Pumpkin Doggie Treats


As usual, I have been busy with work again, so the only thing I’ve managed to do is to bake some healthy treats for my darling.

This time, it is pumpkin, oats and peanut butter treats. She loves it as always…hmm…but what doesn’t she love…heehee! 

I still have quite a bit of pumpkin treats though I’ve already halved the recipe. I must ask my “neighbour” if she wants some for her doggie. Or maybe I should just carry the treats along and share it with other dogs when I bring Ellie for a walk ūüôā

Fresh Breath Healthy Doggie Treats

I have a greedy princess at home who LOVES eating.

So when I chanced upon this website which had a recipe that seems easy enough for me, I decided to bake it for my little darling. The only difference was that I used a silicon mold instead of a cookie cutter which I felt was actually easier to manage.¬†Fresh Breath TreatsI know I should have chopped the parsley more finely.¬†Fresh Breath Treats (2)Fresh Breath Treat (3)Nevertheless, my greedy girl loves the treat! Fresh Breath Treat (4)For this photo, she was having a hard time practising self-control…heehee!

Note for baking¬†dummies like me…
Parsley and coriander are different, though they look quite similar. The shape of their leaves are different and their smell vary. I only learned about this after reading this.

Four Leaf Clover Keychain

4 leaf clover keychainI had this idea of making a four leaf clover keychain in my head for the longest¬†time. But¬†as usual, I can’t seem to find the time.

Finally, thanks to the public holiday, I had some spare time. I cut out felt using my Cricut machine, stitched the felt together and added some green beans inside.

I know my sewing skills are simply terrible, that’s why I have been reluctant to invest in a sewing machine which I have no confident in operating.

Although the keychain didn’t turn out the way I had envisioned it to be¬†(due to my poor stitching)…at least it still looks like a four leaf clover. Hopefully, it will bring some good luck to the ones who received it =)

Guitar Memento

My friend wanted to give her students a farewell gift. And after researching online, I thought it didn’t seem too difficult to make a polymer clay guitar memento. So I happily told her that I will try it out and make 10 guitars memento for her.

What I didn’t foresee is that making stuff with polymer clay isn’t really my forte. Firstly, I had difficulty gauging the correct thickness of the polymer clay. Also, I¬†didn’t have a pasta machine to help me roll out the clay evenly and I had to use a rolling pin instead. Anyway, to cut the long story short, I made numerous mistakes and had to redo the guitars numerous times.

After the many trial and errors…these are the final products. Though they’re still quite far from perfection…it’s really my best already. Hopefully, her students will like it =)

Guitar Memento (1)Guitar Memento (2)