I've always had a 'thing' for Egypt. Not that I've ever been there. But it was the only time I paid attention in History class. The only topic that would keep me from falling asleep during those classes. I'm not sure why though. It's not like there's Egyptian blood in my family, or that I knew people that had been there. It simply fascinated me, the stories about pyramids, Cleopatra, Sun Gods and what not. I was hooked, still am (a little bit). Whenever there is something on tv about ancient Egypt I stay tuned, watch with fascination and dream about forgotten worlds. I've never been to Egypt and I probably never will. It's not that kind of fascination, it's the stories and history that are amazing, my fantasies that make it unbelievably awesome. It can only go downhill if I actually go there right?
This is my second attempt at a more Home Decor Polyvore set. I'm liking this a lot better! I'm not sold on the white 'post-it' but I think it's lot more lively then the other interior set I did. I love the little butterflies and flowers here and there. And I'm very please about some of the overlaying greens. I still have a way to go, but I'm liking where it's taking me! Now if Only I could figure something out how to add some shadows underneath the couch and stuff...
I've been drawing this damask pattern. Been wanting to do my own damask for a while now, but it's more difficult then it seems! I'm really happy with how this one turned out though. And I thought it deserved it's own Polyvore set. I'm sure you'll be seeing more of this pattern here on this blog as I'm in love with it :D and it's quite versatile. I've used it on a 3d mandelbulb fractal here. I love how the colors work with the pattern. I'm quite sure I'll be making more of these and not just plain color on plain color. Not that that's not nice, but I think this is just a little more intersting. But that might be me :)