Monday, April 6, 2015

Those Unappreciated Dolls


The dolls got together and decided to bake
scones and buns and a chocolate cake;
They worked all afternoon, without taking a brake,
and then the bear said: but I wanted steak!


this bakery is a joint effort with my niece Michal  -
Get your cakes here!




56 comments:

  1. Great article, Thanks for your great information, the content is quiet interesting. I will be waiting for your next post.

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  2. That is really a hard day's work for the dolls baking so many scones, buns and a chocolate cake! Lots of fun!

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  3. How sweet! It reminds me my children's childhood!

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  4. Such a cute (and sweet) post! :)

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  5. Well I would like a cake for my breakfast please! :)

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  6. Well I would like a cake for my breakfast please! :)

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    1. Cheese or chocolate, Deb? You should know that we also have baguettes!

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  7. How adorable and so glad you had fun with your niece! Have a wonderful day and week.
    Julie xo

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  8. Ha Ha -this made me smile this morning! Love it!

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  9. I love all the miniatures! It looks like a bakery!

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  10. How could the bear say that he wants a steak??
    Very nice post :)
    xoxo

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  11. love the little cork people! so cute!

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  12. SO SO CUTE! What a good thing to make with those leftover bubbly corks! Love this idea and your poem,. too!

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    1. Thank you for the sweet comment, Michele!

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  13. Your "Food" is wonderful...That must be so much fun to make with your niece!

    Carol

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  14. You have so much fun! Great imagination, too! Wonderful! ♥

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  15. Amalia, you have the most delightful poems on your blog. I love the little cork dolls, they're cute. Jess has a cork bulletin board, and through the years, she's collected quite a few.

    Have a lovely week.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Thank you, Sheri! We have a ton of corks as well. I wonder who's been drinking all that wine :-)

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  16. Now all of my dollies will want cake! They are simply irresistible....so pretty and fun! Enjoy your week! Hope there's enough for everyone! heehee Hugs, Diane

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  17. That is so cute. What a fun thing to do with kids. Thanks for finding me and leaving me a comment. I am your newest follower. xo Diana

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  18. What a fun thing to do. Love the corks and the cakes look scrummy :-)

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    1. We plan to serve tea as well, stay tuned :-)

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  19. This looks like a very happy group! So creative :)

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  20. You are a wonderful Auntie! And your bakery has just what I can enjoy with no worry of consuming calories :) Thanks!

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    1. Calorie free! I didn't think of that one. My niece is too young to be bothered :-)

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  21. What a great idea for the corks! I did wonder at first how big the bottles were until I realised the cakes were small :-)

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    1. The cakes tins are beer bottle caps. Some people were very willing to help us collect them :-)

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  22. I want dolls so they can bake for me while I'm at work ;) Such patience to do so small cakes!

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    1. You should see the mess these dolls left in the kitchen, Magali. Be careful what you wish for :-)

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  23. Oh, I will sign up to be a follower! What a lovely blog you have!
    Does anyone else notice your quote at the bottom of your blog? I was so happy to see it! It is from "Let's Go Fly A Kite" from Mary Poppins, isn't it? I love that movie!! xx

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    1. Now that you mention it, you are the very first one to comment on my favorite quote! Yes, it is from Mary Poppins, right at the end of the film, And it is quite crafty, isn't it? I'm very glad to have you visit me.

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  24. Sweet! I just love your blog.
    xx oo
    Carla

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  25. My daughter is a mini clay food addict! We have tiny cakes, fruits and veggies. We even have tiny pizza...although I must admit, we do not have a tiny steak!

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  26. Oh, this is GREAT You and Michal did a fabulous job!

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  27. That looks like fun! Hope those dolls are hungry! Sarah x

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  28. Wonderful little cakes, and using the bottle tops as pie dishes is such a great idea!!
    Happy weekend.
    Helen xox

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  29. Funny little cakes and dolls !
    Have a great wekend !
    Anna

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  30. What fun! I am enjoying looking through your blog :)

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  31. Aww really fun and lovely work!!
    I loved made this when I was little!
    And my daugther too.she has 20 now but still when Im baking she thinks Im playing and say may I help you???
    Ha!

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    1. You are both welcome to come and play with us, we are not done!

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  32. Amazing blog and very interesting stuff you got here! I definitely learned a lot from reading through some of your earlier posts as well and decided to drop a comment on this one!

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