April 22, 2013

Media - tickle the imagination magazine shoot

'What A Day For A Daydream' is how this photo shoot was styled by Colour Cues, Bellezza Interiors, 3 Mockingbirds Designs, Frangipani Designs and me - Giggleberry Creations.
We had lots of fun in the Sydney sunshine on a Tuesday a few weeks ago playing with fabrics, cushions, glassware, props, turkish delight, flowers and of course bunting to create an outdoor space that you could just get lost n for hours and hours!

We are thrilled to finally show off the finished shoot in the latest issue of tickle the imagination online magazine that was released last Saturday. Check out all the gorgeous images on pages 10-17 HERE

Can't you just imagine spending waaaay too much time here reading a book and sipping tea? I can! Thank you Tanya, for tickle the imagination for such a gorgeous magazine and for letting us play for this shoot!!


April 5, 2013

Happy Friday Find!

I know, I know - it's been ages since the last Happy Friday Find. Sorry. Life just seems to be getting busier and busier as my kiddies grow!
I have been meaning to share this adorably awesome bunting find with you for a few weeks too... I did managed to share it on the Giggleberry Creations Facebook Page so you may have already seen it but it to cute to not share again because it is practically me - on a mug!!.

The Girl Sewing Bunting Mug is sadly no longer available... if it was believe you me I would definitely have one in my kitchen!!
Happy Friday xx

April 4, 2013

Grain free, Gluten free, Dairy free - Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls!

I love finding a new recipe to try and this one was just too tempting when I saw it posted by someone on Instagram. They looked so easy I had to give it them go right away.
I did have a little 'play' with the original grain & egg free recipe to make it gluten and dairy free as well (and it's also ridiculously low in nasty sugars).... Enjoy!

1x 400g tin of chick peas (drained & rinsed)
2/3 Cup peanut butter
2 tsp vanilla
1/4 Cup Rice Malt Syrup
1 tsp gluten free baking powder
1 Tbs Coconut flour
Pinch of salt
1/2 cup choc chips (I used left over dairy & gluten free Sweet William choc bunnies from Easter that I cut up but you can use their choc chips).

Blitz everything, except choc chips, in food processor to combine (if it's too 'wet' add a tiny touch more coconut flour if it's too dry add a tiny touch of water). Once it's all incorporated stir in choc chips by hand. Scoop out a spoonful of the mixture and roll into balls in your hands (I got 17 balls). Place balls on a baking paper lined biscuit tray. Bake in oven for 10-12mins.

Eat warm and gooey straight from the oven or let them cool - up to you - but I bet you will enjoy then for sure!!