Sunday, March 26, 2017

Unicorn Cupcakes

While I was busy making the Lolly Pop Cake, I gave my daughters something to be busy with, too. We saw some really cute Unicorn Cupcakes while I was searching for the tutorial about how to make drippings on a cake and of course they really, really, really wanted to make them.

They were so proud of what they made and I think they did a really good job. 

Friday, March 24, 2017

Lolly Pop Cake

A while ago I saw a tutorial about how to make cake drippings on Pinterest, but didn't pin it. When I tought about it again and searched for it, the most beautiful cakes with dripping came along and I wanted to try to make one myself ever since. Today was the first try out. 

As you can see I have to fine tune my skills, but for a first attempt I'm not disappointed. I made it for my daughters and as long as there are lolly pops this size involved, they're okay with everything.  

My Mini Terrarium was featured by Pleasures of the NorthWest!

Thanks a lot, Helen!

Made It #12

~ I love Pinterest and would like to make one thing every week that I find on Pinterest. Since I have lots of pins (that, until now, I've just pinned and only that), I hope this will be a way to reduce the amount of pins on my boards. It can be anything, from cooking to crochet and from sewing to paper crafts. Just small projects that don't take weeks to make ~ 

Last week I told you about the Haasje look-a-like mug cozy I planned to make for Easter. Haasje, our Flemish Giant is my youngest daughter's bunny, so of course she wanted the mug cozy. I had to make it brown, though, just like Haasje.


My oldest daughter has a cat, Dolly (yes, named after Dolly Parton, I'm a fan) and after making the bunny mug cozy above for my youngest, I remembered just in time a crochet cat I had pinned a while ago, because she really wants it. It's from Dr Seuss (pattern here).

See you next week, together with the cat!


My Made It-project from last week, the Clay Cacti, were featured by Creative Jewish Mom

Thank you, Sara!

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Easter Bunny

I don't know how's the weather in your part of the world, but here in the western corner of Europe, it's pretty cold, so the Easter Bunny still has to wear a shawl and mittens around here. But it looks cute on him, don't you think?

The pattern I found on Amigurumi Today.


My Easter Eggs Sack was featured by Life and Linda and by Plucky's Second Thought this week!

Thanks, Linda and Jessica!

Wanted for Spring/Summer

Since the beginning of this year I stopped with featuring clothes each that I would really like to have in 'Wanted' each week, because after five years most things I posted looked like something I had posted before. But of course no longer having the Wanted posts on my blog, doesn't mean there's nothing I want anymore. Of course not. There are lots of things I want! Like those things for example.

Aye Aye Top by Lena Hoschek

Skipper Top by Lena Hoschek
Lobster Pullover Ocean by Lena Hoschek

Billie Dress by King Louie

Just Like You Dress by Billabong


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