Thursday, May 27, 2010

Pink&Green Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Well, as I've mentioned, it seems like everybody I know is expecting a baby. In fact, now that the week from he playgroup coup reallocation has taken place, three of the six ladies in my "new" (laid-back & much more fabulous) playgroup are pregnant.

(I'm not!)

So between the recent increase in baby showers & nursery discussions, in addition to my general interest in these subjects, I have come across even more adorable finds of this nature lately. & of course some of them are bound to be pink&green!

Baby Bib&Burpee in Riding the Waves Lilly Pulitzer Print at Pink Crocodile Designs

As the great kitchen project keeps getting put aside continues, I've been thinking recipe cards...

Palm Recipe Cards by Exquisite Papers

(both available at Fine Stationery)

(both available at Kent Creative Ink)

(Pretty Little Bare Feet, back in the day)

My old iPhone case was a seriously blinged-out choking hazard to the little girl that regularly drools on it.

(& a bit young-looking for an aspiring-to-be-posh mommy.)

Fortunately, I found this stylish upgrade.

& guess what? It fits my old, old first generation iPhone (of superior quality, in my opinion).

Sadly, the one I liked better was a hard case that I knew wouldn't fit my old-school iPhone.

Agenda Case for iPhone by Kate Spade New York at Apple Store

(But I quite like the one I bought! =))

I am pretty old-school when it comes to music...I started hating "what the kids are listening to" back when I was still a kid.

(With exceptions, of course, as with everything. Some of my favorite songs are very much relatively modern pop, though not necessarily mainstream...& I often run to dance, hip hop, & rap.)

Anyway, I've been on an R.E.M. revival lately. Mostly inspired by this:

(It's my favorite thing to pull up on our DVR for Pretty Little Bare Feet, just to lift the general mood of any day!)

But it's had me thinking about CDs. Remember CDs? Remember actually having the cases for your CDs? What a gorgeous display I could make out of some of the pink&green best of the old-school album cover art!

& then...

there's just...


Attack of the Hummingbirds by Sisavanh Phouthavong

Landscape II by Itzchak Tarkay

Dancers in Pink by Edgar Degas

Pink&Proper by Janice Trane Jones

Laurel by Alphonse Mucha