Weekly Wrap-Up


Last weekend I made curtains. Ok... I made one curtain... but isn't it a nice pattern? My favorite part about this photo is that I took it after work one day this week. I'm loving this time change. I love coming home when it's still light out, and it's only going to get better!

Anyway, since it's Friday, I'll leave you with a few of my favorites from this past week...

I've been craving pancakes lately (especially interesting flavors) and these carrot cake pancakes from Smitten Kitchen look delicious. 

These crepe paper flowers from Honestly WTF are definitely on my to do list.

I'll admit, ever since I started following Pamplemousse1983, I've just loved Margaux Mondays. This kid is too freaking cute. Thank you to Heather from A Thousand Hellos for recommending Maryam's awesome blog!

I've never considered adding sea salt to chocolate chip cookies but after seeing this recipe on Design Sponge, I'm going to have to give it a try.

This paint dipped chopsticks DIY from Poppytalk has inspired me to find some items around the apartment that could use a little color. Maybe I'll start with something small like pencils and move my way up to silverware! 

Last but definitely not least, I have to announce the winner of the custom header giveaway sponsored by Erin Flynn of Eef Etcetera!


Congrats Jules! I'll be contacting you shortly! 

Have a great weekend, everybody!

8 comments:

  1. i love everything. i think i might wanna make those flowers for violet's birthday party... too cute. isn't margaux darling? i love her! thank you for the shoutout :) another chocolate chip recipe, yay! i just sent you the other pancake recipe...

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    1. Got the recipe. It looks awesome! I'm going to have to try these VERY soon. Thanks!

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  2. Eep! Thanks for including me in the wrap up!

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    1. Well, of course! I officially have my roommate hooked on your blog too :)

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  3. ooh i love the curtains. i want to make some of my own but cant decide on the fabric. but isnt that the convenience of sewing them myself- getting to change them more often? i just have a fear of my sewing machine.

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    1. Haha! Well, just make sure you have a few hours set aside!

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  4. I haven't tried this salty/sweet recipe just yet, but thought I'd recommend my friend Allison's baking blog and delish sounding recipe here: http://www.bakeyourheartout.com/home/2012/3/12/cookie-of-the-month-double-chip-cookies.html

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    1. Those look awesome! Thanks for the tip! :)

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