Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Christmas Baking and Daisy's Dirndl



Such a busy day in the kitchen, and at the work computer.


Daisy executed her long-held plan of making marzipan mushrooms,


and putting them on our Buche de Noel.


Then it was time to get ready for evening church, the Christmas music service. Daisy had piano *and* clarinet solos, and thought she'd wear her dirndl.


I made this for her in the fall, faking it from a 50s pattern for a skirt and weskit.


She's very woodlandy.


That's why her mushrooms look so real.


10 comments:

jenny_o said...

Beautiful - all of this!

Rose said...

Daisy in your first photo (the one after the Yule Log) you look just like I imagine Heidi did at your age!

Lucille said...

How strange to see my Fiskars kitchen scissors sitting on your worktop! Daisy looks very well in her dirndl. Merry Christmas to all at Pleasant View Schoolhouse.

The Hobbit said...

All looks marvelous..........I've been away from my blogs for quite some time and Daisy has done alot of growing up since last I stopped for a visit..Merry Christmas to all !!

Melissa said...

What a wonderful kitchen space you have. Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas!

Lisa said...

Fabulous photos! It's so nice that, even though G. does it for a living, he still enjoys taking pictures of his family on his off time. Love that Daisy shot with the hair flipping up!

Lisateresa

Polly said...

Great mushrooms, Daisy! She does look like a woodland creature. I love the Buche de Noel tradition and yours is gorgeous--I've never been brave enough to attempt one on my own, but my dear friend makes one...with pretty little meringue mushrooms, too!

Christina Gomez said...

Beautiful girl,beautiful new kitchen color! Christina

Wendy said...

Love that first picture of your kitchen- the lighting especially.

Heather said...

Darling! Thanks for sharing beauty.

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