Looks tasty?? It's sure is. Just make some ordinary non sweet pancakes and serve it with stewed pumpkin.
The recipe for stewed pumpkin: Fry some leek in a pan with a some butter. Cut pumpkin in small pieces and ad it to the pan. Fry for four minutes the add milk just to cover the bottom of the pan. Add spice (salt, pepper. I added chili pepper) and stir. Let it shimmer am minute and pour it all on the pancakes. Dekorate with green leek and serve :) Simple but special ;)
I do am really fond of coffee cozies. I love the cuteness they have and when I create ones I try to make it like a little out fit for your coffee. Drinking coffee is more a ritual to me. I didn't liked coffee till I was 21. I still remember my first espress with mom. Mom seemed to enjoy her espresso, so I asked to order me one too ( I was 16 I guess) but I didn't manage to drink it even with tones of sugar. Then when I was a student one of my roommates made me a coffee with a real milk. When I say real, I mean the real thing - the fat non treated milk right from the cow and not the one you by at your local shop. It was delicious. From that moment I fell in love with Latte coffee. Also their is good memories combined with this taste. The summer camp and a bunch of coffee maniacs boiling water for they coffee before using the main pot for breakfast tea. Cheering, poring the water into the cups and with relaxing "Ahh..." enjoying their morning coffee :) The morning in Italy at hotel in Desenzano Del Garda, where we stayed after two hard and hot days of long hitchhiking. The shower was good but the sight of a morning coffee on the breakfast table was magical. The taste was heavenly! I even met my soul mate on a coffee meeting ( a bunch of friends gather to meet at a cafe to drink coffee and chat ) and he can't spend a day without a coffee :) He now has his own coffee cozy.
It's fun to have your own coffee cozy. I like to make them as gifts for my friends according to their personalities:)
Here's some new ones I made for sale. Maybe you'll recognize yourself in them or your friends.
Posted by Audronasha The Countess at 1:11 am
"Locked"This is one of a kind fiber brooch "Locked" from my newest brooch collection "Relics". It is decorated with lace, bows, beads and Tibetan silver detail. A little bird cage and a lock are the main ascent of this piece.
It's delicate and beautiful accsessory to decorate your sweater, jacket or a bag. The brooch is10x10 cm large. It fits my palm, as you can see.
"Key of secrets"It's a lovely Victorian style pendant of antique key decorated with bow. It's simple, but cute, not to fancy but still delicate
and beautiful. Pendant is worn on the ribbon so the length can be adjustable:)
More goodies at my Etsy store
Posted by Audronasha The Countess at 3:17 am
Ah, I forgot to post my new creation here. It's a beautiful and made choker I named "Celestial maiden".
Why such a name? Because I felt like one wile trying it on :D The choker is decorated with beautiful black laces. I could not decide should they go up or down. That's why I just sew all the other details in the way it would be possible to wear it both ways. :D
The little heart is actually an onyx. I love onyx. I heard it'a a stone of witches and sorcerers.
The rose cameo is made by me without any mold, so there is no other cameo like that :D
Ah, it would be nice to have a girl to model my jewelry. I wonder if I could find one where I live... So, Lithuanian Goth girls if you want to play a model for me, just contact me;)
So I was asked to make some promotion photos of this beautiful kimono from it's creator Anapal. My bjd Haru gladly accepted his role as a model. Thus makes me think he is into kimono and Japanese stuff... And after wearing such an exclusive piece I'm afraid I'll be facing demands to get him one.
Well, the kimono is sewed in the smallest details. It comes with the beautiful obi that is made to be more easy to put, but still looks gorgeous. The kimono itself is made from a human size authentic silk kimono. When you touch the fabric you can feel how pleasant and soft it is. And what I love the most is the scale of the ornaments. They looks so natural that it's hard to believe it's not woven special for BJD :D I got a little bit jealous of such skills in kimono making. Damn, they are so beautiful that I want a kimono for myself to. I newer thought the material was so lovely and natural. I had a really fun time doing this. I must make a background more suitable for these kind of photos and to ask Anapal for landing me a kimono again :D
Just look at the scale of thins inner kimono. Haru is 63 cm tall and the scale of the flowers are perfect. They are not to big, but has the normal size the real kimono would have too. What am I saying... It is a real kimono, just in a smaller version :)
I love Cut out and keep, You can find a lot of DIY project there.It was there that I've found this book mark tutorial. The author Zombiella x. is offering us to make a cute pair of legs in red shoes. How could I resist??
And here it is. Made by me :)
Nesinorėjo daryti lygiai tokio pat, maniškės kojytės yra su ryškiai raudonais bateliais su dirželiu ir taškuotomis "pėdkelnėmis" ;)
Deja, neturėjau pakankamai tvirtos vielutės imantresniems raitiniams. Bet tai ne vienintelės mano kojytės. Ateitį žadu pakartoti šį projektą varijuodama pačia idėja :)