This weekend birthday party season officially started for Alec, since most of his friends have birthdays from now until May. Alec was at home all last week since he was still coughing a lot and feeling pretty tired, but of course he was not going miss the two parties he was invited to this weekend.
I went with him to the first party on Friday evening. Alec got dressed up and was concerned about his hair getting messed up under his hat on the way there. Super cute. He didn’t want cake (crepes cake) but he ate four oreo cookies and tons of popcorn. Just before we went home at 6.30 in the evening, Alec got his candy bag and immediately made me super proud. On his own, he said “I’ll just eat one candy now and then save the rest for next Saturday.” When we came home in the evening, he showed Louis the sweets and then we put them away, up on the book shelf in the living room. Even though the candy bag was in plain view, he didn’t ask about them or mention it or anything until Saturday evening when he gave one piece to Louis and had a piece himself.
On Friday evening Léonie came down with a really high fever and she was really miserable all of that night and the day after. Which is the only reason I can think of for me dropping the ball completely on Saturday.
It’s one of my best go-to recipes and I just found a way to make it even easier to make (and also cuter). Head on over to Hellobee and check out the recipe (and variations!) for my no-bake lemon cheesecake in cute little individual jars!
I came across this IKEA hack – a tv shelf built out of kitchen units – this evening, and I had to share it.
We have IKEA kitchen units in our entry way – it’s how we built pre-school style cubbies and shoe shelves etc for each of the children. And I love all the things you can do with kitchen units. This shelf is kitchen units topped with floor tile and I love it. Details here.
Valentines Day is coming up and here are some fun projects you still have time to do!
Make Pink Macarons (it’s easier than you think!)
You can also fill them with white chocolate ganache (like I did for Léonie’s naming below) – absolutely delicious!
Make a pink ombré cake and pink cake pops (use this recipe and this method)
Felt Heart Cake Toppers
Painted Cut-out Heart Valentines (and 3 great ways to up-cycle kids’ art into Valentines!)
Edible Finger Paint
Easy Salt Dough Necklaces
DIY Valentines Day Baby Cupid Photo
DIY Heart Potato Stamp
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Today on Hellobee I’m sharing these super sweet felt heart cupcake toppers and cake garlands for Valentines Day. If you have some felt scraps, you have everything you need to make them. And you can use them over and over again! Check out all the how-tos here.
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