Tuesday, July 2, 2013

July Came Way Too Fast

Which is why I already published another post yesterday, before doing a June wrap-up post. But I actually managed to post pretty regularly in June, so let's do a highlight reel:

We covered how to tie a head scarf when your hair isnt even long enough to put into a ponytail...



Whipped up some DIY baker's twine in any color...

Began a barbecue-skewer obsession, starting with this easy geometric mural in the guest room...

Kept tweaking the horrible living room, once by adding new Kilim pillows, and once by hanging coffee bags on the wall...

Created some miniature botanical charts for the office...

Chopped off the rest of my hair....

Had a reader submit a very radical wedding...

Had a horrible fuck up in the entryway (followed by a solution, thankfully.)

Welcomed in the half-ass summer that Chicago has given us with a poppy nail tutorial....

Kept things poppy with some floral cake toppers...

...And some neon ones


So that was a good June! I almost passed as a real blogger. And since today is the real death date of Google Reader, make sure to follow Radical Possibility on Feedly or Bloglovin! And if you'd like to advertise with r/p this month, there are a few slots open! (Don't worry, they run thirty days in full from purchase date.)

xo,
z

3 comments:

  1. Seriously. Where the hell did June go? Regardless, thanks for sharing so many awesome things over the last month!

    -Becca
    Ladyface Blog

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  2. So many wonderful ideas from Radical Possibility this month (and always!)
    I would venture to say that the front entry way wasn't a huge fuck up--admittedly, I liked the roaches, err, lobsters. But, the end result is even better.

    -Katie
    Katiemariev.blogspot.com

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  3. I love your blog SO much! I found it a couple of days ago. So far I've done the knock-off anthropology glasses and the barbeque skewer cube things. I'm pretty sure they're my favorite things in my room now!

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