I found the theme for my Easter party looking at these yellow and white felt rabbits by Daff. They are adorable. I am still for a retailer who carries them; I will keep you posted if I find one. Feel free to share if you know a source.
Homemade Nutella on the Menu
I often make crepes (not pancakes) or Belgium waffles on Sunday for breakfast. Most of times, I serve them with my quick-to-make fruit jam recipe. It is topped with authentic maple syrup. I do not live in Quebec for nothing.
Once in a while, I will spread Nutella instead. This is why I got intrigued yesterday when I saw on Cook and Eat a recipe for homemade Nutella. The beautiful photos were taken by the talented photographer Lara Ferroni, the blogger behind Cook & Eat.
Until I publish my crepe recipe experiment with Joe David’s Nutella Crepe recipe from David Rocco’s Dolce Vita TV series. Basically, he replaced some of my eggs with olive oil. I drop 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract or orange extract on mine. You evenly smooth out the batter by turning the crepe pan. The key is in the wrist movement.
A Call to Crafters
If they are any crafter interested in creating similar bunnies before Easter, I am interested in featuring your tutorial with a downloadable pdf template to cut the shapes. Fill out the contact form to inform me of your interest.
+ Felt bunnies, felt bag, felt boxes, felt coasters and felt placemats by Daff
+ Felt boxes, coasters and placemats in assorted colors at Provide p 604.632.0095
529 Beatty St, Vancouver, BC, Canada get directions
+ DIY Nutella: photography by Lara Ferroni – rights reserved
Simply Modern WeddingsMarch 12, 2009 at 03:01
I love that yellow and gray tablescape…way to modernize the easter look!
Michelle@Everyday CelebratingMarch 12, 2009 at 12:45
LOVE the bunnies! Submitted the contact form. Couldn’t tell if it went through. I’ve got the template!
NathalieMarch 16, 2009 at 08:30
So cute the birdies and felt products.
I found that Fred Segal Green in the U.S. sell some products from Daff.