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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Fab Finds

  1. Recycled vintage silver plated flatware - Spread Love. Spread Joy. Spread Cheer. Spread Peace. 
  2. Salad In a Jar - Reformed salad-hater, Paula has devised a way to make salad for 7-9 days at one time. Her trick?  Mason jars!
  3. Pig Dishtowel, from Terrain - Oink.
  4. Crayons in the Summer! - A DIY craft! Wouldn’t it be so fun to watch them melt!
  5. Whiskey Sour Popsicles - Boozy popsicles! From Bakers Royale.
  6. Scrambled Eggs - Woah….scramble your egg before you even cook it.
  7. Monster Shark - So cute! A hand-knit monster shark for your soda can.
  8. Snickerdoodle Muffins - Want. Now. From  my friend Heather Christo!

9 Responses to “Fab Finds”

  1. Allyn — 7/27/11 @ 9:55 am

    Love the salad jars! And the crayon idea! Soooooo going to be trying both of those!
    It’s hot enough in TN to freakin boil a crayon.

  2. Erin Smith — 7/27/11 @ 10:33 am

    I love your Fab Finds postings. It always makes me want to go shopping or get crafty.

  3. Sherri M — 7/27/11 @ 10:44 pm

    Whiskey Sour Popcicles….YUM. Haven’t had one of those (the drink) in ages!

  4. Sara B. — 7/28/11 @ 10:18 pm

    The pre-scrambled egg is crazy! I’ll have to try that out sometime. Also, the salad jar idea is amazing. Why don’t I think of these things?

  5. Alejandra — 8/3/11 @ 12:22 am

    love that pre-scrambled egg idea. super fun!

  6. Annie — 8/3/11 @ 2:17 pm

    How fun are your fab finds? LOVE them – especially the recycled vintage silver plated flatware and those boozy popsicles – uh, yum!

  7. Salad in a Jar — 8/5/11 @ 6:33 am

    Thanks for the link Jaden! You’ve collected some great ideas.

  8. Renuka — 8/8/11 @ 7:39 am

    Love all the ideas. I love your blog too. The salad in a jar idea is fabulous. Thanks Jaden for sharing these with us.

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