Super dad David Laferriere has been illustrating his kid’s sandwich bags since 2008. Gotta love it! See them all on Flickr.
Today we’re having brunch with Keep.com! We spied several yummy brunch recipes and paired them with lovely tableware. Your perfect Sunday spring brunch awaits…
During the month of March, she challenged herself to create an original illustration every day with two constraints: the image had to be made entirely of food, and the backdrop had to be a white plate. She created landscapes, animals, scenes, and homages to pop culture.
Here’s a peek at a few favorites…
It’s final countdown time for Handmade Charlotte and Keep.com’s ultimate outdoor party! We’ve discovered so many incredible shops and tastemakers on Keep.com while putting everything together (check out these great invitations and sweet treats). There’s just one more week to go until party time!
Last week we called on all of you to share your best party finds. We still need your help! Simply sign up and follow us on Keep.com. We’ll follow you back so we can pick a keeper to feature in next week’s post. That way, we get to party with all of you—how cool is that?!
Let’s take a peek at some of the last-minute party supplies spotted by our favorite new Keep.com trendsetters…
For those of you just tuning in, Handmade Charlotte and Keep.com have teamed up to throw the ultimate outdoor party. With two weeks to go until the festivities begin, we’ve invited all of our readers to “keep” alongside us to help get this show on the road.
Tastemakers flock to Keep.com to collect all of their favorite things from their favorite shops. This means you’ll be shoulder-to-shoulder with all your style heroes as you create your very own dream boutique. Keep.com makes it easy to discover, collect, and purchase. No more hunting for the buy button!
Last week we shared a collection of DIY party invitations to pique the curiosity of your party guests. This week, we’re pairing up delicious party sweets with dynamite serving pieces to deliver the ultimate in taste and presentation at your next party.
Spring is here and we’re throwing an epic outdoor party with Keep.com! The first thing we did was load up our Keep.com collections with invites, supplies, party decor and everything else to make the soiree a memorable affair.
What is Keep.com? Keep.com is a visually inspiring marketplace. You’re wowed by hand picked fashion, food, and craft supplies, then you are one click away from the purchase. Whether your planning a party or looking for your warm weather wardrobe, Keep.com lets you collect your finds and then invite friends and family to check it out. It’s like owning your own specialty boutique.
Now let’s talk about this spring bash that i’m trying to pull off. I thought it would be cool to ask you guys to help me with the planning by sharing with me your fav party supplies and web shops that carry them. You’ll need to sign up for Keep.com and basically start keeping your super fab finds. You follow me on Keep.com and I’ll follow you. Let’s start sharing!
A great event starts with a fantastic invitation. We found ten that will get the party goers running to their calendars to save the date. DIY projects and pre-made cards by indie makers all made the list. Where do you buy your invites? Let us know by Keeping them!
Join me as we take a look at some of the best party invitations of the season…
Hands down, this has to be the coolest wrapping paper ever. The only hard part would be finding a gift to top the package!
You can order the animal gift wrap pack for $6.75 from the super fab Le Petit Pot shop on Etsy. Happy wrapping!
Easter Carrots Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Even your little ones can help make these super cute and easy-to-make Easter treats. The ones pictured above are from Harry & David, but you can find a recipe for making your own here.
Bird’s Nest Macaroons
Create lovely little speckled robin’s eggs using a toothbrush and some blue food coloring, and then make a coconut macaroon nest to hold them. Get the recipe and tutorial at The Fauxmartha.
Glitter & Confetti Filled Easter Eggs
You can’t eat them, but these DIY Easter eggs from Griottes are super sweet all the same. It’s considered to be good luck when you break the glitter and confetti filled eggs–known as cascarones–over someone’s head.
Update: You can also find a tutorial for this confetti egg game–with a fun twist–over at Oh Happy Day.
Rich Chocolate Cake with Truffle-Egg Nest
Truffle eggs tinted robin’s egg blue and tucked inside nests of milk chocolate shavings atop a gorgeous chocolate cake… need I say more? Visit Martha Stewart for the recipe.
Baby Carrots Planted in Hummus with Roasted Garlic
How fun are these baby carrots with parsley leaves dipped in mini planters filled with hummus? Head over to La Receta de la Felicidad for the recipe.
If you haven’t already jumped on the Instagram bandwagon, Idafrosk’s whimsical food art is reason enough to hop on board. The Norwegian photographer/foodie draws inspiration from everyday life to serve up a daily stream of amazing breakfast art using ingredients found in her kitchen.
Here are a few favorites…
Up In the Air (With Blind Passenger)
Happy Valentines Day Lovebirds
Holy Breakfast, Batman!
I simply had to share this piñata cake our fab contributor Victoria Hudgins shared recently on A Subtle Revelry. Is this not every kid’s dream or what?
Making the cake is a snap, thanks to Victoria’s easy-to-follow instructions. Head over to her site for all the details!