It has been forever since we have done a Friday Favorites post! We are about to head out with the kids for our Friday night pool + pizza tradition, but first, I wanted to share all the good things!
Our very first BOGO SALE in the print shop!! I am so excited to work on some new prints for the holidays, but first, we must have a sale! Grab your favorite two prints (like the set of Roald Dahl quotes!!) and use coupon code BOGO to get one free!!! This sale will last through Sunday night!
The brown butter popcorn you absolutely MUST make this Fall.
Wine delivery. Yep, we are obsessed. Since we started doing online grocery ordering + pickup, browsing the wine aisle is no longer a thing, and every time we wanted a bottle, we were out. I came across Winc a few months ago, we ordered a box & we freaking love it. I’m obviously a sucker for good packaging, but so far every single bottle we tried is amazing. We are really into reds and rosé for the summer, but I don’t think you can go wrong with any of these. This is totally not sponsored, but you can use my referral link (if you’re into that sort of thing!) for $20 off a delivery! And for reference, the Summer Water is hands down the best rosé I have ever had.
Our favorite tutu dresses for girls are back this year in all sizes & tons of pretty colors, they were wardrobe staples for Fall & Winter!
It’s Anthro Day, which means 20% off everything + free shipping. I couldn’t resist this pink globe!!!
My all time favorite essential oils diffuser blend that smells just like Anthropologie volcano candles.
Also, I’m calling it. Cutest skirt of the season! Ordered in all the girls sizes!
And last but very not least, our super simple strawberry breakfast pie (aka. jumbo poptart) recipe! We had a few jars of homemade strawberry preserves leftover that we made earlier this summer, so we decided this would be the best way to use some! Using a pre-made pie crust from the grocery store, I rolled it out, filled it with strawberry preserves & put the top layer over it. We pressed it closed, brushed it with a bit of melted butter & used a fork to seal the edges. I baked it at 425 for not even 20 minutes, cut it into smaller pop tart sized pieces & frosted it with a simple homemade buttercream. This was a super easy (and way fun!) breakfast that can be made in under half an hour. Plus it makes a ton, so we delivered some to our pregnant mama friends!! 😉
That’s all we have today, folks! Have the best weekend ever!! XO