summer may be coming to an end, but these tropical downloads are making us hold onto it a bit longer… margot + co made these bright and happy desktops for us this week! click through below to download them for your phone or computer…
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we’re excited to giveaway a Cuero&Mør blush pink mini tote from their latest collection! each bag is handmade in spain and they come in the most beautiful colors. one lucky winner will receive their new blush pink tote, and it comes with the cutest little clutch inside. click through below to enter and get an exclusive discount on their entire collection. good luck, everyone!
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i’d never made popsicles before but now that we tried this recipe i’m hooked! they seriously couldn’t be easier. you basically just shove everything into the molds and freeze. we made ours with vanilla yogurt and they turned out perfectly sweet but you could also swap in plain greek yogurt if you’re watching your sugar intake. we purchased the granola at Sprouts but, if you have the time i’d make your own. this is by far my favorite granola recipe, six ingredients, naturally sweetened and tastes like dessert. – joanie
p.s these are the molds we used!
what you’ll need:
makes 6 popsicles
• 2 cups vanilla yogurt
• 3 kiwis sliced
• 6-8 strawberries hulled and sliced
• 1 cup pre-made granola
• 2-3 tablespoons honey
• wash and slice your fruit. next spoon a layer of yogurt into your molds, about 3 tablespoon worth. add the fruit, pushing it into the yogurt so that it’s covered. add more yogurt as needed until it’s almost full.
• in a small bowl, mix the granola with the honey until evenly covered or until the granola sticks together and can be molded. we used a granola mix that contained roasted almonds and coconut flakes. most health food stores will carry a variety of granola mixes in the bulk section.
• add the granola as the final layer into the popsicle molds and insert the popsicle sticks. Freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight for a sturdier popsicle.
styling by: joanie cusack and ivan solis
photos by: ivan solis
one trend i’m loving right now: copper. it makes a beautiful accent color, especially against blush pink, white and black! copper got so popular in the last few years that now you can find it everywhere. you can even make fun DIY projects using copper pipes if you’re into projects. here are some of my favorite copper accent pieces here for you to add this metal element into your home. happy decorating! – erika
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fun sketchbook like tanks found over here