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happy monday links | seven

We are finishing up a glorious four day weekend here in Australia, Easter holidays are the best. It has been a perfect mix of wholesome outdoorsy-ness (Blue Mountains hike and a quick ocean dip), achieving practical things (a whole load of wedding stuff) and lazing about (fiiiinally watching How I Met Your Mother on Netflix). Besides all of that, here are some things I have been clicking on recently: – Beautiful watercolour rocks. – The prettiest cake. – I just can’t deal with how cute this bikini is. – Fave instagram find this week. – Oh hai. – Love this colour palette. Photo by me. Follow along on Pinterest to see more things I like. 

happy monday links | six

Just stopping by to share a few favourite links from the past few weeks – enjoy and happy Monday! – I will be making some of this in the next couple of months. – Grow your own pineapple?! – We don’t need to do all the things. – Such a sweet surprise. – Snowy bliss. Photo by me, see more iphone snaps on my instagram.

happy monday (ish) links | four

So it’s not actually Monday in Australia, but I’m going to post this anyway because honestly I forgot to post it yesterday (such organised). Also, this is my last post of 2014 and I didn’t want to miss it!! There is still time to get making before the holiday season is over, so I thought I would share some of my favourite festive diys from the past few weeks. These simple diy decorations that would look great all year round. Adorable mini balloons, no puff required. Magic cookies. Perfect leggings for Christmas day. The prettiest tree topper. You can also check out my 2014 holiday diys: Some tips for making your own wreath. Bring the disco to a New Years party. Pretty paper votives. Balloon mistletoe for a merry kissmas. See more stuff I like on my pinterest boards. Have a wonderful end of 2014! See you next year. xx    

happy monday links | three

Now that the seasons are changing I am fully starting to understand America’s love affair with ‘fall’ – you literally can’t move for pumpkins. America loves a pumpkin. And who am I kidding, when they are this teensy and cute, so do I. Even though it is still pretty warm in San Francisco you can definitely sense the seasonal change. I’m so ready for tights and boots, I’ve pretty much been chasing the sun round the world this year. Between the summer in the UK and then arriving here I really only had three weeks of winter in Australia. My body clock is going to be all over the show when I get back to summery Sydney in a few weeks. It’s a bumper pack this week! There is so much internet goodness happening at the moment – here are a few links to enjoy. Please give me this entire outfit immediately and I will wear it every day. Thanks. Let’s all go to Croatia, it looks like a dream. I love this sweet and …

happy monday links | two

Here are a few things I have been enjoying on the internet this week. This beautiful ice cream photography and styling. Seriously lovely. Marzipan and challah are two of my favourite things, combining them is pure genius. Wondering if I can recreate this with hair chalk? This friendly washi tape. And to finish, possibly the best instagram I’ve ever seen. (Photo by me, taken at Baker Beach, SF.) posted by Claire.  

happy monday links | one

I have been meaning to start this series for the longest time, I’m not quite sure why I haven’t gotten around to it. Does anyone else have a long list of blog stuff that just seems to take forever to do?! In an effort to spread the love, I will be sharing some of my favourite links from around the magical land of the interwebs every week. Friday seems to be ‘link day’ for most people, but I figured that we can all do with a bit of a distraction at the start of the week (Friday is fun enough as it is) so I’ll be posting on Mondays. Here is what I have been enjoying this week. Some wonderful ladies spent a weekend crafting and eating delicious food on the NSW coast, and I can’t believe I missed it! See more here and here. Looking forward to seeing this colourful and creative book when it is finished. Fascinated by these beautiful shoes. Excuse me while I go and emboss every piece of paper I …

click on these, it’s fun.

Ok so I have been meaning to add a blogroll foreverrrr, but just haven’t got round to it yet. Instead, I am going to tell you about a few of my favourite blogs. I follow loads of great blogs on bloglovin, so have tried to choose a varied selection – hopefully you’ll find something new and awesome to read. I might make this a regular feature, it’s always nice to share the love! Dos Family is run by two Swedish ladies who paint their homes in awesome colours, like to dress up with animal heads and have the coolest kids in town. There is a lot of pink on their blog, which is definitely a good thing. Hawaiian Coconut is a tumblr run by Emily Faulstich, a photographer living in Cape Town. Her photos are dreamy, and her beachy shots always give me wanderlust. Design and Form is another Swedish blog that I really enjoy reading. Emma posts lots of design inspiration, but it is her minimal, simple but very clever DIYs that make it …