Thursday, February 4, 2010

Cozy Mornings and Winter Warmth

Oooph! Oh boy did I ever oversleep today! The bed was just so cozy and warm, and I was soooo very comfortable. And, of course, my cat was playing snugglebum. (What cat doesn't like to snuggle up to your bum once they figure out they're not allowed to sleep on your face?)

Anyway. I feel all sleepy warm and cuddly
today, so I thought today would be the perfect day to feature one of the cutest pair of slippers I've ever seen.

I found these little slippers on Craft Gawker, actually. And I have to agree with them that the picture is spectacular! They're hand felted for a little girl, made in dream pastel colors from 100% merino wool and decorated with felted pompoms. She really needs to make some more of these! She also has a felted scarf over there that I'd just love to have.

The shop in question, of course, is Daimblond's Boutique. It's filled with a variety of different pieces from felted items to jewelry and more! The owner, Elena, is a Moscow born university educated designer who is currently living in France. She loves to experiment with different materials and her shop has some truly unique pieces that show just that.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT DAIMBLOND'S SHOP OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

8 comments:

debi said...

You always find such cute things!

Nicomi "Nix" Turner said...

Those shoes are so cute!

Mary said...

very sweet indeed!

Dyche Designs said...

How cute are those . . .

SARAH said...

Those look so soft and warm! Looking at them makes me want to walk around in a robe all day armed with a good book and a mug of cocoa.

Sarah said...

Those look incredibly cozy!

Erica said...

Those shoes are adorable! I felted some shoes for my daughter before she was born, but I thought baby feet were a little smaller and they did not fit her!

storybeader said...

they are so cute! I especially like the pompoms!

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