It’s no secret that we love making felt flowers, but we’ve gone to a new level with these miniature versions! A handful of mini flowers and some floral wire are all you need to create these adorable DIY napkin rings. They are perfect for any gathering around the dinner table and can be personalized with a variety of colors. Keep scrolling to find out how to easily make your own! Supplies: felt, floral wire, hot glue, and scissors. Directions: 1. Cut a long piece of floral wire and wrap it around a cylindrical object to create an even circle. Wrap the wire around the object as many times as you can, and slide the loop off of the object when you run out of wire.
Today we’re sharing one of our go-to lunches that we could eat every day. I had this salad at a friend’s house and now I’m hooked. It’s too easy to throw together and makes us feel a lot less guilty than our usual salami sandwiches (we still love you, salami sandwiches!). And don’t be fooled by the chicken nuggets on top! They are all-natural, sugar-free, and gluten-free. I love to keep a bag in the freezer, which makes this salad even easier. Ingredients: Fresh spinach, washed Applegate Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets, baked or microwaved and cut in half Strawberries, sliced Crumbled feta Lay these ingredients on a bed of spinach and top with your favorite dressing. We love the classic oil and vinegar combo with a
It’s the best day of the year! Today we celebrate our favorite food group: coffee! To get the party started, we’ve collected 9 deliciously caffeinated recipes to jump start your day. 1. Coffee Cream Popsicles | 2. Coconut Rum Iced Coffee| 3. Irish Coffee 4. Chocolate Coffee Truffles | 5. Coffee Sugar Scrub | 6. Flat White 7. Black Coffee Macarons| 8. Cold Brew | 9. Hazelnut Coffee Ice Cream To make the day even sweeter, here’s a list of all the places you can get FREE coffee today and a hilarious color-changing mug that we might just have to add to our Christmas list. Enjoy!
What’s more exciting than pancakes on a Saturday morning? Mini pancakes on a stick! All you need to make these cute little breakfast bites is pancake mix and cake pop sticks! Ingredients: pancake mix, milk, and eggs. Directions: 1. Combine ingredients according to pancake mix package. 2. For pans that are NOT non-stick, grease with spray oil. 3. One at a time, spoon pancake batter into the pan to create a small circle (ours were about 2-2.5 inches in diameter). 4. Immediately place a cake pop stick into the center of the pancake and roll the stick to cover it in batter. 5. Flip the pancake when bubbles begin to form and cook until done. You can even make them into little heart pops! These
Have you tried a smoothie bowl yet? We just made our very first one and we are hooked! Smoothie bowls have all the goodness of a drinkable smoothie, but they’re made pretty with some delicious and nutritious toppings. Grab a spoon and dig in! Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl Ingredients: 1 frozen banana 1 cup frozen berries 1 cup almond milk 1/2 cup yogurt 1 scoop vanilla protein powder Combine ingredients in a blender. Top with anything you like! Here are some yummy ideas: fresh or frozen berries, banana slices, chia seeds, granola, shredded coconut, sliced almonds, craisins, cacao nibs, nut butter, oats, etc. We are amateurs on the smoothie bowl decorating front, so if you’d like to see some truly impressive designs, just check out Instagram!
It’s Friday! To start off the weekend right, we’ve collected 12 cozy recipes to get you excited for Fall. Click on the links below to see how to make each dish or drink… 1. Apple Cranberry Sangria| 2. Stuffed Figs | 3. Chipotle Pumpkin Soup 4. Pumpkin Bacon Goat Cheese Appetizers | 5. Pumpkin Hot Chocolate | 6. Tomato & Sweet Onion Dip 7. Apple Cinnamon Porkchops| 8. Roasted Butternut Squash Soup | 9. Autumn Punch 10. Sweet Potato Fries | 11. Cream Cheese Pumpkin Bread |12. Coconut Goat Cheese Butternut Soup Have a wonderful weekend!
We are back with even more frosted glass tumblers! This is such a fun and easy DIY and the designs you can create are endless. For these tumblers, we used two different kinds of Martha Stewart Glass Paint (frosted and gloss) and overlapped them to create this pink and coral color block look. Here’s how you can make your own… Supplies: glass tumblers, Martha Stewart Glass Paint in Ballet Slipper (Frost) and Red Coral (Gloss), washi tape (or painter’s tape), a foam brush or pouncer, and rubbing alcohol. Directions: 1. Clean the tumblers with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. Let dry. 2. Tape off a section of the tumbler for the first color. For this two-toned color block look, start with the lighter color
Are you a list-maker? How about a list-misplacer? If the answer is yes…then this post is for you! Today we are sharing a stylish way to display your grocery and to-do lists without wasting paper (or misplacing it). You only need two things to create these dry erase boards: a frame (with glass), and a piece of scrapbook paper. Just cut the scrapbook paper to size and place it in the frame like you would a picture. Use a dry-erase marker to draw directly onto the glass! Easy, cute, and reusable. How will you use your dry erase board?