Friday Color Wheel- 5 Things... Leaf Green


Happy Friday! I hope you had an amazing week full of wonder and inspiration. No? Well maybe this will help. We're kicking off the weekend with 5 finds all in leafy green hues. Each of these fun finds are from in and around the Carolinas. So here's to you (and our friend Friday):  

White and green cereal bowl with thumb handle - pottery cereal bowl - stoneware soup bowl - thumb grip bowl - bowl with handle - bowl set

This handmade bowl was crafted just south of RC&D in Fayetteville, NC. Kati of Kindred Made makes a variety of functional pottery. These cereal bowls are wheel thrown, glazed and kiln fired to order. Oh and did I mention they're microwave and dishwasher safe? Yes, please! You can visit her shop at (note: see promo code in the comments)



TOP SELLER Meadows & Stone  Moss Terrarium  - Moss , Living Home Decor , Plant, Gift  , Pebbles, River Rocks, Green, Wood, Glass Vase

Terrariums are big this year. This Meadows & Stone Moss Terrarium by the Zen Succulent made the list for the same reason it's their top seller... it's awesome. Margaret and Meagan of this Raleigh based shop make terrariums in all sorts of glass containers, including hanging ones. See the whole selection of succulents here



Small Open Circle Verdigris Earrings

I love a great pair of earrings. Especially the kind of earrings that will go with just about anything... like these open circle earrings by Melissa over at ssd jewelry. You can see her large selection of  earth tone accessories at



Pack of 5 Blank Designer Leaf Note Cards, Cotton Linen Paper, Cotton Linen Envelope, Pressed Plants, Green Leaf Note Card, Blank Note Card

These green leaf note cards are made with real pressed leaves and cotton linen paper. Each package features a single design by yours truly. {wink} You can head over to my shop, Raleigh Calligraphy & Design to see the various rose petal and leaf designs here


North Carolina Museum of Art outdoor sculpture. Photo taken from the Blue walking trail on the NCMA grounds.


One great thing about visiting the Raleigh area is all of the wide open 'green' spaces. Above is one of many outdoor sculptures featured at the NCMA and visible from the paved walking trails. In fact, I snapped this photo earlier this week on the way to our picnic. If you've never been, the NCMA is great for art, music and picnics {smile}.

What are some things that inspired you this week?