Vanilla sugar is a great alternative to vanilla extract. I use homemade vanilla sugar all the time: for ice creams, cakes, desserts and drinks. To make vanilla sugar at home you’ll just need two ingredients: sugar and organic vanilla powder. Vanilla powder is made with ground vanilla beans and has a delicious scent and taste! Continue reading Homemade Vanilla Sugar
Almond horns are a quick and easy afternoon treat! They’re moist and chewy, and covered with crunchy almonds. Almond horns taste a bit like chocolate-covered marzipan. And they’re flour-free, gluten-free and dairy-free.
These almond horns are made from scratch. You’ll just need four ingredients for these almond horns: almonds, sugar, egg whites and chocolate. Almond horns are a great way to use up leftover egg whites! Continue reading Chocolate-Glazed Almond Horns
Some years ago, I made these wirework earrings. Continue reading DIY Wirework Earrings
Welcome to the Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party. I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today. Continue reading Sew It Cook It Craft It – Link Party #11
These beautiful Tiffany blue macarons are naturally colored with homemade blue food coloring! I love the color of the blue macarons! Isn’t it gorgeous?
But the all-natural blue macarons don’t just look delicious – they are! They’re flavored with peppermint essential oil. Continue reading Blue Macarons With Natural Food Coloring
I hate turtleneck collars as much as I hate hoods! 😉 So I usually remove or refashion turtleneck collars: Some time ago, I turned a turtleneck into a wide crochet lace collar. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to change a turtleneck collar into a mock collar or scoop neck. Continue reading Turtleneck To Scoop Neck – Sweater Refashion
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