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  • October 20, 2015 Liz Honey

    Favorite Blanket Scarves

    Oh hello AMAZING new blanket scarves! We couldn't be happier that it's ALMOST cold enough to wear these! 
    We've rounded up our favorite photos from bloggers and Pinners from around the web to give you some inspo on how to wear your blanket scarves this fall! This is by far our favorite accessory and something we try to work into our wardrobes every chance we get. So needless to say we are thrilled
    that there are SIX fun new colors available! 
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  • September 10, 2015 Liz Honey

    Fall Favorites Roundup

    The votes are in y'all! Our favorite trends for fall are here! 
    1. The Vest
    Vests are the perfect accessory. They have the ability to instantly elevate an outfit and changing up your look. Skip the designer price tags and opt for our more affordable options (under $50!). 
    2. The animal print bootie
    Booties are a classic fall staple, so we are loving this year's twist on an old fave. Surprisingly versatile too!
    3. The blanket scarf 
    This is a scarf trend that's here to stay. Oversized, comfy and can be worn many ways. LOVE this look.
    4. Faux Suede
    Suede is everywhere this fall. No better way to try the trend than by going with a simple shift. We LOVE this one!
    5. Anything burgundy 
    Marsala (a wine color) was named the pantone color of the year for 2015. This is such a rich and flattering hue. Great for all skin tones and perfect for fall! 
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  • August 28, 2015 Liz Honey

    Liz's Banana Cake

    Hi all! We are excited to begin sharing personal posts with you - we hope you enjoy as much as we enjoy creating them! 
    We are three sisters and named our site after our Grandmothers, Liz and Honey. Here is a photo of Liz - she was such a beauty! 
    Our mother has been making this banana cake for us our entire lives and we aren't kidding when we say... It is SO good. 
    Preheat oven to 375.
    To start, combine one stick of butter (room temp), 1 1/2 cup sugar and two eggs. Mix with mixer. 
    In a separate bowl, combine 3 tbs sour cream, 1 tbs milk, 1 tsp baking soda. Dissolve these three together. 
    Alternate combining sour cream mixture and 1 1/2 cups flour into butter mixture with mixer. 
    Add 1 tsp of vanilla in last and stir. 
    Fold in three ripened smashed bananas. 
    Grease 9x13 pan and line with wax paper, then grease wax paper. (I used two 9" round pans and it came out great! You end up cutting the cake in half when baked in a 9x13, so separating into two pans is just fine) Bake at 375 for 30 min. (I ended up baking for around 22 min in the two 9" round pans - just keep an eye on the cakes!) 
    Let cakes cool and begin icing. In a sauce pan, melt two tbs butter. Add in one cup powdered sugar and turn off heat. Add 1/2 tsp vanilla and a splash of milk and stir to combine. Add milk to thin out to a consistency you like. This is for ONE LAYER of the cake only. 
    Ice one layer of cake (if you used a 9x13 cut cake in half after cooling) and make the icing again for second layer of cake. Ice and layer cakes together. It's best to eat when warm and gooey! Enjoy! 
    BEWARE! You will consume unhealthy amounts of this cake once it's out of the oven. We ate half in one sitting. Oops! 

    Banana Cake

    1 stick butter, room temp

    1 ½ cup sugar

    2 eggs

    (mix these three together)

    3 TBS sour cream

    1 tsp baking soda

    1 TBS milk

    (dissolve these 3 together)

    1 ½ cup flour

    1 tsp vanilla

    3 bananas smashed with fork


    Alternate sour cream mix and flour into butter mixture with mixer.  Add vanilla in last and stir.  Fold in smashed bananas.

    Bake at 375% for 30 min.  Grease 13x9 pan and line with wax paper, then grease wax paper. (or use the 9" round pans)



    Melt 2 TBS butter

    1 cup powder sugar

    ½ tsp vanilla

    Splash of milk

    (Turn heat off when you pour in powder sugar)


    Make icing twice – cut cake in half

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