Post image for Gluten Free Cupcake Decorating: Constellations

To go along with the theme, we served gluten free cupcakes decorated with constellations at our Astrology Picnic. They’re a fun and fairly easy cupcake to make at home – not to mention sinfully rich and chocolaty for a gluten free option.  Here is how to make them yourself. Read more »

Krytsal -Aug 13, 2012, 12:46AM
yum, these look great. i didnt have any xanthan gum but wanted to try another substitute other than the one you mention. i searched for ages and came across guar gum. i found the article here
Dani -Jun 19, 2012, 12:58PM
So Nai.... when are you making these for me? <3

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Post image for Guest Post: Summer Tunes from Friendly Fires

Some music just sets the soundtrack for summer. When I hear music from the band Friendly Fires, it doesn’t matter what the weather is outside. I see and feel absolute sunshine no matter what! Read more »

Post image for Creative Inspiration: Origami Street Art

Street Art is not something I would usually describe as delicate and graceful, but with these paper origami installations peppered throughout the streets of Paris, Mademoiselle Maurice has done just that. Read more »

Post image for Small Space Gardening Ideas

On a warm summer morning, what’s better than waking up and stepping right outside onto your patio, barefoot, with no plans other than to explore the gorgeous, overgrown, garden in your backyard, stopping to admire the newly budding flowers and taking in the most exquisite scents your nostrils have ever experienced? Except that most people I know don’t own such a garden. Because our backyards are the size of our bathrooms. Read more »

Amanda -Jun 27, 2012, 11:25AM
So many great ideas to spruce up a garden! I really love the idea of the Dresser Garden; gives the garden a cool, vintage vibe. Chandelier gardens are also adorable! Please be sure to check out!
Tara -Jun 14, 2012, 4:19PM
I love the first one! Weekend project here I come.

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Post image for Saturday DO: Write a poem

Foggy Nature Scene

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Mia -Oct 23, 2012, 1:04AM
Someone save me from this false prophet He preaches from his book of lies Someone save me from these watching people They judge me with their harrowing eyes Someone save me from this pack of burdens They weigh down with their imagined weight Someone find the lost martyrs of honesty They've been replaced with ambassadors of hate Someone remember the meaning of mortality It lives forgotten in the mind of pride Someone free the chains of fantasy It has been bound to perjury's side Someone forget themselves for a lifetime So they might remember themselves in relief Someone remind the world of it's ruin So we might realize a life before the grief
Victoria -Oct 17, 2012, 4:27PM
Matters you should not discart, "You that holds my heart" ------------------------->---->----> From the very start, I gave you my heart. it was the thing with which I did not want to part. I do so hope you don't rip it apart. You that holds my heart. For it is an art, holding a heart. Something you cannot chart. Keep it near not far and safe impart. For it is an art, you that holds my heart. It's something you should take care not to flart. It's something that wont just depart. With the heart, you must embark! Take heart! You, that holds my heart. Together and Apart. . . You. .That holds my heart. --------------------------------->--->---> -Victoria

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Post image for Friday Tunes: A Playlist for Air

Tunes for your Friday, with the theme of Air. Read more »

b -Jun 24, 2012, 1:18PM
hey please make us water signs a play list/ and or a cool clothing match up for the "water' element !thanks FP
Sarees -Jun 11, 2012, 3:03AM
Great playlist and the model wearing dress is wonderful.

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Post image for An Editorial We Love:”I Will Wait for You There” by Damon Heath and Leith Clark

Leith Clark editor and stylist forLula Magazine is like a dream come true for me – I love her vision on life and the way she styles and puts together a wonderful visual story for you to read.  Ever since I found Lula I’ve tried to collect every single issue, and this month’s #14 summer 2012 might just be the best yet.

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canvasofculture -Jun 25, 2012, 11:49PM
i've been putting off subscribing for so long because i already have so many zines lying around, but that first picture totally convinced me. thanks fp!
Prudence and Austere -Jun 08, 2012, 2:18PM
Great editorial! I have never heard of Lula Magazine before but I am so happy to be introduced to it! Thanks for sharing.

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Post image for Nail Art: Art Attack

I recently came across this image that Alexa Chung posted on her Twitter account of DIY Nail Art. I’m sure she was trying to make a funny statement or to see if this trend would actually be picked up in the nail art trend world — after all she’s a trend setter — but it kind of worked.

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Paige -Oct 26, 2012, 7:09PM
This looks terrible...
Polly -Jul 06, 2012, 12:28PM
I would try it on a white basecoat! I think that would make them look a bit more polished. pun intended ;)

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Post image for Happy Friday!

I saw the most beautiful rainbow in Philly last night! It was so vibrant and arched over the Ben Franklin bridge as the sun was setting to create the most amazing view. Read more »

Oksana -Jun 10, 2012, 7:00PM
Every time you see a rainbow there are always 2 of them but its just that the first is way more prominent than the second one. A rainbow occurs when light gets trapped in the water particles in the air and that light refracts once like a prism and creates a rainbow of colors. For the second rainbow to occur the light has to refract twice in the water particle, which is less common, hence why the second rainbow always goes uunnoticed since its more faint. But the cool thing is that the second rainbow will be an inverse of the first so the violet will be on the outside and the red on the inner part of the rainbow!! Also yu can create your own rainbows!! You have to have some initial conditions but it's a cool project to do, simply google it :) Just wanted to share my love for rainbows with all you FP lovers!! Incredible pic!!! Xox
Lindsay -Jun 08, 2012, 12:48PM
Very epic!

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Post image for Ask Brian: Traveling Man

“Dear Brian…My boyfriend is leaving in a month to go backpacking across Europe with his close friends. I know I will miss him tremendously, and I am already having a hard time coping. I know I will be fine, but I am having a hard time listening to him getting excited and planning his trip. I know this is extremely selfish, and to be honest, it is only because I am jealous of the cool experiences he is going to have. I love him so much, but I feel like an awful girlfriend for having these selfish feelings. Any advice?” Read more »

Andy -Jun 08, 2012, 6:54PM
So great! Thank you Brian, advice taken [:
mango -Jun 08, 2012, 3:58PM
oh brian u r awesome!

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Post image for Garden Fest at Free People Denver

We have a fun event taking place at Free People Denver this Saturday from 11am – 3pm – every customer that spends $100 or more will get a basic terracotta flower pot! They will have a decorating table set up with supplies for you to decorate your flower pot and make it special :) For more info visit their facebook page.

zoe -Jun 07, 2012, 6:44PM
crying laughing at angelina's comment
angelina -Jun 07, 2012, 1:12PM
These free people events always make me laugh. A $100 flower pot! Awesome.

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Post image for Poll: Flatforms

Flatforms are this season’s “trend” shoe — they add a little quirkiness to a summer look. They’re not as aggressive as platforms; they have a sweet approach to them with a little bit of elevation.

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Gurley Girl -Jun 08, 2012, 5:53PM
I have to agree with Danielle :( I'm just not a fan of flatforms
danielle -Jun 08, 2012, 5:23PM
those shoes are HIDIOUS!

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