Awww. you guys!! Look at baby Gordon rocking his mama-made football jersey at his first birthday party. Many of you have been asking for this post in time for football season and we are happy to announce that it is back! Make one and send us a pic!
Click here for the full Football Jersey from a T-shirt Tutorial.
I’m a huge proponent of organizing books by color (especially children’s books), because that’s how I remember them. I forget titles and authors but I can always picture the cover in my mind’s eye, which makes this the most efficient way for me to organize my book collection. You can sort of see some of my rainbow book collection in the pic of my living room, above. Every bookshelf in my house (and there are six) is a rainbow. Scarlet is the same way as me as far as how her memory works, so her bookshelves are also organized by color. The added bonus is, it looks great and makes a bookshelf appear less scattered and more like a design element. Here’s some of my favorite rainbow bookshelves for inspiration.
So pretty surrounding a fireplace in a bright white room, at SFGirlbyBay.
Rainbow books while you dine, at Vogue
Boho rainbow of books at myparadissi.
Love the chunky dark wood shelves, at Refinery 29.
Floor to ceiling rainbow books at stylecaster.
So, how do you organize your books?
Last year some of our most popular posts took an unexpected sabbatical. We finally tracked them down at various artist retreats in Upstate New York and hippie communes in New Mexico. They have “found themselves” and are back feeling refreshed and inspired to do great work here at Pretty Prudent.
First up we have an adorable DIY Monogrammed Hair Clip modeled by a teeny tiny baby Quinn. Check it.
Been missing any other posts that have been away “in treatment for exhaustion?” Mention them here and we will put them to the top of the to-do list.
I love what spinach artichoke dip represents. Which, to me, is extreme creamy deliciousness with a lovely guise of healthiness. OH IT HAS VEGETABLES. I AM MAKING A HEALTHY CHOICE. Nevermind all the cheese. Don’t look behind the curtain. The good news is, you can easily skinny-up this dish by choosing the low-fat versions of all the good stuff (cream cheese, sour cream, shredded cheese) and because of the spices and the way this combo melds together, you’ll never notice. It will be healthIER but I am not crazy enough to name this recipe “skinny” on it’s own.
Anyhoo, I love making this in the crock pot so you can slow-cook the flavors together while saving room in your oven for the main course, as well as serve the dip warm (as it should be, cold spinach-artichoke dip isn’t quite as appealing as, say, cold pizza). Give this one a shot. It’s always a hit at my parties and I get mad requests for it when we head out for get-togethers with friends.
Get our recipe for The Best Crock Pot Spinach Artichoke Dip after the jump… (more…)