I love kitchen accessories and if I come across something nice that doesn’t cost to much I rarely leaf it in the store. Resulting in a crowded kitchen with kitchen cabinets from which the content falls on the floor when you open them. Not very handy. Because of that I am organizing my kitchen, although I find it very difficult to throw things away.
Despite of my enormous collection I’m still looking for new things. The KitchenAid Artisan mixer is very high on my wish list. It is not only a super handy device, but it’s also very beautiful! And there are so many colors to choose from … A cookie jar in the shape of an owl is another wish of mine. I love owls and this jar would be super fun standing in my kitchen!
What is on your wishlist for the kitchen? XO Wilma
I have a whole bunch of jars with different shapes and sizes standing here without being used. I have used them in the past in the kitchen for pasta, sugar and flour. But I think it is ultimately better to have jars who look the same. I also had a pot with an advertising message on it. Not very nice to display in the kitchen. It seemed like a good idea to cover them with fabric. Now they are super cute jars who earn a spot in the kitchen!
Read on to see how you make these cute fabric covered jars. . .
I was asked by Buzzfeed to make a DIY with confetti. Super fun of course! I decided to make something with gold confetti. By adding an additional layer of matte Mod Podge the structure looks a little bit like gold leaf. I think it’s a nice contrast with the white terracotta planters!
Look for the full description of this DIY on Buzzfeed! XO Wilma
Sundried tomatoes are delicious in for example a salad or pasta. I usually buy them, but because I had some tomatoes lying around I decided to make them myself this time. They taste great and much better than the sun-dried tomatoes from the store. The oil where you save them in is given a wonderfully aromatic flavor and is also delicious for a salad dressing or you could use it for dipping bread. Maybe a focaccia bread?
Read on to see how to make sun-dried tomatoes. . .