Time for another edition of J'adore – we are at 50, can you believe it? I guess as long as the Universe (or the Interwebs) are putting out cool, cute, funky new stuff, there will be a need to share them with you! I really do have a lot of fun curating this series, so looks like it is going to stick around for a while.
I am still using the amazing Clipix tool which helps me keep track of all my finds, I do not know how I lived a life before it existed!
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I'm a blogger, what's your superpower? OMG, love! I spotted this poster when Lindsey shared a post from Bright Bazaar Blog on Facebook. It is from the Dutch website MoodKids, but for the life of me, I cannot find it on that actual site.
These cans of…air aren't very practical but it is an adorable idea. Makes a great update to the “my parents went to Paris and all they bought me was this lousy t-shirt” souvenir. The Canned Air of Paris is perfect for francophiles, but Kirill Rudenko has other great cities on her Etsy store.
Think the canned air is too corny? Then maybe something a little more sophisticated. Hat tip to Anne of Prêt à Voyager who directed my attention to an amazing book spotlighted on Design Sponge. Paris, Line by Line is an amazing illustrated feat with glorious drawings of Paris from nearly every angle. It is being re-released this month and I want to pick this up!
I earned plenty of merit badges during my Girl Scout days, but not anything like these adult-themed ones from Disorderly Goods! I like the Optimism and Happiness ones, which are your favorite?
If you have been around these parts for a while you know I am a sucker for anything red. This is why I love these red USB cords from Eastern Collective. Who wants boring cables when you can have fancy ones?
That’s it for this edition of J’adore, a few of my recent favorite finds as I travel the web!
How about you? What are you currently adoring?
Love all of these! Especially the USB cord – finally something that isn’t so boring! On my reminder list for next time I need a small gift for a techo-phile!
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The G. S. badges take me back 25 years…ah memories.
LOL…I would love a can of air from Paris
I love the usb cord, and the canned air is just too funny
The badges are a stroke of awesomeness! I love the voodoo doll one! Oh, and I signed up for Clipix too.
I love the USB cords in Red…so much nicer than the ones that I have…plus, wouldn’t it be easier to organize and actually know which cord goes with what??!!
I recently (like last night) found the website called teefury where they have one original tshirt on sale a day by different artists. It’s mostly geared toward geeks (guilty) and they had a Firefly shirt (shiney!) so I had to get one. Helped that it was only 11 bucks. Now I have to wait for a Dr. Who shirt for my daughter and a Game of Thrones for my son ..and then a Walking Dead one for my other son.. Anyway I love the concept of featuring cool artists doing orginal artwok on the tees and the fact that the t-shirt is only sold for one day so they’re going to be pretty rare too.
I am loving the Etsy shop Anek. The artist’s name is Ana and she is from Croatia and has some great foodie illustrations. I am actually giving away one of her works that feature French wine.
Love for you to stop by and enter! It ends March 24th
I think the idea of buying air is ridiculous. What a waste of money. If you buy a shirt at least they’ll get some use of it.
While I think that the badges are impractical I was wondering if like girl scout badges do you have to accomplish tasks in order to qualify for them? LOL…
nice blog 🙂
I love the series. I really dig the badges.
I was in girl scouts when I was a little girl. I wonder if the badges are the same as they were… not that I could remember any of them.
I like the patches however, they look impractical.