Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

June 07, 2013

We might not be wearing as many layers as this little guy, but we sure know how he feels! Have a great weekend, and we’ll see you Monday. In the meantime, here are a few links we enjoyed reading this week:

Daily Candy took us on a tour of children’s watercolor artist Sarah Nicholas Williams’ imagination-filled workspace. Check out her website as well to view her prints, puzzles, picture books, and dishes.

Pink & Navy is such a beautiful color combination for a nursery.

Have you heard of The Glow, a website that offers a glimpse into the lives, homes, and closets of some very fashionable moms?

The New Rules for Sunscreen (for both you and your children).

Homemade Raspberry Chocolate Fudge Pops. Yum! (Also: It’s Strawberry Season! Our 28 Best Summer Strawberry Recipes.)






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