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KCL Friday Finds

Happy weekend!! I've got another round up of beautiful home decor items for you guys today. It hasn't been intentional, it just so happens that the Friday Finds participants have all been home decor shops lately, and I'm loving it! With Spring coming up soon, it's the perfect time to spruce things up around the house and update your decor for the new season. Pictured: Geometric Pineapple Jewelry Holder/Home Accessory

First up is something we could all use more of in our homes - hygge by Snygge Home (pronounced snoo-gue). Snygge is a play on the danish word hygge that I'm sure you've heard of by now...or at least seen and thought what is hygge anyway? Hygge is "a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being." You can read more about it on Hygge Home.

At Snygge Home, owner Alice and her boyfriend Jack create hygge-inspired homeware, gifts, and event decorations using 3D printing. And like most E…

Bloody Eyeball Doughnut Holes

I love this Halloween dessert so much, because it starts with store-bought powdered doughnut holes - no baking required! I think it's just as important to have Halloween treats for the grown-ups as it is for the kids, and these bloody eyeballs are perfect for the big kids. They'd also work well for a scary movie night.

  • powdered doughnut holes
  • red gel food coloring
  • black decorator icing in a tube (if you can't find this at your grocery store, try a craft store)


1. Start with the red gel coloring and lightly dab a line from the center outward in a crooked motion, then use a toothpick to create more tiny branches (or veins) and repeat several times.

2. Dab a small dot of the black icing in the center. Repeat on the rest of the doughnuts.

That's it! You're done! Have a Happy Halloween! :)

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