Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Organize your analogue collection with TN 10th Anniversary tin can

Seeing my favorite analogue collection all lined up in a neat way feels incredibly soothing when my day feels chaotic and full.

I am in the process of simplifying my analogue tools at home but seeing Eunice's pictures of how I can use the TN 10th Anniversary tin container to organize washi tapes as well as rubber stamps made my heart jump. I love the splash of fun vintage colors which containers can add to space and it's just the right size to have 2 rows of favorite washi tapes or a collection of rubber stamps (or why not a mix of both?!).

The best part is to be able to carry these containers from one room to another without making a big mess... and keeping the tablespace organized and sane while working on the journal spared.

What analogue collection will you be keeping in this container??

photographs by Eunice (aka the Daily Roe)

Create your own Correspondence Kit!

In my dream world..., I have everything I need to write the next snail mail in one designated location so I don't have to run around the house... looking for postage stamps, wax seal, washi tapes, envelope, and other paper goodies to add special touches to the letter. 

Well, Eunice just made my dream come true. 

The idea here is to fill the tin with items you always need to mail a letter or postcard conveniently. TN 10th Anniversary tin can is the perfect size to fit correspondence artifacts! I love that when the tin can is closed with its lid, it's slim and can be stacked or put away in a bookshelf. 

Items may include:
- Envelopes
- Letter paper
- Postage Stamps
- Favorite mail stamp(s)
- Favorite wax seal(s) + sticks
- Address Labels/ Mail labels
- Make your own letter sets (Letter paper, envelope, postage stamp(s), address label) ready to go and keep them in an envelope or clear pouch so all you need to do is write the letter when the mood strikes you.  

Mail more love;)

photographs by Eunice (aka the Daily Roe)

Nurturing the zen garden

I appreciate that we can bring the beauty of nature even when space is really limited. I love what our friend Susan has done to create a miniature zen garden in her home with a little bit of white sand and a beautifully ornamental cement sphere.

Have it on your study desk, living room table... or on the side of the kitchen counter. Whenever you need a moment to get lost in the space, just roll the sphere to see the kind of patterns you can create... Have something to trigger the quiet moment to breathe. I think it's a great alternative to picking up our phone to see the newest and latest on our social media.

I also love the way light hits the contour of the sand depending on the time of the day. 

If you are interested, here is the source:

Thank you, Susan, for sharing your idea!!

photographs by Susan (aka the Other Kennedy Compound)

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Celebrating the season with TN Anniversary Tin Can!

Happy Easter weekend! 
I hope you are feeling the warmth of spring. Our friend Susan shared some fun ideas for TN Anniversary Tin container with the twist of this spring season. 

I love how versatile and cheerful these containers are. If you have an unused tin can sitting on your desk... (and you are wondering what you might use it for), definitely bring it out to your living and dining space and fill the container with seasonal goodies. I can totally imagine filling the nature finds from the walk as well as decorative seasonal props to celebrate the special occasions. 

If you are up for sharing these occasions, fill the can with goodies and ship it to your family and friends! The sturdy tin can is perfect for keeping what's inside safe during the delivery... and imagine how fun it would be to open the lid with surprise contents:)

Susan! Thank you, for sharing these colorful ideas. 


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