Inspiration Friday (on Wednesday) - random finds

I am signing off for the week, so I moved up my inspiration Friday post to today.  Without further ado, here are a few things that caught my eye this past week or so!

Chocolate Cabbage leaves and vanilla ice cream?  Yes please.  Pretty sure my mom and I are doing this at Christmas this year.  Thanks Martha.

Chocolate Cabbage Leaves with Vanilla Ice Cream:

I adore this gallery wall.  I was kind of over this whole trend until I saw this one.  This wall has pulled me back in.  I need to get more art on our walls and this is a great way to do it!  This interior is from BHG.

Why not take things to an entirely new level of novel with your next gallery wall project? By hanging pieces in a tight floor-to-ceiling configuration, this complex composition begs to be browsed. It's a great solution for those who have an extensive art collection that would otherwise be collecting dust in storage. /:

I cannot stop thinking about The Lark in Santa Barbara.  I was lucky enough to eat there with my family a couple of weeks ago.  One word:  amazing.  Not only was the food incredibly delicious, many of the dishes came out looking like works of art.  I am attempting to recreate the beet salad for my Thanksgiving dinner.  I know it won't come close, but I'm excited to try.



The beet salad:



I bought these boots a couple weeks ago and wore them for the first time this week.  Love them and they were super comfortable.  Anthro has lots of cute clog boots this season.  Like these (also in black), and these.

Antelope Clea Clog Boots #anthropologie:

I spent a lot of time in my studio this week.  These are watercolor gift tags I designed.  I know I sound like a broken record, but I am really loving watercolor right now.  You can find these tags in my shop






















You've probably seen this, but I had to share Jimmy Fallon and Adele (Like the rest of the world, I have 25 on repeat).  I LOVE when Fallon does these classroom instruments skits or whatever you want to call them.  My favorite is still Mariah Carey, but this one does not disappoint.



If you celebrate Thanksgiving I hope you have a good one.  I am so thankful for my wonderful family and friends, for the time I have to create, and for this space to share everything going on in my head.  Thanks for reading.  Gobble, gobble!  I'm off to cook.


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