For most of you that have been following along on this little blog of mine for a while, you know that this girl is a die-hard Target shopper. If I am in a bind for party or home decor, a hostess gift or pretty much anything else, you better believe that Tar-jay is my #1 stop. Close behind that are places like Kohl's, Michael's and TJ Maxx depending on A) how much patience I have and B) how crafty I am feeling at the moment. What can I say? Those places just aren't as calming and zen for me as my favorite bulls-eye spot.
As avid about finding great deals and steals as I am, what I am NOT is a boutique shopper. Something about boutiques has never drawn me inside like the Tar-jay red does. I am not exactly sure why, though, especially after recent ventures (yes, plural, I couldn't help it) into Festivity, a chic boutique with multiple locations around town, including two in Buckhead.
What stopped me dead in my tracks, though, were these:
How freaking adorable and fun are these coasters?! I love them! First I stood there debating if I really needed any (given that I own at least two sets of everyday ones for the coffee table). Then I wondered if I could at least buy any for any sort of party or event coming up. With no housewarming parties in sight, I decided that at the very least, I could blog about them. That's kind of like shopping, right?
These fun coasters run for $8 a pop, and they feature all sorts of Atlanta landmarks. My personal favs were the VaHi sign one, the Peachtree St. sign, Coca-Cola and The Fox.
Which ones do you like? Are these a go or no go on shabby chic meets vintage meets local home decor?