Wishlist & Twitter

I’ve decided to get with the times and join Twitter. I’m still working out how to use it and haven’t a clue how to search for people who are not in my email contact list. If you are on there let me know! You can follow my twitter down on the left.

Crazy Magpie fan cookbook – Perfect for messy cooks like me as it is wipeable. There is also some other lovely stuff on this website, I especially love the wrapping paper.

Made in England rolling pin – Designed by Kathleen Hills. As soon as I saw this I knew I had to have it. I’m now waiting patiently in the hope that Santa may bring it for me. Never before would I have imagined I would want a designer rolling pin.

Hug Salt & Pepper Shaker – in reality I don’t need another salt & pepper shaker in the kitchen, but these are so cute.

Knitted cake decorations – I adore these and just wish I could knit. Although I’m creative and can take up almost anything arty, I can’t for the life of me knit. Just imagine a Christmas tree covered in cakes…heaven!

Ribbon Sweets – I was originally entranced by these beautiful ribbon creations back in the summer when I saw them at Chatsworth House. They are designed by Candace Kling and they take me back to my A’level art days when I spent quite a bit of time experimenting with textiles and textures. It makes me wish I could have a room with a huge table, tonnes of storage allowing me to dedicate time to art again.

The Old Oak’s Last Dream – OK not food related, but still stunningly beautiful. Again also on my Christmas list. In reality I would love all of the illustrations and they would adorn the walls of my dream kitchen.

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