Happy Cinco De Mayo!
I’ve been really busy this quarter with school so I haven’t had much time to plan posts. Since I’m always drawing I figured I could at least post some doodles in the mean time. So, welcome to my sketchbook series! Once a week I’ll post a page from my sketchbook to give you a peek at my thoughts on paper. Enjoy!
There comes a time when eating routines can get a little boring. The last thing I want around lunchtime is another boring cold cut sandwich. In an attempt to add some excitement to my meals, I picked up some fresh ingredients at the store yesterday to make sandwiches with a little something extra. The ingredients are fresh and healthy, and can easily be made into a sandwich or a salad. Here is a similar recipe to what I made. I just added carrots and tomatoes, and used a pita with a pocket instead of one without.
I’d like to point out that this is my 50th post! I started this blog as a way to encourage myself to do projects outside of school and work, and as a way to push myself to doodle more. I’ve had this blog for a little over a year now, and though 50 isn’t a lot of posts compared to people who blog regularly, it’s still a milestone for me, and I plan on doodling even more over the next year.
Laser cut flats seem to be popping up everywhere in Spring fashion this year. Choosing a favorite can be tough, but for me, the price is what will ultimately make the decision. Two of the above shoes are splurges, and two are saves. Can you guess which ones are which?
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Are you shocked? Personally I think the Forever 21 flats look just as nice as the ones from Madewell (which are GORGEOUS), and they’re just a sixth of the cost! Today I bought myself the Old Navy ones above. They will be the perfect pop of color to my typically neutral (and by neutral I mean navy blue) wardrobe. Oh, and they come in eight different colors. Eight! I guarantee that at least one of the available colors will fit perfectly into your wardrobe, whether you like neutrals, brights, or metallics.
Happy first day of March! This is going to be an exciting month. I’ll be finishing my second quarter of grad school, celebrating Saint Patty’s day (which is a huge deal in Savannah), going to the beach for a few days with some friends, and seeing my parents and little sister. I can’t wait! Here’s a little doodle that will hopefully get you excited about spring, too.
To celebrate this day of love, hearts, pink and prettiness I decided to make Valentines themed Oreo Pops to give to my friends. They were a hit, and a whole lot easier to make than cake pops! Here’s how to make them. Happy Valentines Day!