What’s small but feisty in its adorable and ridiculously delicious package? The macaron, of course. And window 15 reveals how you can make your own! (Of fabric, not dough, silly.)
First off, I’ve never made one of these. I just know them from Pinterest and the Prym catalog, so there you have it. Its tiny size means I probably wouldn’t manage anything this small and fiddly for now either, but I’m counting on you!
The metal bits sang promises of cuteness overload and I was unable to resist. They don’t cost a small farm either, as we used to say when I was living in Denmark, but are a small expense if stuff were to go down the toilet quite frankly. Please try making one!!!
So what goes into a macaron miniature purse? The two domes of course and then there’s the zipper for closure. The halves are generally padded and closed off, meaning there’s actually not a lot of wiggle room in there in the end. Miniature isn’t a lie here.
But who wouldn’t want a slightly impractical macaron purse? I don’t get it.
You find the metal bits in our shop and I hope you’re brave enough to try making a mini purse now.
In fact, I may have to bully you a bit into making one, so for a chance to win a package, tell me in the comments below what colours your twin purses would be, and whether you’d add some lace for final touch?
Winner will be drawn on Friday 18 December at 14.00 Helsinki time and announced as edit to this blog post. One comment per person, you can live wherever in the world.
Edit 18.12.2020: OUR LUCKY WINNER: AULI. Thank you and congratulations, we’ll be in touch with you!
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