Sunday, February 14, 2010

Ten Things I Love Sunday: Valentine's Day Edition

Portraits of Tina Fey made entirely out of Nerds candy:

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Away We Go:

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Bachelor Girl's Parisian papercrafted Valentine's Day cupcakes:

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Colorful shapes made from overlapping buttons:

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This video:



And this one:



And this one:



Knitted Hearts:

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Stackable Cats:

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And The Vagina Monologues, which is probably in production somewhere in your area around this time of year in order to raise money to stop violence against women:

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6 comments:

Ells said...

I've never seen the 'gina monologues, but I do love that poster.

Unapologetically Mundane said...

The stackable cats can't be real, right?! I mean, I want them to be real so badly, but how could you possibly get them to all stay in their crates?

Bachelor Girl said...

The Stackable Cats look more or less real, except I have my doubts about the third cat from the bottom.

Thanks for the compliment on my cupcakes! My cupcake abilities are one of the few things that make me feel like a true domestic goddess.

Bachelor Girl said...

Oh, I also meant to say that I LOVE Away We Go too. The Guy and I watched it on one of our first dates. Whenever babies are mentioned, one of us inevitably looks at the other and says, "Mama, in this house, we carry our babies."

He's also fond of assuring me that he would still love me even if I were so fat he couldn't find my vagina.

Tracey said...

Ells: Me, too! Sadly, I've only actually seen The Vagina Monologues on video and not live, but I have read the book.

plumpdumpling: I'm pretending that they're real just to make myself happy. Perhaps they're inhumanely restrained in there, somehow?

Bachelor Girl: Yeah, I think the third cat from the bottom might be stuffed. And I hope those cupcakes were enjoyed. Looking at them makes me dream of crunching into those sugary sprinkles.

AND, I'm so glad you like that movie! Dan and I find it so sweet, even though we have no interest whatsoever in babies. The whole theme of finding a home just really hit me in the right place, you know?

Kim said...

I also loved Away We Go. I feel like it's normally the type of movie I might hate (I am very weird with movies) but it was firmly in the love category. It was just so sweet, and plausible in many aspects.

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