tulum. seaside inspiration {for sale}

These are some of my hand selected favourites from our recent holiday in Tulum Mexico.
I was putting together a trio of prints to hang in the bathroom. I'm still looking for some different sized frames and matting...and then I thought that maybe some of you might be interested in nature's gorgeous, southerly inspiration. We usually end up buying the mass inventory from Ikea, unless you can afford something from an art gallery! ...maybe somewhere in between might help.
I'm currently looking into ways to make my work available online (and easy to purchase!) ...as a few clients have already purchased images that I've posted (thank you!)
So in the meantime...
All of the available prints have numbers underneath the images above. Please reference these and email me at jodi@jodirenee.com with your selections, size and quantity.
Limited editions of these will be sold, with my signature. 
Some ideas?
Big frames with lots of matting and little images...
A collage of different sizes to present in a collage style or to stack.
There's so much you can do! Please don't hesitate to ask for help...

And as my gift to you, buy one print, and receive an additional 50% off the rest of your order... 
jodi renée xo

have your cake...eat the icing too.

Hola! it's a hot one!
Thought I'd share last nights gourmet feast! A light salad dinner makes loads of room for dessert of carrot cake! I'm not a dairy gal however after 2 naked pieces I had to indulge.
And came to the conclusion.
Pretty unconvinced that the recipe will turn out as the batter is SO moist with all the sugar substitutes!
And in carrot cake  - we trust! So happy it turned out...AND delicious! Give it a try!

2 cups spelt or whole wheat flour (can probably substitute in a gluten free mixed flour)
2tsp. baking soda
2tsp. baking powder
2tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. seasalt
2 cups grated carrots
1 cup of soy milk
1 1/2 cups applesauce - I used unsweetened
1 cup of maple syrup
1/2 cup crushed walnuts

**icing was made with half a container of light cream cheese, 1/2 tsp. of vanilla and 1/4 cup of organic, unsalted butter.

It's that good I convinced myself I could have it for breakfast...
Thanks Nature Moms Blog for the recipe!

oh...and if the salad looks tasty too, that's because it is! I tend to get boring with salads and decided to jazz things up.
Grab a salad mix with herbs and preferably arugula (nice contrast to the other ingredients thrown in)...add some mushroom, sliced cucumber and fresh basil. Slice up a pear, shave in some goat cheese and toss the walnuts on! For the dressing I just wing it with apple cider vinegar, olive oil and organic honey. BEST dressing with this salad!!!

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