I know, I know, it's TGIF, but I kind of like sitting down to think about all the fun things I've been excited about this week.
Like bread. Bread making is a bit of work, especially if you, like me, lack a stand mixer. But with books like this, everyone can make bread! No, really. I put off their method of bread making for a long time because I didn't have a big container to store the dough in (lame, I know) but now that I've done it...it's incredible. It saves time, and the bread is so good. I can't go back to store-bought. I really can't. I tried. (Unless, of course, it's Japanese sandwich bread...I need to find a recipe for that stuff!)
I really want this collection. The colors are lovely and not the usual bright, enthusiastic spring colors; I love that they're a bit subdued. And these are full-sized bottles! It's a steal.
Also, I have a confession. I actually really like her. And her book. I didn't really read it for the fashion advice; I read it more because I think she's got fire and spunk and class, and I like her narrative. I read an interview she did in some big magazine a couple weeks ago while I was waiting to get my hair cut; she's sardonic and hilarious, and I think she does well for herself. She's not just Beckham's wife.
You know the way most people feel about shoes? I feel that way about earrings. (Who am I kidding? I feel that way about shoes, too). But the point is, I want these. In all their sparkly, colorful goodness. That green! It's killing me.
I heart bracelets, too. I got one of these for my birthday (in a pretty olive green color), and they're stackable and I want more. I like shiny things. S. said Valentine's Day is coming. I guess that's a hint. Or did I give the hint?
Matchbook Magazine. Cute. And fresh! I like it.
This cake is beautiful. I want piping skills like that!
And lastly, these are so cute. I've never tried something like this, and now I really want to. What should I make?