This month I couldn’t get enough of… Cotton Candy Grapes : : I found out about these from my friend Pattie Cordova. They sell them at Sprouts markets and of course I had to try them. They really DO taste like cotton candy. It is so odd! And delicious. Foam magazine :: I’m kind of obsessed. I always hesitated picking it up at my local bookstore because I’m not a
Do you know about Anorak Magazine? It is from the UK and it is awesome. I stumbled across it at a Barnes and Noble a few years ago and pick it up whenever I see it, which isn’t often. The stories are clever and funny (and quirky thanks to English slang and terms that we aren’t aware of) and the graphics are out of this world. Its cool, kid appropriate
Some of you may have seen this on my Facebook page already but Lowe’s recently posted this video they did at Blogher 11 where they had some bloggers talk about creativity. SEE THE VIDEO HERE (I couldn’t figure out how to shrink the movie file size to work on blogger so you can check it out on the Lowe’s Facebook page) Did you remember to “like” them? I wish they would
Wow. This is cutting it close. Posting our New Year’s Eve project on New Year’s Eve… But Lauren and I think it is pretty special and we are so excited to finally be sharing it with you. Here is how the project came to be… I read my Real Simple Magazine cover to cover as soon as it arrives each month (to be honest, I skip over anything plant or
I know I said it would be a light posting week but I have to share this great tip for an easy yet sophisticated holiday table. Daily Candy and Martha Stewart teamed up to share the step by step instructions on how to recreate this look in your own home. Made up of mainly paper, this design is inexpensive and speedy. And guess what!?! There is also a giveaway for
As some of you may know, I have been working on a project (check back early Friday morning for details!!!). This project had several “rustic” elements to it. When I hear rustic, I usually think things like rough, uncomfortable, dirty, and not very chic. But as I sat relaxing this weekend, reading my Food and Wine Magazine, this party stopped me in my tracks. Put on by Silkstone, an event
*BEST OF…This post was originally from July 15, 2008 and while summer is over for some and slowly winding down for others, we’ve still got a few months of sunshine left (at least on the west coast). In fact, I’m thinking of making these for a movie watching party… For my son, O’s first birthday, I had a grand vision of custom cushions to match the custom easy up covers
I have always wanted to set up a cooking club with my friends. I love the idea of trying out some new recipes, pairing the wine and generally entertaining them. And what is even better with a cooking club is you get to have amazing food and conversation monthly, but only have to clean when it is your turn to host! So then I went and moved an hour away.