Hi, friends! Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you’ve had a great week.
Mine has been pretty quiet after a busy weekend. We were in Brooklyn again (why does everything happen in Brooklyn?!?) to see some bands, and then to see Shakespeare in the Park back in Manhattan the next day. We wrapped up the weekend with a picnic in Central Park. It’s been way too long since we had one of those.
This weekend, I’m hoping we’ll have time for another picnic, and I’m also heading to NY Now, a trade event showcasing home, lifestyle, and handmade items. It’s really fun to attend these events, meet producers, and of course, share my favorite finds with you. Here’s hoping my feet hold up!
I found some great links this week!
This Craft Camp Birthday Party from The Pleated Poppy would have made me the happiest kid ever, but I think I’d love it just as much now!
Corn is so sweet right now, and I want to try this Grilled Corn with Harissa and Feta from A Couple Cooks.
Made By Girl shared a super pretty Half Up Crown Braid Tutorial.
This Natural Colored Rainbow Cake from Twigg Studios is made without chemical dyes and is covered in beautiful edible flowers.
A plane flying over Brooklyn.
Welcome guests to your home with this pretty and free Pineapple Printable from Live Laugh Rowe.
How cute are these Kermit or Constantine Cupcakes from Simply Designing?
My Girlish Whims has an awesome roundup of 30 DIY Anthropologie Jewelry Knock-Offs.
I love a twist on a classic recipe, like Joy the Baker’s Roasted Tomato and Feta Guacamole.
Walking a cobblestone street.
Have a black thumb? Make this adorable DIY Painted Rock Cactus from Fab Art DIY.
This Slow Cooker Hot Fudge Pudding Cake from Kitchen Treaty looks delicious, and I like that you don’t need to heat up your kitchen to make it.
Hello Natural shows you how to make 2-Ingredient Toners for Every Skin Type.
The Manhattan skyline seen from a Brooklyn street.
The sun setting while waiting for Shakespeare in the Park to begin.
Finally, a cocktail: this Peaches and Whiskey Ice Cream Float from A Beautiful Mess is a great way to use seasonal produce. Cheers!
What are you up to this weekend?
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