks, Anna and bunny Dot!

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asylum-art:

 Hilla Shamia: Wood And Metal Unite In Striking Furniture

Hilla Shamia, an ingenious Israeli artist and designer, creates beautiful one-of-a-kind wood and aluminum desks and stools using a unique method that marries cold aluminum and beautiful pieces of wood.

To create these unprecedented pieces, Shamia poured molten aluminum onto logs of raw cypress and eucalyptus that have been cut lengthwise. The burning of the molten aluminum on the surface of the raw wooden log creates a beautiful black layer of carbon that creates a boundary between the cold silvery color of the aluminum and the wood’s beautiful natural colors and forms. Because the aluminum is molten, it runs into every crack and crevice of the wood, creating a strong bond and a striking appearance.

(via craftykinkster)

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bibliolectors:

Reading gets the brain in shape/ La lectura pone en forma el cerebro (ilustración de Eric Comstock)

bibliolectors:

Reading gets the brain in shape/ La lectura pone en forma el cerebro (ilustración de Eric Comstock)

(via teachingliteracy)

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