*Project by Carlee @ Lady Bird Lane for the season 9 Knock Off challenge*
*Project by Celeste @ Celestial’s Creations for the season 9 Knock Off challenge*
I was struck by the simplicity of these Anthropologie dishes.
I love a bowl that still looks good when there’s nothing in it. I also like paying about $4 instead of around $50.
For the words on my knock-off bowl, I used William Carlos Williams’ poem “This is Just to Say.” It had more words and filled more of the bowl than I thought it would, but I still like it. It’s a poem about plums, which seemed fitting for a fruit bowl, but it also reminds me to make more sincere apologies for even minor offenses.
I also ended up liking my “test plate.” Winnie the Pooh is one wise little bear.
“When having a smackerel of something with a friend, don’t eat so much that you get stuck in the doorway trying to get out.” Can’t beat that logic.
*Project by Margo @ Art Surrounds Us for the season 9 Knock Off challenge*
For this weeks challenge I went on search for the perfect thing to dive into knocking off. The second I found this I knew I had to do it and just how I wanted to do it for my kitchen.
One thing that I needed was a spoon holder for cooking our harvest, so this was the outcome. I chose to make the spoon rest in the shape of a leaf since it is all autumnal like. You can now cook your heart out and have a place to rest the spoon you are using! Or, it would be a wonderful hostess gift.
Bobbie over at I am Only One Woman sent me this tutorial on how to make baby food from squash. What’s more harvesty than squash? Thanks Bobbie!