Daily Inspiration – Mother’s Day {Free} Printables

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

This year sure is flying by. Or is it just me? Either way I can’t believe Mother’s day is this Sunday. I always laugh at all those made up “national (enter anything here) days” that keep showing up on social media. I figured since this is an actual holiday, why not create some pretty Mother’s Day {Free} Printables for you? Just in case you need a little help finding something for all those special ladies in your life. Feel free to print it and frame it to make your moms, grandmas, aunts, friends smile! Happy Mother’s Day to all!

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“Best Mom Ever” Download

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“Home Is Where Mom Is” Download

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“Super Mom”  Download



Daily Inspiration – Blood Orange Mimosas!

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

As you all know I’m a huge fan of Blood Oranges. Today I’m over at Wedding Paper Divas Blog teaching you how to include them in your next brunch while you cheer. What exactly am I talking about? Well, mimosas have never looked prettier! See you on the other end loves!

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Bubbly Brunch Mimosa



Daily Inspiration – Washi Tape Envelopes!

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Ever since moving to the Midwest I’ve been sending a ton of snail mail. I love sending it as much as receiving it. That feeling of getting a card in the mail really never gets old to me. One thing I truly enjoy (as much as wrapping presents) is decorating boring standard envelopes HA! I’ve been using washi tape for years now and before I knew it I created myself a little collection. Happy accident indeed. That’s how these Washi tape envelopes were born. To learn how to make these head over to Tiny Prints blog, who I collaborated with on this fun project! Aren’t these fun? See you at the other end loves!

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Daily Inspiration – UW Arboretum

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

One of the magical things of living in the Midwest is visiting places during different seasons and discovering how unique they truly are. My first time at the UW Arboretum as you might remember, I ran into some wild turkeys during my snow hike. I am happy to report that no wild turkeys were seen on this Spring visit HA! I only had one goal this time which was to see the beautiful Magnolia trees. This is the first time I’ve lived by these beauties so I’ve being photographing them any chance I get. They really are something else. Back in L.A, I always looked forward to seeing “purple snow” during these months. Wisconsin sure is making me realize the true beauty of Spring. If you have the chance, visit the UW Arboretum to witness this in person. You won’t regret it. Have I said they’re beautiful? HA! What’s your favorite tree? Happy Spring loves!

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Daily Inspiration – Quiche Cups

Monday, April 27th, 2015

As you all know when I first discovered all the different recipes you could make using a crescent toll tube I immediately made Blood Orange Cinnamon rolls . I simply couldn’t stop there. I decided to create mini quiche cups because honestly, I’ve been obsessed with all types of quiches lately. These were the perfect size, the perfect mix of flavors and I just had to share them with you! So go grab a crescent roll tube and come join the club!

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Quiche Cups

1 tube of crescent rolls (this will make 8 little cups)

3 eggs

1 cup of chopped spinach

2 slices of prosciutto

1/4 cup of feta cheese

A handful of shredded Mozzarella cheese

Sal & Pepper to taste

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Start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees. In a bowl mix your eggs, spinach, cheeses and season with salt and pepper. Using a greased muffin pan, place each triangle of dough on a cup keeping some of the edges out, that will create the cute little triangle shapes. Place a little piece of prosciutto on each bottom, this doesn’t need to be perfect just divide it as you please. Fill each cup with your egg mixture and bake for approximately 15-20 minutes or until brown. The end result is so tasty you’ll want to eat them all by yourself HA! Cannot wait to make these again but with different ingredients! Once again the possibilities are endless with this one! These will be perfect for brunch or breakfast on the go! What do you think? What ingredients will you use? Happy baking friends!

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