If you want really good food camping, take my parents with you. Or hire them to cater your trip. Aebelskivers — Danish pancakes (really more like a little doughnut, a sphere of sugary, fluffy goodness — see pan featured in this sketch). French toast with homemade rasberry sauce, fresh blueberries and hot maple syrup (syrup heated up in this cute little Lodge cast iron butter warmer as seen in sketch). Homemade pineapple, raspberry, grapefruit, lemon and lime juices. Falafel fried in a cast iron pot over a beach fire. Best-ever Reubens. My mom working her food magic — cooking over the 35 year old Coleman stove we used when my sister and I were kids. Oh, and don't forget your watercolors and sketchbook.
Ever since I painted these rocks with some kids' Crayola neon pink paint a couple months ago, I have been dying to do something else with this color. The highlighters I got a month ago didn't quite cut it. The Berol Prismacolor pencil I got yesteredy is perfect! Also, I have had this color palette floating around in my head for about a month— inspired by a weekend of shopping with some girlfriends in Portland. The tan sketchpad — love. Made myself NOT use a black pen — stuck with the pencil for a lighter touch. I always wanted to be a fashion ilustrator. :)
Watercolor for a greeting card set for Mama's birthday.
That cool tape from Target has really come in handy! :) Happy Valentine's Day!