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Thursday, January 24, 2013

For Dasa and some Food

First some exciting good news - I won a spot from Laura Basssen's give-away at the next Clean & Simple Card Making Class! Yeahh, I am sooo excited! I took Clean & Simple class #1 and had sooo much fun. I also learned a lot there. So soon, this blog will be filled with all those new things I will be learning :)

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The lovely Dasa made this adorable card  and posted it on flickr. I wish I could post it, but it seems to be protected, so go and check it out! So I asked her how she did this, thinking she inked up somebody's baby...

But no, she made it with her hand.. So I gave it a try - the first ones failed miserably, but eventually I settled for this:




The sentiment is Inkadinkadoo.

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And now some FOOD:

I recently made Germknoedel - an Austrian specialty. You make a standard, simple yeast dough, let it rest and then form balls filled with prune filling. Let them rest again and boil them in salted water for about 6-8 minutes on each side (flip them over) - watch out, they get really big! Take them out, pour melted butter on top and sprinkle them with a mixture of poppy seeds and confectioners sugar. Enjoy!








I hope you enjoyed my entry today. Thanks for coming by and visiting and thank you so much for all those lovely comments I am getting - they always put a smile on my face!


5 comments:

Cathy A said...

This is such a cute card, I love stamping with my hand and adding the little toes....it is a great thing to do as a project with kids too!

Daša said...

So cute! I love it! Toes are really cute. I think you did a great job

Daen'Ys said...

Miams, für die Germknödl käm ich sofort bei dir vorbei, wenn ich dafür nicht so weit schwimmen müßte...haha
...hätte nicht gedacht, dass man mit der Hand Babyfüßchen machen kann und noch dazu so gelungen... man lernt nie aus!

Kanan Pandya said...

So cute card, Cornelia. Love the colors and the those cute stamps. Your dish looks yummy too. :-)

Jutta said...

Love your card with the invented baby feet.

Und die Germknoedl lecker, lecker!:)