DIY Lemonade + 8 Ways to Pimp It



I love Leen's art (isn't her use of colors and textures absolutely perfect?) about as much as I love handmade lemonade, so you can imagine my joy when I came at these lovely prints (available for purchase here) that mix the two of them together in a sweet, slightly nostalgic piece of art. The recipe is by "De groene prinses" (the green princess) - you can learn more about her collaboration with Leen and find the recipes on her blog.

35 comments:

  1. Love it! And the pimping the lemonade part is great, I'm going to use it all the time. Went straight to my pinterest board!

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment and for pinning Audrey :)

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  2. This is such a brilliant post, definitely bookmarking it!
    www.styleisalwaysfashionable.blogspot.com

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  3. These are gorgeous! I love the layering of colors and texture - and the font is wonderful!

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    1. I couldn't agree more! If you love this, you can check out Leen's art to see more of her lovely work :) Thanks so much for your comment!

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  4. this is amazing. just in time as the weather is getting warmer!!

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  5. I am the only one that i know who drinks its lemonade without water! I like its sourness, i really do! *the crazy girl* :D

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    1. Ha, I could never drink my lemonade without water, but I think it's awesome to be able to do it! I've seen people drinking lemonade without water in Nepal and in the Philippines, but they added fresh pressed sugarcane - yummy!

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  6. i love the layout! :D so beautiful :))

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    1. Thanks so much Stefanie! If you love this, you can check out Leen's art to see more of her lovely work :)

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  7. These prints are simply gorgeous! What a lovely post, as always!
    xoxo,
    Natasha

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    1. Thanks so much Natasha, so sweet of you to say!

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  8. So refreshing! Have you seen the lemonade post on A Beautiful Mess? They have some pretty neat ideas as well. :D

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    1. A Beautiful Mess is one of my favorite blogs but I had somehow missed this post. They all look amazing and I want to try them all! Thanks so much for the tip :)

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  9. Thank you so much Clemence for this nice post about my lemonade art prints!

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    1. I love your art Leen's! Thanks for stopping by here :)

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  10. Oh this is such a lovely post!
    Spring finally arrived here in Holland and that means it's time to try all the tips above before the first picnic starts! :)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Love, Sari

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    1. Thank you so much Sari! You have such a lovely name. I can't wait for the picnic season to start!

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  11. Agree with Sari! can't wait for Spring to fully start! and these posters are very inspiring :)

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    1. I can't wait for Spring either! Thanks for stopping by Lorena :)

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  12. I really love this!

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  13. Anonymous3/31/2012

    Nice suggestions; however, I highly recommend considering typing out these suggestions below the graphic as the graphic is almost impossible to read if you're visually impaired. :/

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  14. Anonymous5/06/2012

    Amazing!

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  15. Thank you so much for these wonderful tips.

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  17. Yes, she has a good sense of forms too! Simple and recognizable in any size (which is very important for good illustrations).Yet, on those drawings text are too small if you are actually going to use it as a recipe guide, don't you think? Like... I recently bought an easy to clean up juicer and want to try out making lemon juice using it but for the size of my screen I can't see a word of the descriptions(

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