Hello my little kitties,
This morning while I was walking to the metro, I was thinking about what I could write for you to day, and I was feeling good, filled with love, it wasn’t too cold out, I had a silly grin plastered on my face, the song Myth de Beach House in my ears, and I felt good, relaxed, loose, it had been a long time since I felt like that, and all of a sudden, I got the feeling that, despite the dreadful start to this new year, 2015 is going to be an incredible year! The month of January slowed us down, what if we could rewind and start JanuaryIf only things could work like that, so let’s say instead that February marks a new beginning! That said, I wish you a wonderful 2015, filled with beauty, kindness, love and creativity!
I’ve wanted to partner up with a pastry shop for a while now, redo their whole menu on paper, but the opportunity never presented itself or at least hasn’t yet (never say never…). So, I got together with the girls from the Lemonade studio and we racked our brains to create a list of desserts that we love and make a paper calendar out of them for 2015… Although this was a long and laborious process, I think we are all really proud to offer you this calendar. You’ll notice that we are all about cakes made out of paper at the moment in the office, I won’t say any more about it, but it’s all coming soon to theblog.
I really cannot wait to tell you all about the awesome things we have planned for you in 2015... I really do hope though that time will take its time so we can prepare surprises for you – surprises that, as you will see, often take the shape of my dreams! Here’s to you, happy new year my little cinnamon buns !
To download your calendar, I invite you to click HERE. And be sure to print it out on thicker paper like Bristol, make some perforations and glide a little string in there to hang it up! And by the way, would you be into a Do it Yourself on how to make some paper cakes?
Sending big kisses
PS: THANKS to Charlotte S. and Jeanne D. for having so much patience...
Translated by Ida Driscoll