Pastelito de guayaba

Daliy Pictures, Food

pastelito

The perks of living in Miami, these sweet and delicious Cuban pastry! One of the most important reasons I love my city is because we are such divorced city. We have people from all over the world that offer so much cultural experiences for everyone. The food in Miami is so amazing and exquisite.

This pastry is such a simple, heavenly, warm, sweet, fluffy but flaky Miami traditional food everyone should try!

XO, Giovanna

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Ice Cream Parlor Party Must Haves!

Celebrations, Daliy Pictures

Who doesn’t love ice cream?!

Heres a great idea for a summer celebration. It’s great for a baby shower, bridal shower, kids birthday party… anything really.

 

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The must have items are :

Wooden spoons via 

Ice cream cones & wrappers via

Cupcakes via 

Cute mint green garland from Oriental Trading 

Ice cream float glasses that you can find at your nearest Dollar Tree

Paper Straws via Bon Fortune

Delicious Soda Pop

Invitation found at Etsy shop Pretty Party Creations

Sprinkles and other yummy toppings

and of course ice cream!!!! And old fashion ice cream cups via Bon Fortune on Etsy.

It would also be a great idea to make it a fun dress up party and have some roller blades rented…

 

Hope everyone is having a great week and an amazing Thursday evening.

 

XO, Giovanna

QUICK & EASY PERSONALIZED GIFT BAG

Daliy Pictures, DIY, Uncategorized

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Happy Mothers Day! I just noticed I have no gift bags or wrapping paper other than kid ones. I found this cute paper bag gift bag and immediately knew it would be perfect for my sons great grandma. With a couple of must supplies and love we came up with this simple but cute personalized gift bag.

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What you’ll need:

paper bag

scissors

pretty shape scissors

stick on scrapbook paper

 

tissue paper

sharpie and love ❤

QUICK & EASY PERSONALIZED GIFT BAG  Simply, cut out a heart and glue/ tape to gift bag then write down the name of the person and insert gift!

XO, Giovanna