Natural Easter Egg Dyes, Egg Recipes, Robin's Egg Cakes

For all the time I spend perusing the internet when I’m not working or editing photos, I thought it might be worth sharing some of the random bits of wisdom I acquire. Here are my favorites from this week:

  • After reading about some of the mouthwatering recipes in this cookbook (like Poached Yolk-Stuffed Ravioli and the Roasted Bone Marrow), I’m pretty sure I need The Perfect Egg for all future brunch endeavors.
  • These natural Easter egg dyes make for beautiful results. I love the beautiful blue the red cabbage dye creates.
  • How pretty are these mini robin’s egg cakes? I have to admit, applying chocolate with a paintbrush looks like fun.
  • Dream destination: found.
  • Seriously mulling over these sleek red mules (and they’re on sale!).
  • Random tip: one part vinegar and three parts water gets rid of clothing wrinkles – cheaper than store-bought wrinkle releaser and easier on your fabrics.

Find more of my favorite images and recipes on my pinterest and tumblr!

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That mini cake looks soooo tasty!! 😀 May have to try that sometime


Oooh I love this wrinkle release tip!! Does it make your clothes smell like vinegar though? Great post!


Good point! And I'm not sure, but I do know white vinegar is also great remedy for removing odors so it might be ok. I bet between just the small amount in the solution and air-drying, it won't be too vinegar-y.


omg!!! that bone marrow though!!!!

Have a wonderful Easter weekend!
Animated Confessions


Definitely trying that wrinkle eraser and the natural egg dyes! Thanks for sharing.



Great links, thank you for sharing and Happy Easter! I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin. If you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

Camille xo

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