I have been working on costumes and many more things for a wonderful theatre group the last few weeks. It has been a lot of fun, and we have now reached the point where it gets really really busy:) 

So for today: some rock tunes by Kate Nash to wake up and start working!
Have a lovely thursday!

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RECIPE | Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Also a big fan of the yummy chewy cookies that they sell at "Subway" and Starbucks"? Well today is your lucky day, because today I will show you how to make them yourself!
The trick is to 'freeze' the dough before putting the cookies in the oven! I used the same technique for my cookie dough cupcakes recipe!

I made a peanut butter and chocolate chip version of the cookies, but you can of course play a little bit with the recipe to create your own favorite flavor!

Here's how:

Ingredients (makes 12 big cookies):

100g of Butter
100g of Peanut Butter
100g of Flour
100g of (Light)Brown Caster Sugar
75g of Chocolate (bar or chips)
1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
1 Egg
1/2 tsp of Baking Soda
1/2 tsp of Baking Powder
Pinch of Salt


- Chop the chocolate into chips
- Mix the butter, peanut butter and sugar smooth in a big bowl. 
- Add the extract, egg, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Mix the ingredients.
- Add the flour.
- Use a spatula or spoon the mix the chocolate chips into the smooth mixture.
- Place the mixture into the freezer for about 15 minutes. Or in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

- Preheat the oven to 180 degreed.
- Take small bits of dough and place them on a oven tray with  baking sheet.(for prettier cookies, roll the dough into small balls)
- Bake the cookies for 8 to 12 minutes, depending on the size of your oven and cookies.
- Let the cookies cool down a bit before moving them , because they tend to break at first.

This recipe is a mixture of recipes I found. My biggest inspiration was the fabulous Dutch food blog: Mijn Mixed Kitchen

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ROUNDUP | My Favorite Crafts on Pinterest

Being a craftblogger doesn't necessarily mean that I don't enjoy making other peoples crafts. In fact, I am always so inspired by other craftbloggers, that I often 'forget' to start working on my own blog because I keep browsing the internet finding so many fun tutorials!

Pinterest is my favorite source of finding tutorials and it's always very interesting to see how many repines(how many times it has been shared) or likes a project receives. 

Today I would like to show you a few crafts that I found on Pinterest and that received many views and repins on my "Craft On" Pinterest page.

Happy crafting!

How cute are these ice cream cone elbow patches! by studioDIY

Send a hidden invitation on a balloon! So cute, with an interactive touch! by edytaszyszlo

One of my most favored tutorials is this up cycled vase tutorial. Just add a little bit of lace and spray paint and you have restyled your old vases! by lanaredstudio

Another cute balloon surprise! Perfect for wedding invitations, get well soon gifts and many more! by quietlikehorses

I love this simple and very cute idea by freepeople. To me, it's the perfect combo of organizing and decoration!

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