Have you heard of Uppercase Magazine? Dubbed as "a magazine for the creative and the curious", I have been purchasing individual issues locally at Assemble and I am hooked. What a treat each issue it. I finally ordered myself a subscription. I can't say enough good things about this magazine. The quality of the paper in your hand, the photographs, the stories and inspiration on each and every page. Janine, the editor and creator, is the tour de force behind the magazine, and the core contributors are some of my favorite creative folks on the web. Its worth every penny to someone like myself, who loves to see the inner workings of all kinds of creative minds. Every issue becomes a permanent resource for me.
I have had an Uppercase postcard (the one featuring several of their magazine covers in 1 1/2" x 2" size) sitting on my desk since I went to Tif's book signing, and because I love the Uppercase covers so much, I a couple for the walls of my dollhouse (which still needs finished walls, but its not as fun to do that part). These were originally gold Mayberry Street dollhouse frames. I pulled off the picture, gave them a quick coat of primer gray paint, and hot glued in the Uppercase cover images.15 minute project! (Love those!)
They look so nice with the new dollhouse-sized pouffe I got from PRD Miniatures.