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Friday Faves, March 18th

18 Mar

friday faves march 18th

1 :: Breezy and simple, perfect for these warm days! The McGillicuddy dress from spottedmoth.com.

2 :: After my last post on chicken stock from your crock-pot, this Slowcooker Chicken Soup from Nourished Kitchen is only fitting. Hopefully it will be soothing for those of you dealing with all the allergies and sickness that the change in seasons can bring.

3 :: These Paper Cuts by Joe pretty much blow my mind. An amazing gift for an anniversary, wedding, or whatever. They’d be great framed or in a shadowbox.

4 :: Time to start thinking about spring craft projects! These simple spring napkins from Molly’s Sketchbook are a great way to use up the extra fabric you have hanging around.

5 :: I love all the prints in Handz’ etsy shop, but this mid-century “In the Kitchen” print is my favorite (especially the bright colors and pyrex inspired dishes).

6 :: I’ve been listening to Jeremy Larson’s new album on repeat ever since it came out. So beautiful, and the album artwork is just as inspiring.

Friday Faves, February 25th

25 Feb

friday faves feb 25

1:: The Gap’s spring collection is full of simple, modern shapes. I love the yellow pop of color this comfy pull-on skirt can add to a neutral outfit.

2 :: I’ve always been a big fan of roasted garlic, but roasted shallots? How have I not tried this yet?! Definitely adding Orangette’s Vinegar Roasted Shallots to my list of things to make.

3 :: Elsie from A Beautiful Mess never ceases to inspire me. She and her friends just finished putting together this fun, sixties-inspired video for her new clothing line.

4 :: I never seem to have enough hangers, but if I end up with extras, I’d love to try this ReStyled abstract hanger mobile from Rachel at Smile and Wave.

5 :: The simple lines of this White Mushroom Trinket Dish by ALDdesigns are a perfect balance for the treasures it can hold on your nightstand or dresser.

6 :: MemoryDust is having a huge sale on their prints, including this awesome bicycle piece, printed on old dictionary pages. $5 is such a steal!

Friday Faves, Friends Edition!

12 Nov

November 11 Friday Faves

I have some incredibly talented friends, so this week I’m doing my first special “Friends Edition” of Friday Faves.

1 :: Anna is an amazing stylist all around–from hair and makeup to her fun etsy shop, Shotgun Vintage. She’s got a great eye for vintage finds, like these Lucite metallic flower pumps. So pretty!

2 :: Emily and her sweet daughter modeling one of her Hipster Slings. She makes them out of lightweight (but strong) organic fabrics, and they have a special concealed, zippered pocket to keep your keys or phone. If you know a pregnant momma, these make an awesome shower gift!

3 :: One of my original Supper Club ladies, Jen is also a fellow real food blogger. She and her husband recently moved to their dream farm in Vermont, and I love living vicariously through her blog, The Leftover Queen. She always features super tasty recipes, like these Coconut Flour Pancakes.

4 :: I’ve really enjoyed watching my brother, Philip, sharpen his talent for photography and videography over the years. He recently shot this short feature with Single Barrel Detroit on the hanging gardens project at Forest Arms, a building in Detroit that was devastated by fire. They ended the project with a rooftop concert by The Juliets (above). He’s moving from Detroit to LA soon and I’m so excited to see what projects he’ll be involved with next!

5 :: My brother also happens to be dating Angela, who is a fabulous artist (and a pretty groovy gal). She does some amazing hand-lettering and illustrations, like this fun piece, “The Heart is on the Left.”

6 :: My friend and co-worker Caitlin creates the coolest dream catcher and African trade bead necklaces over at Feather & Webb. Her shop is always being updated with tribal-inspired (and some not-so-tribal-inspired) vintage items, and her blog is chock-full of inspiration.

Friday Faves – July 16th

16 Jul

July 16th Friday Faves

1 :: Amanda Soule is always a big inspiration to me, especially when it comes to knitting and craft projects. I really want to make this Oatmeal Sweater before it starts getting chilly (so that gives me until November or so, right?).

2 :: I missed out on blueberry picking this year, but for those of you up north (or if you have something else to can), check out this awesome canning party idea from Cottage Industrialist and Paper Crave. There are free printable downloads for some really fun invitations, labels and recipe cards.

3 :: Grain Edit just did a great interview with Jason Munn from The Small Stakes. His design is clean and modern, but with a nice jab of humor.

4 :: I’ve never felt like I had the “scarf-tying” thing down, but now I might finally figure it out! In this short video from Lucky Magazine, they take you through a number of different ways to tie a scarf.

5 :: As soon as I saw this recipe for Shrimp Scampi Pizza from Shutterbean, my mouth started watering. It’s very similar to some incredible shrimp bruschetta I had from The French Pantry here in Jax. This would also make a great summer party appetizer.

6 :: Breezy and light is the main thing I’m looking for in clothing right now, and this Orangette dress from Jenny and V’s Etsy shop is exactly that.

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