There is something so satisfying to me about making ice cream. It is so rich and delicious plus I find the whole process fun. When the first hint of spring hits, I drag out the Cuisinart and get going.
I made David Lebovitz's recipe, and it was devine. The 5 egg yolks make it super rich and decadent. Next, I am going to try this yummy recipe using coconut milk and strawberries. This time, Rowan and I polished off the quart in record time. So fattening and so worth it.
Ok, I know we don't mail actual pictures anymore. This post is old fashioned and archaic. Photos of loved ones appear on our Facebook page or we see them as jpegs in our gmail. BUT here me out. Every once in awhile I think it would be nice for our family members to get actual pictures in the mail. I have hundreds, maybe thousands of pictures tucked away in iphoto, and I have honestly lost track. I really wanted to hold these memories in my hands rather than just getting a glimpse of them on my computer screen.
To see these printed out was really satisfying. Plus, if your parents are anything like mine, they love to frame pictures of the grandkids for around the house. Give it a shot!
Download the printable HERE if you would like to make the envelope above. I printed it on card stock and used a 4 x 6 photo.
Here is a fun printable for your Easter basket or a spring gift. You can make this chocolate or these cookies and wrap them up with these brown paper bag bunny wrappings. Both are easy to do and isn't it fun to share something homemade?
Dowload the printable HERE. Use these bags and feed them through your printer.
I love this idea because, honestly, it is so easy and does not involve dying the eggs. Mostly, you just need a black sharpie and plain white paper to make these adorable little bunnies. I just drew the little ears on paper, cut them out, then glued them to the eggs. Done and done!