I loved the first Q10 experience, so I'm going back for more! This time the super star is Lindsey from Little Robot. She's an artist om Glasgow with this almost Victorian style. Her work is ethereal and delicate, and sometimes even a bit eerie. She also writes the Little robot blog.
1-What makes you happy?
I've got a surprise for you. And I'm so happy to be about to give it away. I'm starting to publish mini interviews (Q10) with creative, fabulous people. And it's my greatest pleasure to introduce the first of them, Elise from The Argyle Whale, who also blogs. She's absolutely awesome because she a) owns bunnies, b) has a gocco (envy levels soaring now) and a tremendous sense of humour. And she combines it all into little art pieces!
House incense holder:
Harvey Nichols is a really posh and expensive shopping centre in London (next to Harrod's). I have just found out what their ad for the Christmassy recession is:
I think it shows an unexpected and great sense of humor. Kudos to you, posh ones
Can't afford real wood this creditcrunched X-mas? Helps is at hand, dear. Here you can learn how to make you own wood-grain wrapping paper (I have not made it myself, but I've used wood effect paper to wrap gifts before, and they work a treat, try to mix with golden ribbons).
And since it fits in with the theme, you can always check Nutre's wooden postable jewellery again here too!