Loaf-ing and Toasting

This loaf was a bit temperamental to make, as it didn’t particularly want to stay the shape I made it, but it got there in the end.

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The end slice of the loaf is toasted – and rather burnt, too.

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Both slices of bread fit into the toaster, as I made the toaster based on the size of the bread slices.

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So the bread can go in un-toasted…

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…and come out toasted. This slice might have been in there a little too long, I think. We’re still getting the hang of the toaster, some of the settings are a little funny.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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Toasting to a Makeover

It’s not exactly a makeover, but the kitchen did get a splash back today.

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I put two powerpoints in for charging or…

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…for appliances, like toasters.

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I like the new splash back, and the toaster looks good too. I do think I need to put some shelving up though, as the tiles look a bit bare at the moment. Then there would be a place to display the mug collection, and maybe a pot plant…

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

Testing the Oven

Has the timer gone off yet?

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Woohoo! The choc chip cookies are a success!

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The canister looks so good filled.

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BB8, they are not for you, alright? You’ll get crumbs in your personality chip.

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I made them out of clay, formed into small semi-circles and painted with choc chips. They are two slightly different colours, partly because I was testing colours and partly because not all cookies in a batch are the same shade, right?

In other news, an anonymous taste test has revealed that they are delicious, and they go excellently with hot chocolate.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

A Herd of 10 Horses: Requested

As requested by towaco5oh (If you’re looking for heaps of awesome stuff about Schleich horses, go check her out! And thank you for the suggestion!), this is a list of sorts of 10 of my Schleich herd. They are in no particular order, just the first 10 that popped into my head.

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This is Annie, the Tennessee Walking mare from a few years ago.

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Above is Cheyenne, the Camargue mare from a few years ago as well.

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This is Daffodil, the current Shire mare.

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Coincidentally, this is Duke, the current Shire stallion.

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Then this is Felix, I don’t really know what breed he is as the catalogue just said ‘Trained Horse’.

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These two are Poppy (on the left) and Caramel, my two Haflingers.

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This is Puzzle, my Pinto yearling from a few years ago.

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Spice, the recently retired Falabella mare.

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Stevie, my Icelandic mare who I believe is still available.

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Last but not least is Pie (behind), my retired Pinto mare.

Looking over these 10, I own a lot of retired models. I don’t really like most of the newer ones, If I’m honest, but that may just be personal preference. It’s good to give my horses some love, as I forgot how photogenic some of them were!

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic