Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Camera Tossing!!!!

WOW!! Just when you thought you had seen it all- WHAMO!!!! How simple yet effective is this! Can you tell I'm amazed. There are a few sites out there that explain how to achieve this phsycadelic effect- Give it a go- But please remember.... DO NOT use your mates super flashy expensive camera. Use the old dusty ones, not the new shiny ones.
Remember those spirograph toys that were around in the 80's? They probably still are around. Here is a digital interactive one- Check it out.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Support NZ Made- Buy local...Be Sustainable and feel good...

Where to start with this post?? There is so much to share, so many inovative motivated kiwis taking action! Its so inspiring. I started this blog to share creative tips and ideas ... In a way this is one of the most inspiring kinds of creativity for me. And working on encorporating it into your life... we should all take note of the action others are taking.....

These guys are going Rubbish Free for a Year. I have learnt so much from this site, not just from what Matthew and Waveney have experience in there journey so far, but from the comments other visitors have left. Links to sites I would never have thought to search for... No Knead Bread- Im into that, and it works (great with stew)! Soap Nuts- Fantastic (wierd as they are), I wont spoil the surprises- Go visit yourself.

As we had a Wanaka theme on the previous post, I will add another fantastic company ... Chalky Digits ..... they also have a section on being Rubbish Free. If you are living in, are interested in living in or just visiting Wanaka, or just interested- make sure you visit Sustainable Wanaka and the famous Wanaka Wastebusters.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

True True.....

I lived in Wanaka for a few years- Loved it! but man was it COLD!!!!!!
Just the right place to launch these handmade, locally made, puffers into the world. Merle Schubert created this business from so little, and look now!!!! They are truely awesome, and soupah doooopah toasty. I live in mine. They're hand made, and designed in NZ.