Wednesday, December 14, 2011

We Have a Guest! And She's Giving You 10% Off!

You all know how much I love a guest, but THIS guest is one of my very favorites. Besides being a cherished friend of mine, Brittany Jepsen is also an interior designer with phenomenal talent and her own, unique sense of style. She is the creator of the popular blog "The House That Lars Built" and its affiliate Etsy shop, an illustrator for the newly launched Kinfolk Magazine, and she has even been spotted within the virtual pages of British Vogue! Impressive gal, eh?

Here are some of my favorites swimming around her blog these days:
Top- Candy Lights; Bottom Left- Flapper Trees; Bottom Right- Door of the Week

Like I said, talented.
Why is she guest posting on a food blog? So glad you asked! Today she's here to introduce her new line of kitchen products which feature her Language of Flowers paintings. (Perhaps you'll see something you want to put inside someone's stocking!) K, enough from me. Let's all give a warm welcome to Miss B.! (Yay!) (Woohoo!)
(P.S. The captions below are by me, lest anyone think Brittany's in love with herself.)  :)
I'm always on the look-out for conversation pieces like this. Such great personality! My calendar hangs in the kitchen, and so does my mom's. Anyone else?

Hello all! Janna is too kind to invite me here today. I think the world of her and couldn't be more stoked to see the fantastic, culinary creations she's doing with Eats and Beats. Funny thing, I'm not very handy in the kitchen, but I love me some kitchen accessories. In fact, I think we have a collection of 5 or 6 oven gloves in our household, but, really, don't you need only two at most?  Well, I love them so much that I decided to focus on them for my latest collection, Language of Flowers. Language of Flowers is an ode to the Victorian-era means of communication in which various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages, allowing individuals to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken at the time. The poem is written in the form of the wreath on the design and each flower reveals one more part of the missing puzzle. You can try to decipher it yourself, or find out the riddle upon receiving the item in the mail (muhahaha!). The collection includes an oven glovetea towel and wall calendar. I'm offering a special discount to all you Eats and Beats readers during this holiday season. Enter EATSANDBEATS at checkout to receive 10% off your order.
Language of Flowers oven mitt and tea towel from The House That Lars Built

Tea towel (left) and wall calendar.
Happy cooking (and looking good in the kitchen!)


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