Today’s link round-up covers dark circles (ha!), easy fashion and beauty, healthy snacks, and a little bit of DIY inspiration.
I’m convinced that every mom struggles with dark circles at least once in a while (mine never go away) PixiwooÃ‚Â saves the day by showing us how to use the color wheel to find the best concealer for our undereye circles.
Cupcakes and CashmereÃ‚Â shows off the most adorable summer dress, complete with classic summer stripes and a nautical vibe.
Family Fitness FunÃ‚Â shows us a couple of healthy banana muffins and garbanzo bean brownies she prepared and they look delicious. Speaking of, it’s rare that I make a “healthy” snack everyone’s obsessed with, but I made a batch of these on-the-go muffins (similar to those on Family Fitness Food) featured on Tone It Up when my mom and stepdad were in town, and they disappeared so quickly! Everyone in the house was impressed by how tasty they were.
If you love your coffee in the morning, afternoon, eveningÃ¢â‚¬Â¦whenever you can get it, you may be as intrigued by this mason jar iced coffee from Alaska from Scratch as I was.
Ciao BellaÃ‚Â shows us how to get the beachy, beautiful waves of summer hair.
Becoming Martha updates us on a project I missed the first time around, but would love to try. She created Ric Rac Cuff Sheets for much less (almost $100 less!) than the Pottery Barn Kid’s version.
Saved by Love CreationsÃ‚Â shows us a quick and easy way to make an adorable beach-inspired basket from felt, shells, and a few other materials. You can make it to match any dÃƒÂ©cor.
Photo credit: Sean Hillmeyer, Cupcakes and Cashmere, Family Fitness Food, Alaska from Scratch, Ciao Bella, Becoming Martha, Saved by Love Creations, Ciao Bella