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Thursday
Jul232009

Show + Tell

The beautiful NKP over at Head Over Heels ran a great post about her collection of Objects On A Stick. { What is it about mounting that elevates the ordinary to extraordinary? } What an eye NKP has! Superb. Stop whatever you’re doing and go now and see them. And read how she selects the objects that she takes home with her. Love it. Be sure to add Head Over Heels to your RSS feed — you’ll want to read her posts daily!

 


{ See this eye spy post on Objects On A Stick }

 


 


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Reader Comments (3)

Isn't she just the best?!? I need to plan an Atlanta trip soon to see you two.

July 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRaina

Yes you do! Now that you're not on the other side of the world, you MUST head to Atlanta!

July 24, 2009 | Registered Commentersusieq

Suuuuusie, I'm embarassed! I'm such a wallflower and here you've gone and exposed me! Wow, thanks for the kind words, I'm truly so flattered. I'm glad you liked the post (inspired entirely by you) and my "objects on a stick." Thanks girl!

And Raina, call me when you're ready to be picked up at the airport. I'll be the one waving furiously from the dark blue minivan!

July 24, 2009 | Unregistered Commenternkp

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