Sunday, July 18, 2010

Ten Things I Love Sunday

This Oceanic Flight 815 Hoodie:

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Giant Skateboards:

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PB&J Best Friend Necklaces:

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Electrical Cord Rings:

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Knitted Meat:

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Meatsicles:

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Book Wheels:

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Play Kitchens Made from Old Entertainment Centers:

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Brightly Colored Hotel Rooms:

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Intricate Papercut Wedding Invitations:

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7 comments:

Bachelor Girl said...

You and Katie TOTALLY need the PB&J necklaces.

Jack said...

But who would be the PB and who would be the J?

Tracey said...

I think we'd probably fight to the death over PB, since it's pretty much Katie's favorite food ever, and I typically don't even put jelly on my peanut butter sandwiches.

Maybe we should opt for traditional best friend necklaces instead.

Julie said...

I actually saw a giant skateboard on a flatbed truck on a freeway recently and I wondered where it was going!

Tracey said...

Neat! The only thing cooler than that would be if someone was on the skateboard, hitching a ride on the truck "Back to the Future" style.

plumpdumpling said...

Seriously, we probably should have that necklace. I would even take the jelly, because I loooooooooove yooooooooooou.

Locke looks totally hot Photoshopped into that hoodie, right? I need a show with a plane crash on a more temperate island so everyone isn't sweating all of the time. His manboobs could've really benefitted from a hoodie.

So what's the meat pop? Just for fun or something else that just resembles meat? Or is that supposed to make it easier for grilling?

We could've totally done that wedding invite for you using our Cricut! Or . . . the other machine with the name I can't remember. I just went to the QuicKutz site to look and found this. Is that bird pooping colorfully? Now I'm thinking it's not QuicKutz who makes the machine, but I'm glad I found that bird, anyway.

I saw that one of my old Ohio church friends makes little stuffed things, and one of the things she made was a series of patterned birds, and she hung two small branches against the wall in her kid's nursery and had the birds sitting on them. It was SO PRETTY. I want to steal the idea, except that my bedroom is way too board gamey for something so pretty.

Tracey said...

The meat pop is actually an image from an advertisement found here:

http://adsoftheworld.com/media/print/charal_icecream

The machine we wanted is the Silhouette. It originally WAS made by QuicKutz, but they sold it off and now it's made by someone else. I think that's supposed to be plumage on that bird, but it tooootally looks like colorful poop, and I think you should let them know that.

I want to see a picture of the stuffed perching birds! Couldn't you have, like, one board game wall and one pretty-fied wall?

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