Friday, February 3, 2012

Friday Happies

Word has it that the Groundhog saw his shadow but if six more weeks of winter consist of the winter weather that we've had so far this year, I'll welcome it with open arms. The sun has been shining, Jack Frost seems to be hiding, and aside from a small dusting a few weeks ago, there isn't a snowflake in sight! I toodled around town today in my gold glitter TOMS today and all I needed (I'll admit, more because it's cute and not because it's warm) was a pashmina. I'll be happy if this weather is a sign that I can retire my boots and heavy coats until next winter.

I made a darling Winter wreath last year for our front door. I had my heart set on making something for Valentine's Day but I ran out of time. Luckily, I had some pink grosgrain ribbon and red tulle in my craft room. With 5 minutes and a new bow, I was able to remix last year's wreath with a little pop of pink & red for Valentine's day.

Speaking of love, last week's pink roses were starting to droop- but I wasn't ready to part with them yet! I cut them, placed them in stemless wine glasses filled with water, and placed them on a glass cake stand under a gold charger. Now we have a pretty little arrangement on our table.

After months of hearing nothing but rave reviews about the Clarisonic Mia 2, I finally purchased one myself. I have been using this little thing for almost a month now and it has exceeded my expectations and beyond. My skin has never felt so clean and smooth. I struggled with my skin as a teenager and now that I'm 26, I finally have a regimen and products that work for me and I'm happy with my complexion. My Mia 2 is now like buttercream frosting on the cupcake! A splurge it was, but it was worth every penny! I. AM. OBSESSED.

How cute is this flower? It's made from a coffee filter! I have no clue yet what to do with these but now that I know how to make them, I have some ideas brewing. I will be sure to post my end result!

It's Friday, which means it's pizza night at the Moore house! My homemade dough is rising and is almost ready for topping and baking. If you haven't tried this recipe yet, you really need to make it happen. I promise it's worth the love you put into it! Tonight we're making our usual favorite Roasted Mushroom with Arugula and Prosciutto. Our second pizza is going to be topped with Roasted Red Pepper Pistachio Pesto, goat cheese and mozzarella. I can't wait to devour these beauties (don't worry, we save leftovers for weekend lunch!)

Happy Super Bowl Weekend!

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