February 01, 2012

Global Perspective

Wendy Gold ImagineNations
Wendy Gold ImagineNations
Wendy Gold ImagineNations

10 comments:

  1. Oh my god. I love the Where the Wild Things Are inspired one.

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  2. Love those! Since we are heading out on our traveling life adventure, one of those would be perfect in our 5th wheel trailer.

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  3. Tabitha @Glitter & GanacheFebruary 1, 2012 at 9:02:00 AM PST

    Ok, if I let myself, I'd lose myself, my wife and all three furry kids under a houseful of globes too. As it stands I only have 2 (a reasonable number) and sadly no room for any more. A tragedy, because these are ridiculously gorgeous! I love "Bon Voyage" and the black/wedding announcement one the most. Sigh, thanks for sharing. ps. Still sad we didn't actually meet at ALT.

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  4. Ok, if I let myself, I'd lose myself, my wife and all three furry kids under a houseful of globes too. As it stands I only have 2 (a reasonable number) and sadly no room for any more. A tragedy, because these are ridiculously gorgeous! I love "Bon Voyage" and the black/wedding announcement one the most. Sigh, thanks for sharing. ps. Still sad we didn't actually meet at ALT.

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  5. Globes make me all swoon-y. These are divine!

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  6. Oh I love her work! I saw her booth at the Renegade SF Holiday show & just couldn't help myself from standing there and taking in all the lovliness! Luckily it was before the show opened one of the mornings so I got to stand there & absorb it all in silence. ;)

    (Hopefully none of the other vendors saw me wiping up any drool...)

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  7. Oh! I love the "Adventure Waits" and "Where the Wild Things Are" globes!! So creative!

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  8. What a cool perspective on these globes! They sure are one of a kind. Thanks for sharing them!

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