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!)
You will need:
-plastic animals of any kind (I found mine at Michael’s)
1. 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!
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.
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
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
Tequila (one part)
Sanpellegrino: Pompelmo (2 part)
Lime (quarter wedge)
Re-upholstery is no joke. There are many steps to this fun little DIY
but you have to be patient and precision is key.
Supplies (the short list)
one ugly bench (courtesy of Craigslist)
one fabulous piece of fabric (courtesy of Stone Textile Studio)
A J to Z re-upholstery project for Stone Textile Studio:
the how-to after the jump!