[DIY] GoldFish Magnets!

J to Z GoldFish Magnets

Being that it is deep into wedding season right now, my fridge has been F U L L of invites/SaveTheDates/pictures/etc.  I was very much in need of some new magnets to hold all of these guys up, and I instantly thought of these fun ones I pinned on Pinterest awhile back.With summer just around the corner, I took the ‘beach’ route and whipped up a handful of these GoldFish magnets. (Easy, cheap, and cute!)

J to Z GoldFish Magnets

You will need:

-plastic animals of any kind (I found mine at Michael’s)

-blank magnets

-super glue

-Spray Paint

J to Z GoldFish Magnets1. Give your animals a couple coats of spray paint.

2. After they dry, super glue a magnet on the flatest part of the back.

3. Stick ’em on the fridge!

J to Z GoldFish Magnets

J to Z GoldFish Magnet

xo,

Amy

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[J’s Kitchen] ceviche

Happy Friday!! Sending you off into the weekend with a quick and easy recipe

for the NON-COOKS!

I spend quite a bit of time in the kitchen but am in no form or fashion a “cook.”

I “prepare” foods but I’m rarely whipping up some complicated 12 step recipe.

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Ceviche has become a traditional Mexican raw seafood dish, SIMPLE for those who don’t like to cook, and perfect to pair with yesterday’s Paloma or a nice bottle of Vinho Verde Continue reading

[J’s Kitchen]: la palomita

It’s May and you know what that means…we’re about to kiss our Texas spring goodbye, and say hello to non-stop summer cocktails and 100 degree temperatures!

In preparation for this weekend’s Cinco de Mayo festivities, meet this season’s favorite flavor,

Margarita’s little sister: La Paloma

Buen Provecho!

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Tequila (one part)

Sanpellegrino: Pompelmo (2 part)

Lime (quarter wedge)

Salt optional

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Salud!

XO

J