Victorian flower jelly pudding – this layered jelly and custard dessert topped with edible flowers will sure impress your guests!
Victorian jellies and custards were elaborate desserts served at formal dinners. This layered jello mold consist of fluffy vanilla pudding mousse with whipped egg whites, lemon jelly and is topped with edible flowers. And if you want an even more impressive dessert, you can make naturally blue butterfly pea jelly instead of lemon jelly! Continue reading Victorian Flower Jelly Pudding – Layered Jello Mold
Old-fashioned lilac syrup made with fresh lilac flowers! This lilac flower syrup tastes sweet and like lilac flowers smell!
Did you know that lilac flowers are edible? I didn’t until two years ago but now I’m addicted! I couldn’t find many lilac flower recipes. So I adapted my sweet woodruff syrup recipe and came up with this lilac flower syrup! All you need for this simple old-fashioned lilac syrup is fresh lilac flowers, sugar and water! Continue reading Old-Fashioned Lilac Syrup
Homemade lilac ice cream with fresh lilac flowers – a sweet, delicious and unusual ice cream for hot summer days! The lilac ice cream is egg-free, dairy-free & vegan!
Lilac flowers are one of my favorite spring flowers! I was so happy when I found out that lilac flowers are edible! I thought lilac ice cream would be delicious but I couldn’t find a recipe for lilac blossom ice cream. So I adapted one of my vegan ice cream recipes – jasmine ice cream – and came up with this lilac ice cream with fresh lilac flowers! Continue reading Homemade Lilac Ice Cream With Fresh Lilac Flowers
Hyacinth are my favorite spring flowers! This year I made a simple Easter table decoration with recycled glass jars, fresh moss and pink hyacinths. Continue reading DIY Hyacinth Jars With Moss
‘There are certain types of girls and women to whom violets seem to belong.’ (Ruth Wyeth Spears, 1920s)
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make authentic 1920s ribbon violets and how to wrap wire stems with embroidery floss. Continue reading 1920s Violets – Ribbon Flower Tutorial
‘A well-made rosette of two-toned double faced ribbon gives just the right touch at the waistline of the simple but smartly cut evening frocks so much in the vogue.’ (Ruth Wyeth Spears, 1920s)
Ribbon rosettes were popular dress accessories in the 1920s – they were usually worn at the shoulder or waist. A while ago I made a ribbon rosette for my 1920s turquoise taffeta robe de style and the dress looks much more finished with the rosette.
For this new ribbon rosette I used original 1920s instruction. The 1920s ribbon rosette is really easy and fast to make! Continue reading DIY 1920s Ribbon Flower – Tutorial
Buckram is a very stiff fabric, almost like cardboard. Buckram is used for millinery and historical clothing. You can buy buckram but buckram is easy to make at home: All you need is cornstarch and cotton or linen fabric – I usually use cotton canvas, twill or Aida cloth. Continue reading How To Make DIY Buckram For Millinery & Historical Clothing
This rose jelly is made with fresh rose petals. It’s a stunning dessert, delicious and easy to make. Isn’t the color amazing? The rose jelly is made without artificial food coloring – it’s naturally colored with pink rose petals!
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Roses smell heavenly and what’s best roses are edible! Use fresh rose petals to make rose lemonade, rose ice cream, cake with rose buttercream, candied roses, rose syrup, homemade rose water or all-natural blush colored with fresh rose petals! Continue reading 10+ Recipes With Fresh Rose Petals
I love the boho hairstyles by Mara Hoffman which are made with Indian camel swags! 😀 And finally I made my own pompom hair accessory. Yay! I love it! In this tutorial I’ll show you how you can make your own and how to use the pompom hair accessory for a cute boho hairstyle. Continue reading DIY Boho Pom Pom Hair Accessory