Simple bread Sticks

June 3, 2014 at 1:17 pm | Posted in DIY gift, food, Homeschool, Kids activities, Kids cooking, Kids foods, Party, Party foods, Preschool plays | Leave a comment

This is a good recipe for using up the excess bread crusts. I taught my daughter to use the crusts to make simple bread sticks.  Today she made this simple toasted bread sticks for her dad :). We all love it especially when we have it with hot tea.

 

 

 

breadstickLeft over bread crusts.

butterMelt the butter

breadstick1grease the batter with butter

breadstick2Coat the crusts with melted butter.

Pop them in to oven for 10-15 minutes at 130 C until golden brown

Remove, allow to cool.

breadstick4

This is an awesome father’s day gift.

Have a Lovely DIY Day!

DIY party flagline ( my girls’s birthday)

April 2, 2013 at 8:39 am | Posted in Party, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment
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My darling girl just turned six. We had a little celebration, it was a DIY party set up.

This is my first DIY party flagline. Yellow  and white polka dots make a cheerful colour combinations  and  I think it is best for making kids party flagline. First of all, cut out a triangle using cardboard. Use it as a template to trace the shape on the cloth. I used double layer for each flag because my material was too thin.

Then, sew it along a ribbon .   A very simple but lovely party set up for Apple Cheeks’s birthday.

Mini chocolate cupcake is her favourite. I prepared these lovely mini cakes for her instead of a fanciful birthday cake. Besides, it was just the right size for kids to take as dessert. I think it was very sweet to put those cakes on the stand.

I am six now!

Little sweet pea was not well that day but she was cheered up by the party.

Happy Birthday to the apple cheeks girl. It was a last minute party idea. I can’t make a princess theme for you this year (as all little girls wish to have). I will try to do it next year…hopefully ! Mommy and daddy love you and little sweet pea always.

…apple cheeks was with LovelyDIY since she was two. She inspired me in DIY and she loves crafts.

Love always,

LovelyDIY

(DIY 乐)

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