Hello and happy weekend. Sharing a new DIY today, which is super quick and simple. You might have seen it already on Instagram, if you follow Mahalolena. I also did something similar a couple of years ago. A customised tea box in 4 Steps. It doesn’t get easier guys.
- Wooden Tea Box
- Mod Podge
- Decopage silk paper
- Any conventional glossy sealer water-based (not visible in this picture, cause I forgot it – oops)
- Apply the mod podge onto the wood
- Cut out your paper and carefully cover the entire box
- Let dry
- Apply glossy finish
Fill up with lots of tea bags and enjoy with guests a relaxing tea time.
happy 2nd advent everyone. I hope you had a great and cozy Sunday. I spent my day with creating a lovely new post for you. Christmas time means being with family and friends, standing in the kitchen and baking sweet solutions and cuddling in front of the fire place. Thankfully we have one.
Today, I felt like I needed a nice afternoon tea dessert. I remember my mum preparing these delicious baked apples when I was younger. The entire house was always filled with the sweet scents of these freshly oven baked juicy treats. My stomach screamed baked apples today. So, I grabbed my grocery bag and headed to the market to get some of the ingredients I was still missing.
Enjoy these (actually quite healthy) oven baked apples & the recipe after the jump. Continue reading
Hello again. For the column Food Design I thought I share my recipe for the lavender lemon tartlets. When I recently bought tartlet forms in a lovely shop, I immediately wanted to try them out and bake something in them. I came across this recipe from a cooking and baking magazine. It was displayed as rosemary lemon tartlet, but I recon lavender fits better, so I adjusted the recipe a bit. Find the instructions after the jump. Continue reading