And it’s done! You can see it’s very reversible. I have it tied in the back on the left and in the front on the right. I love it and think it came out totally cute! Can’t wait to make more 🙂
A while back I had jury duty. To cheer myself up after lunch, I stopped by Citizen Cake and got a cupcake. I selected the lovely cookie dough cupcake you see above. It was quite delicious and worth every calorie. They did an amazing job capturing the flavor of cookie dough in the frosting. Yum,…Details
Old photo from back in March. Remember the bake sale from last year? Where I made marshmallows, toffee and cupcakes? Well, same bake sale this year except this year I had to be out of town. Yeah, I know. It killed me too not to be able to make tons of cupcakes again. Especially since…Details
Made dinner the other night. It was my attempt to decorate the plates. And make two sides. I haven’t quite achieved that level of skill. Or maybe I just need simpler sides. The potatoes were a little undercooked :-/ Oh, well. Next time they will be better.
Another successful bag. The design for this bag went through several iterations, but finally turned out. It’s rather simple and easy to make. Here’s just a picture for now. I might post the pattern later. It holds a surprisingly large amount and it has a very wide shoulder strap so it’s actually quite comfortable even…Details
Risen grøt is basically sweet rice boiled in milk (we used lactaid for me). So, sorta like rice pudding. They eat it as an actual meal in Norway. Typically eaten as above with butter, sugar and cinnamon. It still tastes like dessert to me much as blintzes (which are a meal to me) taste like…Details
So, I have now finished the Buttercup Bag. As I mentioned in the first post, Rae from Made by Rae is super for giving us this pattern and I definitely plan on making it again. There were a couple bumps. It also took a while since I was taking pictures the whole time so that…Details
Now we continue with our making of the buttercup bag. The finished product is above 🙂 We resume by working on the outside of the bag.
I saw the Buttercup Bag from Made by Rae on How About Orange (one of my new favorite blogs). I thought it looked super cute and easy so I figured I would try it out. Perfect for some fat quarters I had bought that I just couldn’t resist (even though I have way too much fabric). Here’s…Details