Thursday, 2 September 2010



Look at my shiny new cake stand! Sure, it's gaudy cheap faux-vintage, but somehow I love it...

I did buy it to be a jewellery display, but as I am sadly sans future craft markets for now,
today I'm going to fill it up with some of Nath's plum cake. If anyone in the East Anglia area knows of any upcoming craft markets I could muscle in on, please get in touch!

12 comments:

laura said...

what do you mean gaudy...it's fantastic!!!!! love love lovin' your blog right now. x

ByMyFairHand said...

I love it, its really quaint. I'm still on the look out for one of these bad boys.

Katyha said...

It is beautiful..it looks so delicate and pretty

nath said...

A HAND-HELD BLENDER?! blasphemy! impudence!

ahem, i expect it did taste nice? or did you have to scrape it straight into the bin after you has realised your transgression?

Louise said...

Hahaha it would have been just fine, had I not started cutting my fringe while it cooked and left it 5 mins too long. After a black-bit scraping session it's all good, though! Perhaps that was my punishment.

Deb said...

Oh god plum cake sounds so good. I'm having a cake session next Friday maybe I should have a plum cake session.

Miss_Muffett said...

i looooove it, i keep my knitted cake son mine :) xx

ida said...

beautiful! lots of pretty things

rebecca said...

haha, trust me, at sixteen i was watching jeremy kyle and having picnics, NOT making a career!
and i don't know of any craft fairs, sorry :/ would be good if there were some.

http://itscohen.blogspot.com/

Amber Rose said...

This is such a sweet blog! The cake stand is so pretty :) Sorry I don't know any craft fairs-wish I did, though!

Katie said...

Neeeed one of these, right now! Going to go hunting for one next time i'm in an appropriate place :)

DayslikeToday said...

ooh this is sooo beautiful x