Saturday, 25 December 2010

Merry Crimbly Everyone!!!!

This is the reason why I wasn't putting to many pictures recently. The little one was sucking out my energy and I wasn't feeling too well...But it's all good now and the baby is growing well and healthy... So Merry Christmas Everyone!!!! Meet my 10cm

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Matej's Birthday

I made my husband a coffee and almond birthday cake. Here is how:


4 eggs
1tumbler glass of sugar
1 tumbler glass of flower
1 teaspoon of baking powder 
tiny bit of ground coffee (brewed up with little bit of water)
almond flakes


double cream
100g butter (soften)
2 tablespoons of sugar
teaspoon of coffee (brewed up)

Saturday, 27 November 2010


CHristmas Market tomorrow at Tyneside Cinema!!!! So that's a little preview of what I'll be selling...

More stuff I'll upload soon...

Thursday, 4 November 2010

changed into animal

                                        A new series of drawings... IN PROGRESS...

Sometimes You can feel You're changing into something or someone else...It can be temporary or it might a permanent change of Yourself... Be cautious what are You changing into...

Monday, 1 November 2010


I found some cool Halloween ideas, that i just could't resist... And the top picture is me and my mum... which is which...?

Friday, 15 October 2010

The Adventures of Mary

Two of my illustrations from some time ago..I created a series of Mary, the redhead skinny girl who meets creatures on her way...

Thursday, 14 October 2010


We're going home soon. I made this card for my parents in law 30th wedd anniversary... WOW. 30 years with each other. That's something. Although we've been together (me and Matej) for six years and I haven't even notice it's been that long. Feels like we're still freshers in getting to know each other... The time is passing so quickly...  I hope my parents in law will like the card along with other slides from family life that we put into digital frame...

Sunday, 26 September 2010

craft market

Today at the Press Play Craft Market:

It was freezing...  This are the goods I was selling...

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Coo King

Once in a while I feel like cooking. Having a husband-chef doesn't cause that urge too often, but still sometimes I'm trying to impress with my culinary skills (not that great...). Today it was my husband's name day (sort of like a birthday but less spectacular), so yesterday I made him a pasta bake and today a raspberry tart. Here are the recipes and remember: although it might not look pretty, it taste yummm. By the way check my husband's cooking blog: pepper-it

                                                                       Pasta Bake

100-200g of any kind of pasta You like (I used Penne)
Half of red and yellow pepper
half of red onion
half of aubergine
(You can really use any veggies You like)
200g of peeled shrimps
cheeeeese (gouda and parmesan in mine)
single cream

For the sauce (my husband taught me that):
olive oil
1 bag of cherry tomatoes
other half of onion
7 leaves of fresh basil
one clove of garlic
salt, pepper and sugar
fresh coriander

I fried red onion on olive oil with finely chopped garlic and basil. Then washed cherry tomatoes, sliced them in half and add them to pan; added salt and pepper. Left it on slow fire for about 40mins to one hour, tasted it if it needs sugar. Sometimes the tomatoes are sweet enough. When done (U'll know when it's done by it's mushy texture), I used the strainer to get rid off tomatoes skin, blended it with blender and added chopped coriander. Now, I boiled pasta, but not for too long as I want it only half cook (it will soften while baking in oven). Slice both peppers, onion and aubergine and roast it on pan for few minutes.  Then I filled the bottom of the casserole dish with pasta and added the tomato sauce. Next layer are the roasted vegetables and shrimps (washed in cold water, and well squeezed to get rid of all water). Again use any kind of meat. Lastly I added grated parmesan and gouda and baked in pre heated oven for about 30 mins. I added some rocket leaves for decoration and because I just love it. (Hope it all makes sense)   Voila! 

Raspberry Tart

I got this recipe at monkey see
The video wasn't great and so my tart doesn't look as nice... I had the base too short in the oven, and when I added the raspberries and custard and baked it again, it was well done on the side but rare in the centre. You can see the burnt edges. At the end it's still tasty, but I was going for the visual effect too. Well, my reflections about this are: cooking is an art too and 'We all learn on our mistakes'.

Monday, 20 September 2010


Creation. Something I've been trying to do. Wanting to do. A need for creativity...

We went for a visit. Me and Adriana Rojas Viquez (galactic gazelle). We have a vodka with aloe vera juice. With grape, I think, it was.We happen to be surrounded by objects. Little things. Bits and bobs own by Ben Jeans Houghton (ben jeans houghton). We do. We create. It's such a nice feeling. Both creating and aloe vera+vodka. Such a spontaneous visit. Spontaneous vodka and juice.  Spontaneous creativity. Sometimes the best way to do.

CREATION. Pretty or not it's yours. Made by your own hands. DIY style. Freestyle. Spontaneously. I made this two mini Monkey sculptures. First one is made with a use of a Christmas lights bulb and second is a headed monkey wall hanger.

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