By tag: Stars

Style spreads

Sugar Plum Fairy...

A lovely collection for your little lady, perfect for the festive season...
1. Swan Dancer Feather Headband from Tutu Du Monde. 2. Star Lapel Pin from Titlee. 3. Cookie Pink Nail Polish from Nailmatic Kids. 4. Polly Rose Glitter Nail Polish from Nailmatic Kids. 5. Nina Ruffle Top in Dusty Rose from minouche. 6. Pom Hair Clip from Woodstock. 7. Prince Pom Hair Clip from Woodstock. 8. Luna Wand in Powder Pink from Numero 74. 9. Emma Ruffle Bloomers in Dusty Rose from minouche. 10. Caramel Cat Purse from Emile Et Da. 11. Pompom Socks from Louise Misha. 12. Pearl Pompom Bracelet from Louise Misha. 13. Hanoi Pearl Pompom Bracelet from Louise Misha. 14. Sunday Sandal from We Are All. 15. Fairy Wings from Numero 74.

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Homeware Spreads

Sleep Beneath the Stars

1. Chart you journey through the stars on this industrial rivet chalkboard from RH Baby & Child. 2. Socket lamp from Muuto. 3. Star stickers from Serendipity. 4. Constellation Wall Decal from Urban Outfitters. 5. Silver star music box from Cotton Baby. 6. 'Dream of the stars' print from The Blackbird Sings. 7. Keep track of your stargazing with this alarm clock from Areaware. 8. Magical Thinking Constellation Globe from Urban Outfitters. 9. Metal camp bed by Numero 74. 10. Biscuit star cushion from Nobody noz. 11. Bedding also from Numero 74. 12. Store your treasures in this wall pocket from Adonde. 13. Spend your evenings gazing at the stars with this great telescope from Telescopes.com. 14. Grey felt carpet from Muskhane. 15. Silver pouf from Serendipity.

Movies

Night Sky

This stunning video from Randy Halverson captures the night sky in all its beauty. Clusters of stars dust the horizon, while meteors and auroras glide in and out of vision. "What you see is real, but you can’t see it this way with the naked eye. It is the result of 20-30 second exposures edited together over many hours to produce the timelapse. This allows you to see the Milky Way, Aurora and other phenomena in a way you wouldn’t normally see them." For more incredible imagery visit Halverson's website.

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