Picnic at Salton Sea + Friday Links


Picnic at Salton Sea by Pinecone Camp (Janis Nicolay)

I'm smitten with the above print by Janis Nicolay (the pink sand is calling my name) and it would go so well with this large format print I just got recently too (don't you think)?
Speaking of pink, the little girl in me wants these
Tips from a J. Crew Stylist
Make a spray bottle out of your lemons
Although for boys, I kind of like this Crewcuts sweater (number 15)
4 secrets to a well-mended wardrobe
I want to wake up feeling like Anna Karina

My posts elsewhere this week:
Wired - 7 Scholastic DIY Projects to Customize Your Study Space
IKEA Family Live - Ridiculously Simple Gluten-Free Banana (and strawberry) Bread
Babble - A new four legged friend to wear
Babble - 9 Awesome DIYs to bookmark
Babble - Have you seen this bike and stroller in one?
Babble - Sneak peek Fall Target Home + Nate Berkus

And today is our last day of our month of MixTape at PHM (see you Monday with an all new market)! Happy Friday!

Jan Halvarson

5 comments:

Natalie said...

Great photo. However, it is very hard to eat when next to the Salton Sea. The smell is unbearable. Beautiful print nonetheless. :)

Cathydubs said...

The sand is so soft at the Salton Sea that one man who was going at an incredible amount of speed was ejected from his car and unto the sand didn't have a single scratch on him. Not on bone was broken. Fun fact of the day haha.

Pinecone Camp said...

I would agree with Natalie, it does have a certain scent that is not for everyone ;) and the sand is definitely very soft. Salton Sea is a pretty incredible place. I'm happy you like the print - thanks so much!

matimuk said...

wonderful images.. a happy weekend for you..

hardydanielle said...

They would go beautifully together~ Such a peaceful photograph to look at...ahh i get lost in it ;)

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