Hello, Friday! Link Roundup

Happy Friday, friends!

Do you have anything exciting planned this weekend? The weatherman is predicting a Noreaster (aka big storm) this Saturday, starting just about when I need to attend an event, so that should be interesting!

I actually wouldn’t mind a little snow. There hasn’t been much this winter, and I love walking around Central Park when it’s covered in the white stuff … so pretty!

There isn’t much going on with me, so I’m going to jump right into my favorite links from the week. Enjoy!

My New Snake Plant | Hello Little Home

My new snake plant from a Houseplant Appreciation Day event I attended. I’ve managed to keep it alive for a couple weeks!

This Tuna Bibimbap from Pink Wings looks so good! If you are vegetarian like me (or vegan), you could easily leaves out the tuna and/or the egg.

Looking for a way to use up fabric scraps? Check out these super cute Fabric Gift Tags from Live Laugh Rowe.

Visit Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen for a delicious Smoky Open-Faced Sandwich recipe.

Blue Potted Plants at The Sill | Hello Little Home

Gorgeous blue pots at The Sill, host of the Houseplant Appreciation event. Definitely stop there if you visit NYC; it’s such a cute little shop!

Don’t miss Alisa Burke’s tutorial for using empty cardboard rolls (from toilet paper, paper towel, etcs.) as stamps and for printing.

Veganosity shared a recipe for Orange Coconut Granola that looks seriously addictive!

Are your photos unorganized and hard to find? Follow along with Simple As That’s new monthly series One Year to More Organized Photos.

Valentines Workshop at Paper Source | Hello Little Home

I went to a Valentine’s Day workshop at Paper Source (pretty much my all-time favorite store) last night. Check out my Instagram to see how they turned out … super cute, if I do say so myself!

This Sweet Potato and Black Bean Quinoa Bowl I saw on Spoonful of Flavor look a.ma.zing (and super healthy, too).

Attention, knitters! These Vintage Checked Mittens from Hands Occupied are adorable, and you’ll love the sweet story behind them.

Trick your kids into eating their veggies with these Feta and Spinach Muffins from Homegrown and Healthy.

Waiting for the Subway | Hello Little Home

Taken while waiting for the subway and feeling a little caged in … ha ha.

DIY Inspired has an easy tutorial for Homemade Bath Salts. They’d make a great gift!

I’ve always wanted to make a Tres Leches Cake, and Titi Crafty has a recipe I can’t wait to try.

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get organized? Check out these cute Pantry Labels from The Idea Room.

Wit Wisdom and Food shared a recipe for French Onion Risotto … two of my favorites in one dish! Yum!

Red Coffee Shop | Hello Little HomeHow cool is the red light in this closed coffee shop?!?

Save a little money on your weekend shopping:

Colorful Feet | Hello Little Home

Colorful feet at a gallery opening.

Cocktail time! It’s a little too cold for Sex on the Beach (you’ve heard of that one, right?), so why not make Sex on a Snowbank instead? You’re going to love this cute winter drink from Nellie Bellie!

Have a great weekend!

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Yayyy Thanks so much for your sweet comment about my Tres Leches Cake! Glad you like it!

Thanks for linking to my mittens! <3

Linda and Alex @ Veganosity

Hi Ginnie! Thanks for including my orange coconut granola in your awesome link roundup! I love that picture of the window in the subway. Very artsy. 🙂 Enjoy the snow!!