Made It! #1

First Made It! of the year. Last week I announced I don't have so much appetite anymore to look for clothes, shoes and accessories to feature in Wanted. After more than four years, I find all the clothes I feature are beginning to look the same, it's all the same style.

So I'm more than ready to try something new. I love Pinterest and would like to make one thing that I find on Pinterest every week. Since I have a lot of pins, that I've just pinned and nothing more, I hope this will be a way to reduce the amount of pins on my boards. It can by anything, from cooking to crochet and from sewing to papter crafts. Just small projects that doesn't take weeks to make.

Last week I showed you a Rabbit Rattler and the website where you can find instructions how to make it. If you did make it, I would like to show your own version of the same pattern here on my blog. Must look nice to see all different interpretations and improvisations of the same pattern. Mine had to be grey of course, just like our own rabbit Haasje.


Next week I want to make Vegetarian Thai Peanut Soup, something I pinned a while ago from Pinterest, but didn't make yet.  I've been to Thailand only once, a beautiful fairy-like country with very friendly people, but what I liked the most, was the food. It's spicy and sweet at the same time, a combi even my kids can't stand. And because this soup is made with peanut butter, it seems like a win win even more. 

If you want to cook with me, the recipe is to find here.


  1. If my kids eat this, I'll eat my hat. Also, you absolutely rock when it comes to crafting. And thank god for stopping with 'Wanted'. I wanted to buy the lot!

  2. Cute rattle!! Thanks for sharing the link and thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW's DIY party!

  3. That's adorable. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  4. That rattle is adorable. Totally going to Pin that pattern...

  5. Oh so cute!! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  6. Love the cute little rabbit and the recipe looks delcious! Thank you for sharing with us at Hearth and Soul.


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