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weekly wrap up + sweet paul fall 2012

by Stephanie

I’m so excited to be wrapping up this week’s posts with a little preview from the newest issue of Sweet Paul. I am such a huge fan of Paul Lowe’s magazine and the genuine enthusiasm for food, life and craft that fills every page. The fall issue is jam-packed with seriously gorgeous food stories, fun craft ideas (I’m not a mushroom person, but their paper and felted mushroom DIYs are beautiful) and shopping stories.

The fact that they can produce such a lush and well-edited magazine like this always amazes me — a big digital high five to Paul and his whole crew on this month’s issue. I will be making that apple pie sugar (what??) and every single chocolate dessert for sure. Click here to read and download the digital version of the fall issue of Sweet Paul.

I’m closing up for the week. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. See you on Monday! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

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  • Sweet Paul Megazine is soooooo GREAT! I have to underline, what you wrote about the passion, he and his team are giving into each single page, every line and all the photos. You really can feel it! I just love flipping through it again and again! And of course there is already a list with things, that I have to try out.

  • Wow, thank you for enlightening me! I didn’t know about Sweet Paul (what a great name!) and don’t know that I’d have found it without your post. Now I want to stop doing the necessary but boring Saturday chores (yuck, scrub the tub, do the laundry, etc, etc and endless etc. I’ll be taking time for me and checking out every page of Sweet Paul, though, that’s for certain.

  • Gee, just what I needed: a recipe for Whoopie Pies with Ganache. This is the day when all dieters collectively screamed in agony. Thanks, Stephanie! :-)

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