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Chasing the Sweet Things in Life.

The new Summer issue of Sweet Paul magazine is available online and it’s as inspiring as always. Full of delicious, and I might add beautifully photographed recipes, decor and entertaining ideas. These are just a few of my favorites! Oh, and Sweet Paul included me this issue with a round-up of my pantry and what I keep stashed. Sweet Paul shares charming, unfussy, and doable projects, ideas, and recipes — perfectly easy summer inspiration. More sneak peek images on sfgirlbybay.

More from Sweet Paul magazine after the jump…

**Photo image: Sweet Paul.

  • Beach Party 1 of 9
    Beach Party
    Beautiful ideas for putting together a summer striped themed beach party.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Seafood Fest 2 of 9
    Seafood Fest
    Simple seafood recipes, including fresh King Crab legs, oysters, and shrimp.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Decorating Indoors and Outdoors 3 of 9
    Decorating Indoors and Outdoors
    Pretty striped decor ideas for indoor and out.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Mexican Ice Pops 4 of 9
    Mexican Ice Pops
    Easy how-to make Mexican Ice Pops called Paletas from fresh summer fruits.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Strawberry Cupcakes 5 of 9
    Strawberry Cupcakes
    Deliciously fresh strawberry cupcake recipe.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • How to Pack a Picnic 6 of 9
    How to Pack a Picnic
    Great ideas for packing the perfect summertime picnic and taking it on the road.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Picnic Recipes 7 of 9
    Picnic Recipes
    Prefect picnic sandwiches, including chicken with prosciutto and thyme.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Summer Salads 8 of 9
    Summer Salads
    A bounty of fresh, healthy and easy summertime salad recipes.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.
  • Creating Indoor Herb Gardens 9 of 9
    Creating Indoor Herb Gardens
    Creating an indoor herb garden using unexpected and vintage containers.
    Photo: Sweet Paul, online magazine.

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Victoria Smith is editor of sfgirlbybay, one of the West Coast’s leading lifestyle and interior design blogs, featuring affordable, vintage-inspired and bohemian modern decor ideas. You can follow sfgirlbybay on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

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