Mar 152015

Washi Tape Door Accent via // RV Lifestyle #Airstream Style

Washi tape is a thin, papery tape that comes from Japan.  It comes in hundreds of different prints and widths and has so many uses.  It also removes easily without leaving a residue behind which is perfect for home decorating.

I was quite pleased with my little door experiment — the magenta pop of color made my heart sing.

I also use Washi tape to hang sentimental items, like these napkin roses B made me ❤

Washi Tape Door Accent via // RV Lifestyle #Airstream Style

. . . and his Valentine’s day card to me ❤

Washi Tape RV Decor via // RV Lifestyle #Airstream Style

It also adds some interest to the white shades.

Washi Tape Shade Accent via // RV Lifestyle #Airstream StyleWashi Tape Outlet Cover via // RV Lifestyle #Airstream Style

After having fun decorating the little details in my silver girl, it was time for a snack.

Did I mention my obsession with radishes?  I eat them almost everyday.  A sweet friend of mine shared his favorite way to eat radishes — he puts them sliced onto an “everything” bagel and then sprinkles a few drops of Yuzu Ponzu over the top. Have you ever tried Yuzu Ponzu?  It’s incredibly delicious!  I thank my sweet friend for introducing me to it when he sent me a package in the mail.  Just look at the goodies he sent me :)

In addition to his delicious bagel, another favorite way I enjoy eating radishes is placing them sliced on toasted rustic bread with cream cheese.  A pinch of Maldon sea salt and black sesame seeds finishes it off.   That’s what I enjoyed this weekend with Easter Egg Radishes (which happen to be my favorite).

Easter Egg Radishes via

Easter Egg Radish Tartine via

If you are a fan of radishes, I’d love to hear how you enjoy them.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend :) Spring is in the air, can you feel it?

With Love,
Monica xox

  2 Responses to “It’s All In The Details”

  1. I too love Washi tape, and use it to hang things at home, but had not thought about the AS…great idea. Radish sandwiches were something I grew up eating. Dad always had radishes in the garden, and we had many….of course in those days…it was “wonder bread”, butter, and salt. And, I loved it. Just read that Martha suggested dipping them in two parts peanut butter and one part softened unsalted butter…then sprinkle with sea salt. I was thinking that almond butter would be a good substitute for the peanut butter.
    Thanks for all the great ideas!

    • Wow, peanut butter? I would never ever even thought of that and now I must say I am totally intrigued. I have almond butter in the fridge and will give it a go. Thank you for sharing that and thank you for sharing your sweet memories with your dad. Sending hugs to you xoxo

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