Creative dates are hard. Not knocking dinner and a movie, but sometimes it’s fun to mix it up a bit. When Erica and I started the Little Things it was very much to help keep us creatively motivated in our everyday work lives. Not just with crafts, but everything we do. And why not with our dates? So every once and while when we think of a fun date idea or activity, you might see a little post about it around here! This past weekend I thought it would be fun to spend our Saturday exploring the farmer’s market and then making a dinner from all market ingredients.
Can we just take a moment to sing the praises of one of my favorite cocktails, the moscow mule? Light, refreshing, citrusy, and a wonderful ginger kick? Man, I could go for one of those right now. But, alas, I am writing this post at 11 am so…I’ll refrain. I’ll admit that one of the favorite parts of the mule is that I can’t taste the vodka- that’s the sign of a good cocktail right there folks. And how to better disguise the flavor? Infused vodkas. Oh yes.
One of the things that I love about cocktails is how limitless the options are. Once you’ve accumulated a sufficient collection of hard liquor and mixer options, you can pretty much make anything. Sometimes I have an idea for one cocktail, and end up being inspired to try three other options. Usually when I’m trying different things I make baby versions of the cocktails so I don’t have as much waste and well…sometimes you have to sample a few batches…
This little print is so cute and easy to make, and will make the perfect summery addition to my kitchen walls. I’m thinking of making a few more of different kinds of fruits and veggies to hang with it. As long as you’ve got watercolors and paper, the total cost of this project is the frame, which makes it a really affordable way to decorate!