The girls and I made chocolate tiffin for the first time last
weekend. They had so much fun bashing the rich tea biscuits
to smithereens, even I enjoyed it too.
This super easy, no bake treat is so yummy we just have to make
them again for their party this weekend. Hurray!
I received a parcel in the post last week and was so excited
when I found these magazines inside.
A friend of mine has sent them for my birthday and I'm so thrilled.
They're packed full of sweet and beautiful makes, they'll be a wonderful
source of crafty ideas and inspiration for many, many years.
I found Lulu happily drawing and colouring the other day and
was quite surprised to see how she's turned an old freezer tray
into a little crayon holder.
It made me laugh but I was also very impressed. I think
she'll be giving me tips on recycling and repurposing soon
and I wouldn't mind it at all!
I love this storage jar that my mother-in-law got for me from the YSP
shop. It's from the French design company Atomic Soda.
I think it's gorgeous and I'm just happy to have something like this.
(The bowls and mugs are equally fantastic--you can have a look here.)
And yes, my mother-in-law is lovely. I'm so lucky!
It's the girls' birthdays this weekend and on Sunday we'll
have a party. I've gathered all the party things that we already have
and we'll be reusing many of them. I made this mini bunting last year.
I've added the stripey straws to make it look nicer and now that's
Lulu's cake topper sorted.
We'll be using these paper buntings too. They're made with
patterned paper that were craft magazine freebies. All we need
to do now is to string them together and hang them. Easy peasy.
We just hope the weather will play nice this weekend. Tomorrow
we're off to the zoo. Can't wait!
Have a lovely weekend too!
See you soon!