I have a big collection of photo booth photo strips in a shoebox from when I was younger. There's just something about the photo booth experience that really captures a moment! If you want to get that same retro flavor but don't have access to a photo booth, then check out Shutterfly's new little sister, Wink. Wink lets you print photo booth style strips in a few simple steps, and all it costs is $2.50 per strip (including shipping and tax). Just upload four photos to Wink (or use their iPhone App) from Flickr, Facebook, or your hard drive, put in your shipping and payment info, and get a sweet and glossy photo strip in just a few days.Additionally, if you wanted to send a few to your friends as a gift, but don't have their address, you can input their email instead and Wink will send them a preview of the photo strip while getting a confirmation of their address. No spamming, they promise.
While most often spotted with their celebrity parents, I can recognize and name these pups without their owners present! Even though it was super hard to narrow this down to just nine top dogs, I think I've done it. Now it's up to you to crown one the celebrity pet of the year!And don't stop voting there — check the rest of my best of 2009 polls!
I plan on attending at least three holiday parties this year just so I can show off my frugal yet Fab frock, a pair of sequin shorties, and a sassy jumpsuit. Yes, jumpsuits lean on the daring side, but they're just so slick. Cuts and colors range from silky cropped styles to wide-legged wonders, so pick your pleasure. May I suggest wearing one, like this tailored Wink Black Stretch Cotton Jumpsuit ($223, originally $297), to a cocktail party or upscale dinner? I love the bustier-inspired silhouette. Don't forget to adorn with dazzling accessories and some festive footwear!
It's a wonderful day in Selma Blair's neighborhood as she takes advantage of some LA sun during a stroll with her lil pal. The pup, Wink, gets his name since his missing eye makes him look like he's constantly winking. He was found tied to a tree before the Lange Foundation (a great organization that's dedicated to saving companion animals from abuse and neglect) took him in . . . and Selma adopted him. So nice to see the pup in a happy, forever home, and check out Selma's watchful eye — best to make sure he doesn't eat anything naughty off that green grass. Just goes to show that a pampered, precious pal doesn't need to be a purebred to attract the paparazzi.
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