Monday, February 1, 2016

Paper Butterflies



Aren't these the cutest little butterflies!I tell ya, these are very addictive to make. You make one and you feel like making more...

So here are the steps to making these..

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Gymnastics Birthday Party


Few days back, we celebrated a birthday with Gymnastics theme. The birthday was at a Gymnastics center and it was so much fun for the girls.

Here are some of the pictures from the party.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Easy Caramel pudding



Now, how perfect does that look! and it tasted heavenly too...:)

We have been working on many home projects and some of them I am documenting to put it in a post, but till I have those posts ready, here's an easy dessert for you. This is such an easy dessert, I should make it often. I made this a couple of days ago after many days and wondered how I forgot to make it earlier.

My mom used to make these quiet often and we all used to love it. This is one of my uncle's favorite dessert too. Whenever we visited him for his birthday we would make and take it for him.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Christmas Craneberry Orange Loaf



The other day I bought some fresh cranberry to use in a drink, but didn't get to use it all. I didn't know what to do with the remaining berries. I have always bought craneberry sauce or jam, but didn't know how to use the fresh ones. So googled recipes for using the fresh craneberry and found this one.

I made this bread on Christmas morning. The colors were just perfect to have this bread for breakfast for Christmas. Doesn't that look festive..

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Paper Angel


As with most of you, I am enjoying this festive season and not being able to get to the blog. But I was missing my blog too. So thought of sharing this easy accordion folded paper angles that I made few days back.

This is a fun and easy project for kids too.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Paper Christmas Tree


Made these cute Christmas trees with old magazine papers.

I cut approx. 10-15 squares of different size of paper differing by half inch and stacked them from largest to smallest size.

So if you are starting with 5" squares, then you need 15 squares of 5" followed by 15 squares of 4.5" and then so on. Stack them on a skewer and you got a Christmas tree. How fast and easy is that !!..:)

Monday, November 16, 2015

Friday, October 30, 2015

Happy Halloween!!


Hope you all are ready for some trick n treats this Halloween!! We sure are!!
The cobwebs are hanging, the creepy man is sitting by the door, making scary noises if someone comes close to him and a skeleton too hanging by the door. I think we have enough creepy things going on in our house, but our kids always want  more scary stuff. I don't think we will ever have enough of decorations to put on our yard... :)