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Psst! I’m going to tell you a secret. I am very intimidated by a blank sketchbooks. That’s why I love the new art journal called Drawing Nature by Jill Bliss. Today is the first stop on her blog tour and I am so excited to share with you this great... Read more »

Today we posted up Katie Goodman’s beautiful recipe for Quiche Lorraine. Now take a look at her worst kitchen disaster posted on her food blog, Good Life Eats. So many of us are used to her amazing recipes and mouth-watering photos that we probably she’s impervious to something like this.... Read more »

Quiche is perfect for Easter, Mother's Day, or other spring celebrations. I especially like how versatile quiche is, because it works well for any meal - breakfast, brunch, or dinner. Serve this with a side salad, such as a strawberry spinach salad, to feature more beautiful spring produce. Read more »

Crafter Evie S has compiled a Top 150 Makers Blog List where she measured and ranked them based on five pieces of criteria: Alexa rank, compete traffic, Google pagerank, Google reader subscribers, and Yahoo! inlinks. We are so excited that we are #2 on this list! Amazing! Thank you lovely... Read more »

7X7SF covers this heart-warming story of San Francisco groom-to-be Jason Fordley who hired artist Andres Amador to create this amazing large-scale sand mural wedding proposal at Ocean Beach for his girlfriend Kelly Riplinger. Needless to say, she said YES! From the article: Here’s how it all went down: Several years... Read more »

French onion soup is my absolute favorite and I love having it for lunch at my favorite little French bistro nearby. The key to the soup to me is that tasty french bread and heavenly cheese. Smitten Kitchen shows you how to make your own french onion soup complete with... Read more »

I know Father’s Day is still a ways away but I couldn’t resist this updated tutorial for a Father’s Day tie by Molly of The Purl Bee featuring new Liberty of London Tana Lawn prints. Read more »