Wait, guys. Did you know Valentine's Day happens every year? It's true! It happened last year, and the year before that, and it'll happen again next year! And since we've been writing about cool (read: not cheesy, lame, and sappy) Valentine's Day projects for about five years now, I thought I'd dig up some old posts from the archives for your perusal. Check 'em out:
We're kicking off 2012 with workspace month – dedicated to helping you improve the spaces where you work and get creative. Whether that space is a home office or a soul-sucking cubicle (or, improbably, an amazingly great cubicle), we've got some good ideas for you. Check 'em out:
Need a little inspiration to bring your office space into the modern era? You're not still using that cardboard desk calendar your realtor sends every year, are you? Well, Capree's the lass to get your time-travel started.
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED
This week we've paired up with the folks at Moen to give away one of their new Twist Showerheads. The Twist is an innovative little gadget, a handheld shower that lets you switch between four spray settings easily, with the flick of your thumb. We got one to try out in our shower, and loved in (especially for bathing the little one).
Read on to find out how to enter the giveaway, and to hear what I thought about the review unit we tested out.
This January (like last year) we're talking about the creative spaces where we get work (and art, and doodles, and crafts, etc.) done. Yesterday I stopped by a letterpress printer's shop (getting some cards printed up for my upcoming trip to Alt Summit), and I was really struck by one thing. The guy's desk chair looked like it hadn't been used in about 27 years. His whole job happens standing up, moving around.
And then there's me. And my laptop. The majority of my work happens in the space between my fingertips and the keyboard, which means the rest of my body is out of the loop. But it turns out sitting your skeleton down in a chair all day is pretty much suicidal.
Fortunately, our friend (and editor) Chris Gardner came up with a quick way to fashion a standing desk out of
It's that part of year when next year's color trend predictions are coming out, and it's a good time to start thinking about bringing more color into your home. In our case, Alicia usually tries to repaint the living room at least once or twice a year, just for good measure, and to drive me completely crazy.
This week, we've teamed up with Glidden to bring you their My Life, My Colors, quiz (below), a quick set of questions that'll help you...
We've made a real effort this year to ramp up our original content and roundups for the holiday season. Believe it or not, we actually started planning this stuff out in August! As a result, I think we have a collection of gift guides, roundups, and original content that is really superb (I admit, even I was shocked by how many posts it turned out to be).
In case you've missed any of it, or just want an easy way to see it all laid out, I'm going to list it all below! Come along!
This month, we're giving away a free series of useful PDF tutorials that are perfect for the holiday season. We're calling it "Curbly Essentials", and today's download is a set of nine printable, cut-out-able paper snowflake templates. These sweet-looking things are modeled after photomicrogaphy of real snowflakes (if you have a minute, look at some of these images, they're amazing).
Read on to see how to get today's download: Curbly...
This month, we're giving away a free series of useful PDF tutorials that are perfect for the holiday season. We're calling it "Curbly Essentials", and today's download is a great paper snowflake template and tutorial. You'll be able to make beautiful garlands like the one below in no time at all!
Read on to see how to get today's download: Curbly Essentials: Paper Snowflake Garland
There are two ways to access today's download:
This month, we're giving away a free series of useful PDF tutorials that are perfect for the holiday season. We're calling it "Curbly Essentials", and today's download is 5 pages of unique printable vintage graphical elements (ok, fine, call it 'clip art' if you must).
Can't picture what I'm talking about? Here's a preview (the download contains the full-size images):
Read on to see how to get today's download: Curbly Essentials: Vintage Holiday Ephemera
This month, we're giving away a free series of useful PDF tutorials that are perfect for the holiday season. We're calling it "Curbly Essentials", and today's download is a quick, easy DIY project that can add a lot of cheer to your home in no time at all: a paper garland!
Read on to see how to get today's download: Curbly Essentials: Holiday Paper Garland