A Mega Man bedroom, plus cats and cameras make a C-themed shelf

May 2 2011 |

On Mondays, we like to ease into the week with photos from the Offbeat Home Flickr group. Some of them are decor porn and others are just interesting things y'all are up to at home. I hope it makes your Monday a little nicer!

John stenciled this bedroom after the Bubble Man stage in Mega Man II.

Mmm, yes. It is time to start another batch of sprouts. Thanks, Allison!
summer house studio
I'm feeling total envy for found and sewn's summer house studio.
This Tabletop is Child's Play
This is a fantastic idea from sonji: set the kids loose on a sheet of paper. Let the paint dry, and layer the paper on a table under a sheet of 1/4 inch thick glass.
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Ernesto showcases his collection of LEGO minifigs using magnet LEGO blocks. Sort of ominous, totally awesome.
Behold: The Minister's Treehouse
The Minister's Treehouse floated across my path a few times last week. It's got 10 floors and uses 6 trees as braces.

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  1. That treehouse looks unstable yet AWESOME.

    I really love how you've started including the Clicky Links with Monday Montages, especially the links to the other Offbeat Empire sites. Not having kids, I rarely look at OBMama, but every now and then there's an article on there I find interesting, like the party hats!

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  2. Some of the kindergartners in the class I subbed in today were HELLLLLLLA impressed with the treehouse! Thanks for posting it!

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