Tuesday, February 1, 2011

February Obsessions

I cannot believe it is actually February already.  2011 has already proved to be flying by faster than 2010 seemed to.  I'm just going to keep holding on tight and hope I can keep up. In the meantime, here's my latest obsessions for February.  Since February is a short month, I thought I'd keep my list short this time.   

Hearts. So, I know this is a bit cliche seeing as how it's February and all, but I have become obsessed with hearts.  And I kind of need these punches to satisfy my hunger for the perfect heart punches.  My Seester has both of them so I might have to take them off her hands next time I visit her craft room. 

{image via Amazon}
Heart Breaker (L'arnacoeur).  My Apple TV/Netflix affair is still going strong and I don't see us cooling off anytime soon.  I caught this movie by chance one evening and I can't stop watching it.  It is really, really cute.  It's the perfect definition of a romantic comedy but it's also got a bit of action to it so that it's not too painful for any significant others of the male persuasion.  Just watch it.  You'll see. 

Jaymay's You are the Only One I Love.  I've been jamming out to Jaymay at work lately. This one is one of my faves, along with Gray or Blue but I wanted to stick with heart/love themed obsessions.  But check out the entire Autumn Blue album.  Love her voice.  Love the lyrics.  Kind of obsessed.

That's pretty much all I have this month.  Work has been insane lately, so I've had very little time to obsess.  But, no worries.  I'll have a nice long list for you next month!


Anita said...

I love those punches, but they weird me out b/c they squeeze parallel to your paper and not perpendicular. whatever works, right? and the good folks @ fiskars sure know how to cut paper.

And I still love your MS butterfly punches best.

Do you know if your heat gun can handle shrinky dinks?

Allison said...

We finally watched Heart Breaker this weekend after wanting to see it for months. SO CUTE! And it was much funnier than I thought it would be... every time I think about their Dirty Dancing scene I crack up. Definitely the best romantic comedy I've seen in a long time. Even Jared loved it (no kidding, he clapped when it was over.)

pintobean said...

Anita, I'm not sure about the shrinky dinks... Never used them. But, I love the parallel punches are awesome. A lot less guess work and you squeeze instead of press. It makes such a difference when you are punching a lot of one thing!!

Allison, I'm so glad someone else has seen Heart Breaker!!! I was literally screaming at the DD scene!! LOVED IT!!!