as promised I made a little rug out of my t-shirt yarn. I created a tutorial on how to make t-shirt yarn earlier this month if you need to make some first.
So as you may have noticed I’m getting all excited for Halloween. Unfortunately we don’t really celebrate it here in Germany. (As we also don’t do Pumpkin Spice flavoured anything, which is making me super sad)
Here comes my absolutely favorite recipe of all time. If anyone asks me whats my favorite food is, I’ll always say it’s Königsberger Klopse. Outside of Germany almost nobody knows this dish. It’s a very traditonal and old German recipe.It’s definitely comfort food and goes perfectly with the fall and winter seasons. We usually eat it with boiled and salted potatoes or rice.
The meal is named for the Prussian city of Königsberg. The meatballs in this recipe can be made from minced veal, though we often substitute it for less expensive beef or pork.
So it’s the 1st of october and that means it’s time for my annual Halloween Selfie. I’ve been a vampire, a daemon and a zombie before. This year I’m a skeleton bohoooo. You could have done a skeleton make-up but I’m not really talented at that so I used Photoshop to create this spooky Halloween self portrait. If you want to know how I made this, leave me a comment and I will whip up a tutorial.
I hope you all have a great sunday :) Here’s a little throwback to my trip to Disneyland Paris last September. I just realized today I never retouched the images. So here I present to you the Disneyland Paris Castle in all it’s glory. It was a stormy three days while I’ve been there but this makes for really nice moody pictures and I love the clouds!
so I kinda have an obsession with recycling at the moment. (Could be part of me being a poor student haha)