New in reader photos: an encouraging garden plaque, a tidy rock garden, and a link to an Alice in Wonderland-themed eatery

June 20 |

Come with me this Monday and tiptoe through the Offbeat Home Flickr Group to enjoy uploads from our readers.

My kitchen stuff.
Hand-painted food storage and a very important reminder from sk8bettyt.

Woohoo!
WHOOHOO! YES. Nikki snapped a rocking garden sign that I kind of want.
Take a Sock, Leave a Sock
The sock exchange at Todd's San Fran laundromat.
Sushi and Champagne Dinner for 10 at Bryce Hudson's studio
Classy dinner in Bryce Hudson's studio.
I love the 60's doorknob decor on many of the homes in my neighborhood.
'60s doorknob decor from one of the homes in Maegan's neighborhood.
heart
AW! SO SWEET! A rock garden by Celeste.
jacqueline playhouse side
I want to put on my snowsuit and jump into Carey Trudeau's playhouse!

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  1. The dotted picture in Bryce Hudson's studio reminds me of the colourblind tests you do at school when you're about 8.

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  2. All the rocks in the rock garden border, as well as the larger one in the center, are heart shaped! So sweet!

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  3. Hey! I just moved to Bernal Heights (from Minnesota) a couple of weeks ago and I saw that lost sock board while out on a walk. Awesome.

    Also, if my herbs actually grow, I am totally going to get a "WOOHOO!" sign.

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  4. I really love the art on the wall in de 'classy dinner'pic. Wonder where they got it…

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  5. I have a "Keep Calm and Eat A Cupcake" print as well but it has not been put up as of yet. I'm looking for the right frame to coordinate it with the "Cheese" one.

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    • i'm totally making a sock exchange for my laundry, i forever find socks and i'm like, "i know i saw the other one yesterday, where is it now?"

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    • I actually made one of sorts: I have some shelves above my laundry machines, and I turned a basket into what I call a Socks Lonely Hearts Club – for all those socks that seem to lose their partners in the wash. Each time I do the laundry and end up with odd socks, I check the Socks Lonely Hearts Club for a partner.

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