If you’re looking for a unique handmade holiday gift and live in Los Angeles, join us Saturday at the launch party for Jessie’s Girl Designs! We’re huge fans of Jessie’s gorgeous jewelry—I’ve been wearing one of her necklaces for 6 months straight—and can’t wait to celebrate the opening of her etsy store.
We’ll be baking sweet treats for the occasion and The Thirsty Scientist will be on-hand crafting holiday cocktails.
Recipe to follow later this week once I decide exactly what I’m making.
Hope to see you there!
Hi pals, what’s in store this weekend?
Sarah and I are getting into the Halloween spirit. I’m planning to visit a pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect Cinderella Pumpkin to decorate at my friend’s pumpkin carving birthday party.
I think I’ll bring my famous mini pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. Dense and deeply pumpkin and spice flavored to celebrate the season.
I might also make our mini Halloween cookies by substituting the chocolate chips in a standard chocolate chip cookie recipe for black and orange M & M’s as seen above. These are irresistible, I want to eat the picture.
I’m dying to try this Jack-O-Lantern Martini (a Manhattan with hints of pumpkin, apples, and fall spices) created by my friend Jason of The Thirsty Scientist. His mobile mixology services were featured on The Kitchn blog this week! I hear he may have an opening still for Halloween weekend if your party wants to chic it up a notch.
I heart Martha Stewart glitter crafts (as seen here) so much that I actually made these glitter pumpkins 3 years ago and highly recommend the project.
Mine are not a prefect as Martha’s but I was still proud of myself. Wishing you all a crisp and cool weekend.