Wednesday, July 18, 2007

ICED DIAMONDS








Diamonds are girl’s best friend?



Can't get the real thing then get some diamond ice cubes $9.95 at modernpoverty.com




The truth about DIAMONDS? they're quite pricey.

diamond sculpture: a paperweight or as a dazzling, modern accent for the home!

8 comments:

Le Portillon said...

I like diamonds, but some I feel are way too flashy for my taste. I prefer antique pearls.

Kira Fashion said...

I have a diamond ring!!!!

It´s so cool!
For materialist girls, diamonds really are best friends...but must be kind a solitary life :)

I prefer to have diamonds and friends! hehehe

a kiss

Just love M. Monroe

Romeika said...

Diamonds are a girl's best friend, indeed! I love Marilyn singing that song, as well as Nicole Kidman in "Moulin Rouge". But then i remember Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly saying how tacky it is for young women to wear such stones hehehe

I don't have any diamond piece, neither ring, necklace or earrings, but i hope to have one someday ^^

blushing apples said...

Le Portillon: i too prefer pearls, but i coulnt resist ice cubes in the shape of diamonds!
Romeika:♥♥ I do remmber holly saying diamonds were tacky if you wre under 30! i dont own any diamond piece either! ♥♥

J Lee said...

Yes ladies.. I'm a pearl girl too!
But table bling..who can resist! :)

Jenn~

Diana Coronado said...

Love the diamond ice cubes... soo lovely.
You got the style... that style... i don't know how to call it.
But it's between child, kitch & nice.

I love that style, which remembers me my infance

blushing apples said...

yes, i'll have anything with the word "kitch" written on it, but believe it or not i love mordern design! & I'm a def. a KID at heart (I'm guilty).

Sarah Dennis said...

"A diamond is forever" just like the love I have for my Fiance. I received my first diamond 2 weeks ago when my Honey popped the big question. I love diamonds...

Check out my post about tableware with "bling", you'll love it:
http://toastandtables.blogspot.com/2007/07/he-asked-i-said-yes.html