Flickr Favs of Satudays

May 23, 2009

Here were some of my favs this week on Grosgrain Flickr. Today is Saturday. I realized I usually post my flickr favs on Saturday so I've decided to call these posts Flickr Favs of Satudays. Please don't hold me to this as I am very apt to change my mind:)

I hope to have lots of good giveaways next week. PLUS, one very exciting guest giveaway that I'm sure a lot of you will be excited about! I definitely am! Please check back to enter.

Isn't this little yellow polka dotted shirt ADORABLE! The tiny embroidered moon and owl really is the icing on the cake! Also, love the Peter Pan collar.

This Saturday, aside from checking out Flickr, Brian and I have decided to dedicate our whole day to cleaning. The house has really started to look as though a hurricane has blown through. That storm being called Molly. She gets so much satisfaction out of opening droors and pulling out their contents then of course, leaving them on the floor. This applies to toyboxes as well....and hampers....and pantries.
opera house

I have my own Mt. Everest to tackle, otherwise known as my clean laundry pile. Do any of you do this? Clean a bag full of laundry and then leave it sitting on your bedroom floor for days. I will admit I'm notorious for it!

Once in a MOPS meeting we were asked, if we could have one chore taken care of by outside help what would it be. My choice was by far, laundry. Laundry....hands down.

Speaking of weekend activities, I WANT TO GO TO THE BEACH! I can't think of much else. I dream of buying an RV and spending every other weekend at some fantastic location. I imagine driving down to Key West or Yellowstone.

I've been foolishly pricing RVs on ebay recently. And have convinced myself that it isn't such a pie-in-the-sky idea. Maybe someday "down the road". I find myself filling my downtime (waiting in traffic, washing dishes) thinking about how I would rearrange my RV to make it more cozy. I've got it bad.

Love the fabric on this skirt to the left. In the warm months of the year, the combination of white, green and red reminds me of strawberries and summer. As long as the white is the predominant color it gives a sunny not Christmas feel.

The fit of the skirt is also so flattering and feminine.

Photo credits from top to bottom: An Art Nest, Hexchenmarie, Limor477. To be taken to their photostreams just click on the photo.

7 {comments}:

Trudy Callan said... Best Blogger Tips

I love the little skirt and shirt combo on the little girl.

Eyeglasses & Endzones said... Best Blogger Tips

Those are both cute! I love the adult skirt!!! ;)

Susannah said... Best Blogger Tips

wow...little B on Grosgrain...does it get better than this???

Susannah @ Art Nest

Claire said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the grownup skirt and whole look really.

Betty Lou said... Best Blogger Tips

I have the chairs from IKEA with the same pattern as the skirt. Love them!

Kate said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this fabric too! In fact I made a retro inspired dress out of it last summer (You can check out pictures and my pattern review here). I used Ikea curtains, and I must admit that while they are too cute, the material is too heavy for a good summer dress. It leaves me overly warm. The skirt is beautiful and a more appropriate use of the heavy weighted fabric. Wonderful photo, thanks for sharing!

MandS said... Best Blogger Tips

I think that fabric came from IKEA

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