Knits on Knits and other good reads for today …

Knits on Knits

LOFT sweater xsp (my review), Ann Taylor sweater skirt sz xxsp c/oDIY leopard clutch (my tutorial), Kate Spade licorice heels (old color)I’ve mentioned this Ann Taylor sweater skirt a few times now and just wanted to show how it looks when on! It’s long enough for the office (mine measured …

Original 1m read with 5 photos on extrapetite.com

Circular Framed Planters Add Living Art to Your Walls

All images by Anne Liles Photography A floral designer and gardner, Kim Fisher has moved the pleasures of garden creation indoors, producing vertical planters that decorate the wall rather than tabletop or window sill. These round, transparent planters surround the greenery inside with a simple aluminum frame, focusing attention on …

Original under 1m read with 5 photos on thisiscolossal.com

WE ♥ SUNDAYS

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Original under 1m read with 9 photos on stylelovely.com

9 of the Spookiest Types of Produce

When it comes to Halloween produce, pumpkins have a stronghold. There’s nothing quite like a moody pile, whether or not you take the time to carve them. But there’s no reason other types of produce can’t fit into the holiday just as well. After all, pumpkins weren’t even the first jack-o’-lanterns, turnips …

Original 2m read with 5 photos on food52.com

Worth It or Not Worth It: Salt Baking

Salt has long been used as a preservative: Coating something in this moisture-sucking mineral makes it an unfriendly environment for spoilage-causing and potentially harmful microorganisms.  This versatile chemical compound can also be used as a cooking medium. The benefits of salt baking are three: seasoning, tenderizing, and even cooking. Seasoning may …

Original 1m read with 3 photos on food52.com

8 Food Blog Links We Love

We’ve scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we’re bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it. Today: 8 delicious recipes that have nothing to do with candy or pumpkins, but use a few tricks to make plenty of …

Original 1m read with 9 photos on food52.com

granola : white chocolate + cherry + macademia + coconut

I’m a breakfast person. Maybe it’s because I’m not a morning person, and it gives me a motive to get out of bed when I’m tangled up in dream webs and sheets. Or maybe it’s a metabolic, blood sugar thing. And for two to three years (I’m really bad at …

Original 4m read with 17 photos on localmilkblog.com

#InstaFav: October’s best IKEA hacks on Instagram

Happy Saturday and hope your weekend is off to a great start. It’s time for October’s best IKEA hacks from Instagram. If you need a jolt of inspo, head on over to Instagram, follow some of these amazing bloggers and DIYers and you will be brimming with ideas in no …

Original 4m read with 30 photos on ikeahackers.net

Apple Cider Cupcakes

When my husband and I were living in Logan, UT, he introduced me to the best made-from-scratch apple cider. They grew the apples right there in Logan, then juiced the apples right there on site. The cider was seriously amazing and I looked forward to it every fall (and even …

Original 3m read with 3 photos on sixsistersstuff.com

B R E A T H E | EQX

  One question I get asked frequently is how I stay fit when I travel so much…well this post is dedicated for you folks! On top of already having an extremely high metabolism courtesy of my fathers side of the family, I also owe a lot to Equinox gyms. From New …

Original 2m read with 9 photos on iamgalla.com