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Welcome to KCL Friday Finds! Grab a cup of coffee and get ready for some shopping fun! This weekend I’m all about treating myself to an at-home mani for selfcare Sunday and getting that glow with a new skincare routine.

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The Daily Find: MacKenzie-Childs


For today's find, I wanted to share one more Mother's Day pick before we start the weekend. I first noticed this brand in one of my favorite shops in Tulsa - On A Whim on Brookside. The Mackenzie-Childs brand has so many different items for the home and so many different beautiful patterns, though I think my favorite just might be the "courtly check" print.


I do love the Mackenzie-Childs "Flower Market" floral patterns, but when I think about what would go best in my own kitchen, it's probably the check print (and what I assume my fiance would like best too as it's black and white). Though as you can see from the pics, the check print mixes and matches very well with the florals. And after looking through countless pics on their sight and Facebook page, it's safe to say their philosophy is that just about anything can double as a flower vase. How cute is that tea pot floral display?


These lovely prints come on everything from tea pots and serving ware to planters and even doggie bowls. I'm loving the tea kettle and the canisters pictured above. Admittedly, it is quite expensive though. While you can find some items under $100, they're still quite pricey; it's definitely a luxury and a splurge of a gift. I'll include a few similar but more affordable options below. Which ones would you pick? The florals or the check?


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