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Little Mud Room Area with Silhouettes

Posted by Elle Y on

This little mud room area might honestly be my favorite part of the whole house because I can stand here in the kitchen and see zero percent of all the junk my kids have stuffed into their cubbies to the left. I am tricked into thinking my house is super clean and organized every time and I love it. via thisperfectmess by Anna

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Old Silhouettes are New Again

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What Once Was Forgotten Shall ReturnIf you have a liking for vintage antiques or collectibles, then surely you've seen an old Silhouette. Originally dating back to the  1700's , this is where artists generally cut a shape out of paper and these were quite fashionable. Often framed against a solid background, it left imagination up to the beholder as to what was originally being depicted. Such art has made history such as Goethe's famous Silhouette facing a grave monument cut out of paper circa 1780.  According to Wikipedia, this was a common practice of artists yet somehow, over time this became a lost trait, until Etsy shop Silhouettes...

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“Simple and Timelessly Classy.”

Posted by Elle Y on

Using a computer, a printer, professional scissors, and a craft knife, Elle employs this centuries-old craft to make modern works of art, portraits that she describes as “simple and timelessly classy.”   Published on Sep 5, 2014 by Lisa Butterworth via Etsy

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