My OBT

What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

The Magic of Childhood

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Natsula Designs

Natsula Designs

 

Thanks to a post on Leapup Blog, I recently discovered the remarkable paper collages of Natsula Designs. While designer Natasha Sorelli’s delicate pieces would obviously be a terrific addition to a child’s room or nursery, I would be proud to hang them in any room in the house! Her use of color, her skillful combining of elements of nature and fantasy, and her sense of innocence all work together to make truly joyful works of art.  They feel to me like a child’s view of the world, and that’s a feeling we could all do with a little more of.

If you’d like to know more about Natsula Designs, check out Leapup Blog’s interview. And I really recommend you check out Natsula Designs’ Etsy store.

All images are the property of Natsula Designs.

 

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

28 thoughts on “The Magic of Childhood

  1. i think am going to start using your mantra of looking for One Beautiful Thing in life everyday. Life is Short.

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  2. These are gorgeous. I think the one of the piano with the birds is particularly charming.

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  3. Lovely. I particularly like the ones with faeries. I am planting Hawthorns on my farm so they have a place to live.

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  4. I love these. I offer you this fine artist’s work as another look at paper cutting, equally whimsical, but quite different. I think you’ll find her work qualifies as OBT. By the way, she is, as a person, also OBT. https://www.etsy.com/listing/272247830/were-up-here-limited-edition-print?ref=shop_home_active_36

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  5. These are exquisite. I want one of each!

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  6. Especially the swallowtail birds and the swallowtail butterflies. When we owned a little ranchette (LOL!) we called it swallowridge because we were on a ridge and entertained the swallowtail butterflies and the barn swallows.

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  7. Why are my pics different with each comment?

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  8. Oh my goodness I’ve just read this blog post! Thank you soooo much for mentioning my Leapup blog and featuring Natasha’s beautiful work. I’m sure she will be thrilled to be included. xx

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  9. Reblogged this on Leapup Blog and commented:
    I’m so happy to see Natasha’s work from Natsula Designs recognised for the beautiful thing that it is in this weeks OBT blog. I’m also totally over the moon to have the Leapup blog mentioned. X

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  10. PS Donna you might like Little Wisteria’s gold leaf bowls… they are so cute… https://rosefiltered.co.uk/2016/06/10/introducing-little-wisteria/

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  11. I’m just so thrilled Donna! Thank you so so much for writing about me and my artworks. It was a really lovely surprise. I’m very grateful. X

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