1 year old tomorrow! I can't believe I've been blogging for a year already. When I first started this blog, I just wanted to share my photos with others. Since then it has become so much more than that. This blog has become my creative outlet where I can explore and share my love for photography, baking, traveling, writing, and anything else that I'm hooked on. Having this blog pushes me to be more productive and creative with my spare time. I find myself setting time aside to try new recipes or crafts and that makes me really happy.
One thing that surprised me about blogging is all of the friends that I've made from all over the world. It's really incredible. A few months after I started, I discovered the Stats page and it blew my mind. I could never imagine that all of these people were reading my blog! I was perfectly happy when I thought that it was just my close friends and family reading it. I couldn't stop smiling after that discovery. It's hard to believe that I have readers from Australia, France, England, Japan, Russia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and so many other wonderful countries. I remember telling James one day that I have a reader from Latvia. That got me really excited because I didn't even know where Latvia was! (I promptly looked it up afterward lol) It's so fun to get to know someone who's half a world away and find out how similar we are :) I would love to get to know more of my readers so please join and leave comments!
This blog brings me so much happiness and I'm really looking forward to the year ahead. I'm inspired by so many amazing bloggers out there and I hope that I can inspire my readers too. I have a few fun projects planned and will start hosting giveaways..so stay tuned! Thank you so much for reading my blog and I hope to celebrate many more blog birthdays with you all! ♥
this white cake recipe and folded 2 tablespoons of rainbow sprinkles (the longer ones like these) into the batter. I baked it in a 10-inch pan so that I can cut smaller rounds out of the cake to make a mini layer cake.
I frosted the cake with half a batch of Martha Stewart's Swiss Meringue Buttercream. I love how cute this cake is. I think I'm going to make little cakes like this more often.