A lil V-Day sumptin sumptin...

Thursday, February 7, 2013

 My overly talented and beautiful sister-in-law, Kylie, has started a DIY instagram with her sisters that is so creative and cute...you can follow them @warpaintweekend on Insty.
Since I am  craft challenged, as I like to say, I have asked them to showcase a little of their craftiness for this Valentines Day 
Hi, we are Warpaint Weekend.  
Three sisters who grew up in a family who crafted for a living. Our parents, mostly our mother, crafted since we were little.   I guess it's not a surprise that we all have the crafting gene as well.   One of our favorite memories was that our dolls had clothes to match ours when we were little. Our Mama is a sewing genius!

  Warpaint weekend is a place where we can express our passion and share with you guys fun, inexpensive and functional ways to recreate something you love!  Each of us bring our own style to the group.  
Jen, the oldest, has a fun, eclectic, chic-ness to her style, and comes up with awesome kid crafts and party decor! Maddie, the youngest, has a passion for the old fashion. She brings in a unique, 60's, wild and gutsy style to the plate! And Kylie, the middle sister, expresses herself through her passion for good food, fashion and fun!  
 Here is a few ideas for your valentines Day breakfast. 
Surprise your lover, a friend, or your family! Even let the kids help! 

 Heart and arrow pancakes- pancake mix of your choice, blend in blender to make sure there are no clumps. Use a condiment bottle and squirt batter onto the pan making shapes. 
Pink syrup- 1  1/2 cups sugar, 3/4 cup water, 1 tbsp butter, dash of salt, 1 drop of red food coloring and a half tsp of your choice of flavoring. (We recommend almond or lemon so it stays clear for food coloring.) Boil on stove till sugar is dissolved and serve warm.


Strawberry heart and arrow- whole strawberry, pull off stem, cut V in the top of strawberry, slide toothpick through, put a chocolate chip on one end and mini marshmallow on the other.
 Heart omelette- 2 eggs, choice of meat and veggies, mix in bowl and pour into a metal cookie cutter or a heart pancake mold. Flip to cook other side and top with cheese. Purple milk- 1/2 cup of milk, 1 drop of blue and 2 drops of red food coloring.


  1. I love it all! I might try the pancake batter in a condiment bottle thing. Looks easy enough! Really cute ideas.

  2. CUTEEE!! This is awesome! and you are not "craft challenged"! You can bake cakes!!

  3. so precious!!

    Also have you seen this one? more bad twilight lip reading!



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