Monday, April 1, 2013

Last Week's Links


follow me on instagram @kirstenkrason

I hope you all had a fabulous Easter! We spent the day at church and with family and enjoyed every second. Now here are all the things I loved last week! 


1 | I love tote bags and use them for everything which is why I need one of these designer tote bags! 

2 | I love all things nautical, patterned and colorful so this print is calling my name.
3 | Tile that looks like hardwood? I need this!
4 | How smart is this idea by Melanie Blodgett to use candy buttons as a party backdrop.
5 | I love keeping up with Autumn's house progress on her blog and this striped island is genius!
6 | Some great tips to market your blog using Pinterest found here.


7 | Nothing is better for Spring than a great floral blazer. This one is the blazer of my dreams.
8 | Black and white is all the rage right now. This skirt will look good with almost anything.
9 | Having a party? This rainbow printable invite is darling.
10 | I made this healthy chicken jambalaya last week for dinner and we LOVED it!



DISCLOSURE: COMPENSATED AFFILIATE LINKS USED

4 comments:

  1. That striped island is beyond gorgeous!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I agree with Kelsey, that striped island is beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  3. We used black tile that looks like hardwood in our kitchen. We love it!
    http://goodlifeblog.org/kitchen-reveal/

    ReplyDelete
  4. Awe! Your little Jane is too sweet in her Easter dress. =) My favorites from your picks this week...black and white skirt and Wood Tile. We carry a ton in our store in Beaumont and I absolutely love it. I suggest it to anyone with kids pretty much! So kid friendly and indestructible.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. It means a lot. I try and answer any questions directly in the comment section so if you ask a question come back to look for my answer. However it is much easier for me to answer questions through email at kirstenkrason@gmail.com.

Have a Great Day!

Related Posts with Thumbnails