Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Yay for Moo and Martha!


The mailman brought my Moo note cards. I LOVE them! Who knew my little photos could look so great?

I've been using my very first copy of Martha's Everyday Food magazine for dinners and desserts the last two weeks.
Upside down apple cake:


Last, but not least, I also bought my first Japanese craft books over the weekend. I've spent hours trying to take photos of some of the wonderful inspiration in them, but haven't had much success yet. Here's a little preview...


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10 comments:

  1. Your Moo notecards look wonderful and so does the upside down apple cake. I want them both. I will succeed in the Moo cards, but as it comes to the cake...

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  2. Nice apple cake, it looks yummy!! I'm addicted to Food Everyday magazines. They have great ideas for dinners that are usually short and simple.

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  3. Oooooo... I love the cards! What is the name of the site? The apple cake looks great, too. Where are you finding your Japanese books? I bought one and paid sooooo much for it. But, they certainly are motivating.
    Joni

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  4. ohh soo many goodies! I love the moo cards. I've been wanting to get some for a while now.

    That japanese craft book looks amazing. Can't wait to see your projects!

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  5. love the moo cards. they are fabulous. as is the Japanese craft book. I can't wait to purchase one of those little lovelies myself.

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  6. That apple cake looks super! I just bought my first japanese craft book earlier this year and its very addicting.

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  7. Such yummy yummy photos - delicious moo notecards!! Delicious cake (I could eat it all up right now) and a lovely magazine - too much niceness for one post!! Lucky you!!! ENJOY!

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  8. Cute, cute notecards!! I've been thinking of making an apple upside down cake, my recipe is from a cooking light recipe book, which scares me. I'm used to useing "Martha" type recipes with lots of fat. Your cake looks terrific!! And those Japenese craft books look so fun, I'm going to have to buy one.

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  9. I recently bought my first Japanese craft book too. I think they could be addicting.

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  10. I have not bought moo cards or any Japanese craft books yet! Although I really think I need to get both! :)

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