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DIY ORIGAMI SEPTIMA STAR!

This comes from www.goorigami.com .  I thought these looked like something that could be made into an ornament or even made larger for the start on your Christmas tree.





It seems like this is the first origami star I’ve folded this year. And what a cool star it is!
Wondering how to make it? Follow the links below to the diagram and video instructions!
DescriptionName:Origami Septima StarDesigner:Ekaterina LukashevaUnits:6 / 7 (5 and 8-unit assembly is also possible)Paper ratio:squareAssembled with:no gluePaper size:7.5 cmModel size:~ 9 cmPaper:Patterned kami origami paper (China)Origami paper, Folia (Germany)Diagram:Septima Star – diagramVideo:Septima Star – video








HERE'S A RECIPE FOR A SIMPLY INCREDIBLE BANNANA CAKE!!

This recipe comes from www.this-is-irene.blogspot.com .  Another one of my favorite dessert foods.  Banana's!



Moist Banana Cake







Another easy everyday cake recipe today! To be honest, I didn't make it, I've still been pretty busy so mum's been doing the baking lately. This is just one of her specialty, when it comes to foolproof cakes, she's the boss, I prefer trying new recipes and ticking my to-do baking list even if it means some boo-boos on the way rather than stick to old favourites. Yes, I'm a fearless, courageous, risk taking young woman haha. So today, it's a super moist, non-crumbly banana cake. On her recipe book it's titled "exquisite banana cake", I think she got it the recipe from a friend but well, if it has "exquisite" in the title, must be something pretty special right?







Another little secret: I only got the chance to photograph it on the second day, because it was pretty gloomy the day she made it. And by the time …

INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS FESTIVAL OF MONTE-CARLO!!

The Festival International du Cirque de Monte-Carlo (International Circus Festival de Monte-Carlo) was created in 1974 by Prince Rainier III of Monaco to promote circus arts....for which he had a lifelong passion.  The first festival was held from December 26th to the 30th, 1974 under the big top of the French circus Bouglione, installed on what was then the Esplande de Fontvielle.  In the forward he wrote for the program, Prince Rainiers said, "This International Circus Festival was created thinking of the circus community, of this family of underestimated people, so that you, attentive spectators of their efforts and of their work, could know them better, and celebrate them better".  It was the first true circus festival ever presented in the Western world.









   During the Festival, a selection of some of the best circus acts in the business are presented twice to a paying audience and a Jury of circus professionals, journalists, and specialists...presided until 2005 by the …