A few weeks ago we spent the weekend in Munich. To break up the trip on the way home, we took our little dinosaur aficionado to a new dino highlight, the Dinosaurier or Dino Museum in Altmühltal. The museum is…
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This delicious strawberry yoghurt ice cream is so easy to make – even a 3 y.o. can (almost) do it! With or without an ice cream machine, the crowds will definitely be coming back for more.
Anyone who has read some of the DIY or cooking posts on this blog will know: I like things that are simple, effective and make an impact. This Easter art project and this delicious salad are just two examples. So…
We have a visitor from Australia coming. And we have plans. Schloss Burg, Burgers’ Zoo, Knife shopping in Blade City, Cologne or Düsseldorf and a trip to Berlin. Tune in to find out more!
A simple twist on an old favourite that is easy to make and simply delicious! The mixture of raspberries and black tea is very refreshing for summer or spring and is wonderful addition to any glass of champagne style wine.
These easy DIY kid’s room projects are all part of Miss M’s room full of love. With a DIY mobile, faux taxidermy, watercolour and rainbow pillows and a pompom blanket – the room is full of watercolour rainbow love.
While I live in Europe, I have travelled back and forth between Australia and Europe more times than I can count. I have also travelled extensively throughout Europe. Over time, I have developed a “Master list of what to pack for your trip to Europe”. This is that list.
To launch our Ice ice, Baby Series, we have developed a quiz that will tell you what your ice cream choices say about you. Are you an optimist? A perfectionist? A free spirit? Take our quiz to find out.
Miss M has numerous pieces of DIY art hanging in her room to personalise her space. This article briefly explains how to make each idea. Her gallery of DIY art ideas is bright, fun and reflects who she is.
Going on a short city trip with a small child is quite different to city tripping on your own. Still, with a few adjustments, mostly to your own approach, city trip with a small child can be just as much fun.
How to make a Raspbellini: Tea with Mum’s twist on the Venetian classic from Harry’ Bar, the Bellini. Lovely and refreshing and great for a brunch, afternoon tea, as an aperitif or to wind down on a warm Summer’s day.
This cheap, simple and versatile handmade wire art simply adds personalisation to a space and interest to a wall, without being visually heavy.