April 20, 2014

happy easter

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eastercake

Happy Easter everyone! I made my Easter carrot cake!! I used a bundt tin, to make a pretty round carrot cake base (with the hole in the middle). I then decorated it with cream cheese frosting, and made marzipan carrots, filled the middle with chocolate eggs, and topped it off with a lindt bunny! mmm

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April 20, 2014   | 0 Comments

carrot

My plan this Easter, is to make a carrot cake. Easter usually tends to be a mega chocolate feast, but I thought for something different and fun, I would make a carrot cake. If it turns out well, I will share the results :) Above is a few cute carrot inspired ideas for  Easter food.

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April 14, 2014   | 0 Comments

April 13, 2014

autumn days

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Such a lovely time of year, rolling the pram through scrunchy leaves, walks in the rain and collecting acorns. Orange is nicknamed ‘the colour city’ you can see why in Autumn!

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April 13, 2014   | 1 Comment

easter1Easter things are so pretty! Soft colours, fluffy bunnies, gorgeous florals, and of course chocolate! Here are a few pretty Easter finds :)

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April 12, 2014   | 0 Comments

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It’s hard to believe it’s already been six months since I gave birth to this precious man!
He is the happiest little boy, and so cheeky and mischievous. He has just learnt to crawl (army style) and not far off being able to sit himself up. He tries to get into everything, climbing all over the place, he is a man on the move, it was hard to keep him still enough for a photo!

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April 12, 2014   | 2 Comments

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