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DIY cake springform (for raw cakes)

Recipes will many times call for a very specific sized cake springform. And size does matter! If you would pour the batter into a larger form the cake will be as high as a pancake. Or the form will not... Continue Reading →

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No two pipe cleaners are alike

Like any other crafty person if I need something for a project I head to the craft store. I imagine a sculptor who does installations would head to the junkyard, or one who carves marble to a quarry. Like the... Continue Reading →

Little mouse on a boat

Each year I try to make something really special for my husband for Christmas. I've painted for him these last two years (see the posts here and here), so I thought I'd do something different this time around. That's when... Continue Reading →

Multi-functional table anyone?

Mr AP and I have a cozy little apartment. One where everything has its place, where everything is multi-functional, and where there isn't really room for much else. Whenever we played a board-game we would play it at our dining... Continue Reading →

Christmas gift from the panicky crafter

A week ago I found myself with a tin full of animals (did you see my post of Hjorton and Crumble?), a heart that fell in love and did not want to let them go, and no gift for my... Continue Reading →

Christmas gift ideas – for the reader

As I was finishing the little vest for my Tabaki Jackal challenge I kept thinking (and thinking) about the book that inspired it all, Mariam Petrosyan’s The House, in Which… I'm a pretty fast reader, but this one kept me... Continue Reading →

What is a year?

Usually we stop and reflect on our deeds (or lack thereof) at year end. Ask anyone, I am definitely one of these people (you might even find a post about it here). However, when I realized that a year had... Continue Reading →

Endgame

When I started thinking about the card game for my husband's birthday, I knew I'd wanted to make a special box for it. For one, because both of us love beautiful boxes (something in our gene pools) but most importantly... Continue Reading →

The game is on

My husband's favorite gifts are those I make for him. From picture-books of our vacations to paintings of harbors we could (should) one day visit, these are the things that really move him. So for his birthday this year I... Continue Reading →

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