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J’adore #31

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The list of things I am admiring is getting a little long, so time for another edition of J’adore, my series where I share things from my web travels that I am adoring at the moment.

Spotted in San Diego magazine, which I grabbed from my hotel room on my last trip, I love the typography and simplicity of this poster from Orange and Park. The one I saw in the magazine was for the San Diego area, but once I started exploring their website, I see they have other cools ones for California in general as well as the San Francisco Bay Area.

Orange And Park San Diego Poster

More travel related coolness, I love the the clever use of recycled maps turned into rings (probably would make a cute bracelet too). Now I am not crafty enough to make the ring myself, I would need to encourage someone to do it for me, but I love the idea!

How-to-Make-a-Map-Ring

A handbag targeted to foodies? Like that! Cole Haan is calling the Brooke Flap Tote the bag you need for foodie forays. I wonder how they tested that out? I think I want that job!

Cole Haan Brooke EW Flap ToteI am pretty sure that bag will hold a bottle of wine and if its white and you are trying to keeping cold, you can try out the Corkcicle, something I spotted in Real Simple magazine. It is a long cylinder that has a liquid inside that freezes. It has a cork on top and you can replace the cork you pull out of the bottle with this littler guy to keep your white wine chilled. Fun, right?

Corkcicle-Wine-Chiller

Buy one for a friend, add a bottle of wine and voila! Make sure you use green, eco-friendly wrapping like the one I spotted on Celebrate Green. Although that one was a blue and white for a baby, I like this more sophisticated tuxedo version.

Faille Bow BagThat’s it for this edition of J’adore, a few my my recent favorite finds as I travel the web!

How about you? What are you currently adoring?

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jen

Sunday 29th of January 2012

"Encourage someone to do it for me." Now, that's funny. I haven't a craft bone in my body, but I love the recycled paper stuff a lot!

Andi

Sunday 29th of January 2012

@Jen, I have my ways ;-)