Saturday, June 9, 2012

What I Bookmarked This Week

It's Saturday - time to share my weekly bookmarks with you. These are recipes I want to try or projects that have inspired me. Here are a few from this week I hope they inspire you as well.

I love this Tutti Frutti Stuffed French Toast from Family Fresh Cooking - I think we may try it out today or tomorrow!

Tutti Fruitti stuffed french toast recipe on Family Fresh Cooking blog

Hope Studios made Frozen Yogurt Dots - so simple and I think they would make a great snack.  I'm all over this one!

Triple Chocolate Caramel Butterscotch Bread from Shugary Sweets.  What can I say other than YUM!

I love the Wood Bead Chandelier that Tatertots and Jello put together.  I have the same exact black chandelier in my kitchen and I would love to add this detail.

This Reading Corner is from The Silhouette blog.  I love it and would love to create a corner similar to this in the kids area.

I eat a ton of oatmeal (have I mentioned that one or two or a thousand times?)  I save my containers and now I know what to do with them!  I love this Desk Organizer from Katie's Nesting Spot.

And look at this neat Mod Podge TP Holder from C.R.A.F.T.

mod podge TP holder

You can find a lot more of my favorite things on Pinterest .
Also don't forget, if you have been bookmarked on my site be sure to grab a button from my sidebar!

These are few of the many things in the blogosphere that have inspired me this week - what has inspired you??


  1. Hey! You are from my new favorite city! Visited in November and loved Nashville :)

    Thanks for pinning the dots, I'm addicted.

  2. Funny, I just fixed french toast for my family for breakfast this morning. I'll have to check out your fancy-shmancy version link.

  3. Those yogurt dots look fun and easy! I also like the upcycled desk organizer. I use something similar, and I put in toilet paper/paper towel rolls for more sections. :)

  4. OMG, the chocolate caramel butterscotch bread looks sooooo delicious. i think i'll try the yogurt dots too - they look like a fab snack!

  5. Thanks so much for bookmarking me this weekend! I'm glad I've given you an idea for how to use the empty oatmeal containers. The wrappers came off really easily from mine and the base was all white on the outside. I was thinking they'd also make great containers for giving out cookies at the holidays. You could even stamp them instead of covering in paper.

  6. I don't know whether I want the bread or those cute frozen yogurt dots! Both sound so delicious!

  7. I keep meaning to try those dots - they look so good! I have that bread bookmarked too :)


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