Friday, 3 April 2015

Closet/Wardrobe Organizing - Part 5: Bedroom, Pinterest Inspired Organization

Left: Bedside Table - I painted it myself, was just plain pine. I like to keep the bedroom as clutter-free as possible, but being an avid acquirer of new shiny things I tend to get messy.
As long as everything has a home though, I can keep it tidy
(as long as I don't buy NEW STUFF!)
Right: This shelving sits next to my closet/Wardrobe under my Necklace Cork-board.
It holds my Nailpolish (in the Green Box)
and two pairs of impractical shoes I bought online... Online shopping aye, it'll get ya.

And this is how I organize my HATS! I made up this organizer all by myself, thought I was ever so clever, until I saw Geneva from "a Pair and a Spare" and her hat storage solution...
SO MUCH BETTER than mine... but I can always borrow her idea at a later date.

 Green, pink and purple are my favorite colors for interiors.
 Bedside cabinet - Dressing table
 Shoe cabinet, full length mirror and Hats

I'm pretty happy with the bedroom now.
Feels Less cluttered and a much nicer place to chill and play dress-up.

♥ Paula Shoe Fiend.

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Monday, 30 March 2015

Sunday Baking: Foodgasm Blondies - seriously, stop what youre doing and MAKE THESE NOW! Oreo & Dark Choc chunk White Choc Blondies

Serious foodgasm follows...


110gms butter melted
100gms White Choc Melted
1 Egg
200gms Icing Sugar
1T vanilla
90 gms All purpose flour
38 gms Cornflour
18 Oreo Cookies cut into large pieces
(the larger the pieces the more "Oreo-ish" your slice)
100 gms Chocolate chopped into chunks
Handful of M&Ms ( I used Pineapple #yum)


Melt Butter and White Choc together, cool. Beat egg and vanilla into butter mixture. Stir in flours until JUST combined (don't overmix) Stir in Oreos and Dark choc chunks - there are more goodies than batter - don't worry!
Press into a lined tin and sprinkle over M&Ms. Bake at 170 Celsius for about 30-40 minutes depending on your oven. It is cooked when slightly coloring on top and setting on the edges.
It will still be fudgy on the inside so try not to overbake it (I did ever so slightly and it STILL TASTES AMAZING)

*Drools Obscenely

These blondies are so rich and fudgy and chocolatey,
they may just change your life >:D

I adapted this recipe from Averie Cooks' Original here
because I cannot leave well alone!

Happy Sunday Baking everyone

♥ Paula Shoe Fiend.