i have a couple of gifts left to purchase this upcoming weekend, and i have a feeling i am not the only one... so here's another gift guide for you, hopefully it will inspire you to find some really pretty gifts for your loved ones.
today i've got some tasty gift ideas for you, it's all about the cookbooks. i believe a good cookbook is never wrong to either give away or receive. here are my favorite picks for this christmas.
THE KINFOLK TABLE (as seen in the picture above) is a beautiful cookbook from the creators of the KINFOLK magazine, and it's a collection of 85 recipes for small gatherings, some of the recipes refreshingly simple. read more about the book HERE.
THE GREEN KITCHENmy personal favorite, 100 healthy, super tasty vegetarian recipes using whole food and organic products. the entire book is a colorful feast for the eye, just pop on over to their BLOG and you'll get the picture...
GRØNT, another cookbook focusing on vegetarian food and inspires healthy eating. written by camilla jensen. this is unfortunately only written in norwegian, but you can take a look inside over HERE.
WHAT KATIE ATE 107 unique and gorgeous recipes collected in a beautiful cookbook with a rustic feel, written and photographed by katie quinn davis, who is also the creator of the amazingly beautiful WHAT KATIE ATE food-blog.
CEREAL MAGAZINEan independent food and travel journal published quarterly. each volume of CEREAL contains detailed expositions of food, travel destinations, as well as profiles on products, people and places. since this is a magazine, and not an actual cookbook, a whole years SUBSCRIPTION would be pretty awesome to give away to someone special.
be sure to check out different online stores for delivery dates on receiving your books in time for christmas, or visit your local bookstore for the titles above.
start with cutting squares 7x7cm (in the end the ball will measure 13 cm in diameters)
you will need a total of 60 squares
the tutorial i've made show you how to fold one basic shape step-by-step
when you finish step 13, you glue the two folded parts together and it will look like a kind of cone shape
when you have folded and glued each of the 5 cones, you glue these together like a flower in step 14
(be patient and let the glue dry in-between)
you will then need a total of 12 complete flowers (step 14) made out of 5 cones - and then you start to glue the flowers together, starting with one half of the ball, and remember to glue the ribbon in the middle, glue the other half of the ball, and finally glue the two halves together - and you are done!
december is coming up really soon, so i feel like it's time to start planning what we want to give are loved ones for christmas this year. i love to start planning early, because it gives a bit more time to just enjoy december and its magic in a more comfortable and slower pace.
i'm creating a tiny christmas gift guide series here on the blog this year, -starting off with a feel-good gift guide, to give you some inspiration.
here i've chosen some favorite products which look, smell or makes one feel really good!
a delightful lip balm from RODIN, the almond and linseed hair care series from KORRES, the all natural bio active skin care range from ISUN, a cosy 100% mohair plaid from HIMLA, the all around JOSIE MARAN argan oil moisturizer, scented candles - this one from TROMBORG, pipe earphones designed by KIBISI... complimented with a mindfulness app, chunky skeins of soft yarn for a creative new years project from PICKLES, and i think a subscription for an inspiring magazineis a great gift, that