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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Window Shopping by Peter Weatherill
If you live or are visiting ___________
then don't miss __________

If you are visiting Northfield, Minnesota don't miss Digs. Check out site here
in Raleigh, North Carolina don't miss Ornamentea. Check out site here
and you can order on line my favorite string in brown and white!!



If you are in New York don't miss Tinsel Trading. Check out site here.
you can order these great buckles to make your own ribbon belts.If you are in Atlanta, Georgia don't miss Nicholas Kniel
you can get this great ribbon to announce your perfect gift.
and in gardening news, Endless Summer just released a
White Hydrangea, Blushing Bride, in white this March.
If you are going to plant a hydrangea buy the Endless Summer collection, they bloom over and over and are worth the extra money. They dry beautiful too!





16 comments:

lelly said...

thank you for taking the time to note all of these wonderful places (and their wonderful websites, too!)

i was just thinking about your favorite pink and white string this morning, and wondering where i would find some in my little town!!

Chanel said...

Oh wow. Very cool places and web sites. Thanks for sharing.

I have never heard about the endless summer collection, but I LOVE hydrangeas in any color and the more they bloom the better.

Jill said...

You are the ultimate resource. I love that string and need to check into getting some of that. Thanks!

Julia said...

I can't believe you posted about Tinsel Trading! I go there all the time but didn't realize it was Famous! It is actually in a part of the garment district that has tons of stores specializing in embellishments. It is crazy to see store after store packed from floor to ceiling with stuff.

Thanks for all the tips-- You are all things cool. I love hydrangeas, and will definitely check those out.

A. Buchanan said...

If your in Moab then goto Wabi Sabi:

http://www.wabisabimoab.org/

They have the coolest authentic Moab t-shirts ever! I got a tent there for $40, which was donated from the local river guides. Super awesome place to drop in for some sweet goods in the thrift category.

carlo said...

good to know. love the hydrangea comment.

Liz said...

Ooooo thanks for the great info! I am definitely checking out the tinsel place in NYC, next time I head down.

Ryann said...

Kristi-- I came upon your blog and have really enjoyed it. I was raised in the South, transplanted to NY and have ended up in Utah. You are an inspiration to me and a great example of finding the joy in life, marriage and mothering. Thank you!

Lacie said...

I heard about your blog from a very dear friend. We love pink too!!! She also introduced me to "good mail"! I love the idea!!

Anna said...

Digs is only 45 minutes from my house...I'll have to venture out there sometime! :) Thanks for the tip.

StacyD said...

I've been in Raleigh for 5 years and had NO IDEA! Can't wait to check it out :) As always, thanks for the tips.

Tasha said...

I can always count on you for the greatest finds! I love that you pass them along!

Ben and Laura said...

Love this post! Can't wait to go visit Tinsel Trading! My favorite shop down there is M&J Trimmings. Ribbons from floor to ceiling...what could be better?!
Thanks for sharing!

Jenny said...

I always enjoy good web hookups. I am dying over that ribbon.

Amanda :-) said...

The interiors of those shops are gorgeous! And the ribbon picture, I could EAT!

I always appreciate pointers to good plants, and hydrangeas are fabby. We dry ours out and string them together into a garland, lightly spray with gold metallic paint (just a dusting!) and hang it up in the house for Christmas. It's a lovely-looking decoration, and all home-grown!

michelle said...

Ah... now I want to go to all of those places!