Substantial, well-polished glass bricks make his favorites crystal-clear. The modern cubes display favorite photos while providing substantial support for a row of books.
* set of two bookends
* each displays two 4" photos (back to back)
* may be etched with up to 30 characters on each bookend
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Posted by Pink Peony at 11:10 PM
Summer will linger all year round with this set of elegant sea-themed soaps. Gianna Rose Atelier works with expert fragrance houses to create the fresh, subtle scents that grace its luxury 100% vegetable-based, triple-milled soaps.
* this set of four small soaps includes a conch, seashell and two starfish
* it arrives tucked into a polished abalone shell soap dish with a letter-pressed paper gift box
Posted by Pink Peony at 11:06 PM
What’s better: to know or be known? Whether played with family, friends or during a candlelit dinner for two, each card asks a different thought-provoking question. This card set will provide inspiration for intimate date night, family night and dinner-party conversations alike.
* choose from Original or Family editions; see above for available styles
* includes questions such as "what was your favorite family vacation?", "what's the hardest thing you've ever done?" and "Which of you is the worst backseat driver
Posted by Pink Peony at 11:02 PM
Sunday, May 24, 2009
While watching my San Francisco movie marathon, I couldn't help notice a few bloopers. Looks like others on nitpicks.com noticed it also.lol
Submitted by Nitpicker : Anonymous
Movie : Bachelor, The - 1999
Nitpick Category : Editing
Nitpick Number : 11948
Approximate time of Nitpick : 10-15 minutes to the end
Summary : bouquet changes about 6 times
Detail : at the end, when the bride is standing on the fire escape her bouquet changes colors about 5 or 6 times....from pink roses to yellow roses
trouble with extras
by 16383 Tuesday, January 22, 2008 12:29 PM
I was one of the brides in that scene. They had to shoot that scene about 12 times because every woman there wanted to be the one who caught the bouquet so she would be in the movie so every time Rene Z. threw the bouquet, it would be ripped to shreds. In fact the women where it landed would even start beating each other up. They used up their reserve bouquets and had to take a break to go get new ones hence different colored roses. Notice at the end you don't see anyone catching the bouquet. Sometimes being an extra is like being in a war zone.
Posted by Pink Peony at 3:08 PM
Remembering Jackie: A Life in Pictures (Hardcover)
by Life Magazine (Author)
"Life" magazine's publication of the life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in pictures, accompanied by her own words, as well as accounts from those who knew her.
Posted by Pink Peony at 9:13 AM
How to Dress Like Isla Fisher
By eHow Fashion, Style & Personal Care Editor
Isla Fisher is an actress who has been in movies such as "Wedding Crashers" and "The Lookout." Her fashion is described as funky and fun. She combines old world glamor with modern trends. This guide can help you find ways to dress like her.
Select simple dresses when you want a casual look. Isla Fisher is often seen in dresses and skirts rather than pants. She looks nice, but is still comfortable.
Put together an outfit that mimics her casual style. An example would be the Self Tie Summer dress from Staxs with the Rosebud Lace Cap Sleeve jacket from Jacqui E. For accessories, wear Pulp Paris shoes from Hannah and Rhodim Plate Cross necklace from Dotti.
Get a dark print skirt and a white shirt. Wear these with a long black overcoat and brown shoes. She wore this outfit with a brown purse.
Copy her red carpet look. Isla Fisher wears low-cut fitted dresses that show off her curves. She pulls off a look that's both sexy and elegant.
Build an outfit based on one she's worn. This can be done with a Basic slip from Supre, Tiered Ghost skirt from Staxs and Sachi Delfine shoes from Overland Footwear. Wear the skirt high on your waist.
Go out in a dark-blue gown. Isla Fisher wore a dress that had a halter-style top and flowing bottom. This was accessorized with a silver clutch, diamond drop earrings and a pair of white-gold, diamond caviar bangles. A cheaper option is jewelry made with cubic zirconium.
Wear a purple dress with gold accents. She wore this to the "Wedding Crashers" premiere in New York with a gold bracelet and matching clutch.
Posted by Pink Peony at 8:50 AM
Saturday, May 23, 2009
As I get back into the swing of life back in the desert. I can't seem to help but miss the Bay Area. So I'm thinking a theme week-end is in order.
more to pick from....
Get some great Chinese take out the finish it all up with...
I left my heart in San Francisco Chocolate Panini
Yield: 5 servings (2 sandwiches per serving)
* 8 ounce(s) Semi-Sweet Chocolate Ghirardelli Baking Bar
* 1 18-inch Sour Dough baguette with flaky crust
* 3 tablespoon(s) unsalted butter, at room temperature
Slice the bread on the diagonal into slides 1/2 to 3/4-inch thick; there should be at least 20 slices of bread. Break the chocolate into 1/2 ounce squares. Butter one side of each slice of bread with 1/2 teaspoon of butter and make a sandwich, butter side out, using a piece and a half of chocolate per sandwich.
Heat a large pan over medium heat and, in batches, cook each sandwich until golden brown, pressing down with a spatula. Flip the sandwiches and cook the second side until golden brown, about 30 seconds. Keep warm in the oven.
The sandwiches can also be made in a panini machine following the manufacturer's instructions.
Posted by Pink Peony at 9:10 AM
Monday, May 11, 2009
Posted by Pink Peony at 7:04 AM
While Mandi Norwood’s Michelle Style has been getting a bit of buzz this week, it’s not the only new Mrs. O read in the style section.
Fashion Week Daily has released a special edition of their mini-mag to chronicle Mrs. O’s First 100 day of Style. The images and the information are familiar, but to experience them all at once, in their high resolution, glossy page glory, is quite a treat. We especially loved the tribute to Mrs. O’s favorite designers. The mini-mags are available on newsstands and in major bookstores. They can also be bought online here.
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Posted by Pink Peony at 6:50 AM