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Easy Living (Mitchell Liesen, USA, 1937)

A screwball not quite up to the heights of the very greatest but with moments as fine as in any. Edward Arnold plays J.B. Ball, the ‘Bull of Wall Street, a stockbroker so shocked by his wife’s spendthrift habits that he throws her latest sable out of their penthouse and onto the street, where it lands on Mary Smith (Jean Arthur) and changes her life. 716 more words

Flip flop vending machines and coin-operated barbecues: discovering Aussie eccentricities (Pt. 1)

I have lived in Australia for just over six weeks and recently received a request for a post about the cultural differences I have noticed between home and Oz. 920 more words


CIJ Etsy Craft Party - In Just About 2 Weeks!

Contributor post by Megha of bytheartbug

Come and join Team CIJ for Etsy’s Annual Craft Party event, a global celebration of meeting and making. This year’s party is even more special as 2015 marks Etsy’s tenth anniversary. 209 more words


International Day For Families - May 15th

Contributor Post by Dawn from DeeDeeDeesigns

International Day for Families is May 15th and I asked team members what family means to them and what item from their Etsy shop reflected this sentiment. 732 more words


Summer Photo Palettes: Alhambra - Flower Tunnel

adobe color theme name: Rose Tunnel

Find all of the color themes from my photo palettes in Adobe Color:

adobe color user ID: 5092340

Summer is fast approaching and with it another journey so whilst impatiently awaiting the day of departure, here’s a color-centric look back on last summer’s travels, one photo at a time.


One foot in front of the other. 

last week I learned how important time management is because I ended up missing one of my runs. Not the end of the world but it made me rethink my schedule and how I can optimize my training.    121 more words

Christmas In July

Welcome New Members - April

Contributor Post by Dawn from DeeDeeDeesigns

Welcome to the members of the team for April – and here is a brief introduction to them and their shops. 267 more words