Friday Favourites: A Little Bit of Everything

TGIF! My busy week, and semester is slowing down .
I couldn't be happier!
 I need some more relaxing me time aka shopping, baking and TV.
These are a few of my favourites from this week.

Favourite Recipe:
Beyond Frosting: Maple Snickerdoodle Cups
I think these look so yummy!
I was introduced to snickerdoodle recently, and it tastes amazing.
These little bit sized cups look delicious with a little drop of icing on the top.
Can't decide what to bake this weekend, but this is great idea.

Favourite Outfit:
(The link is broken, but it sends me to Google)
I love this outfit - classic little black dress with a patterned heel.
Classy with a fun shoe.
Not appropriate in every situation but I really like this!

Favourite Halloween Makeup:
Oh Deer by Katie Mae Dickinson 
I think this is a great costume idea for halloween, as well the make up is great!
I love this idea.

Favourite Fall Decor:
Amazing Interior Design: 10 Amazing Log Decor Ideas for Your Home
Similar DIY from Ali does it
This would be such a cool DIY idea to hang a few things off of in your hallway.
It may look difficult to make, but I don't think it would be too bad!

Favourite Clothing Item:
"Sweat-wicking with four-way stretch, this fabric's interlock construction gives great support and coverage with a cool, smooth feel"

I've had these for a few weeks now, and I love them!
They are not the same as the original lulu feel, that starts to get pilly and fluffy after a few wears.
I also love the fact that these are high waisted (but can roll down) - this makes it so comfy to wear!


  1. love this!

  2. Definitely something i would try out in my new apartment! Thanks for sharing!


  3. Absolutely love the branch coat rack!

  4. i am in the process of making the stick-coat/scarf rack...i have found that it's easier to build the frame,then hold the sticks across the frame and mark where you need them cut and i used a table saw...having some trouble with the sticks splitting a little but love it and am building it for my new tiny mountain cabin...thanks for sharing !

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