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The Blankee

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  • Dance shoes for Father & Daughter

    This has got to be one of the most precious things I have ever seen. Of course for me, my mum was usually my dance partner. Don’t you remember when your mum/pop would swirl and dazzle you all while balancing your weight on her/his toes? Well now you two can really follow each other’s steps with this design.

    Aamu Song and Johan Olin are Finnish designers that travel all across Germany, Japan, and Finland to visit factories and determine production possibilities based on the skill of that particular establishment. They mold their designs around the capabilities of the work staff in the manufacturers.

  • Summer yummies !

    Starting today, MyBlankee will begin posting an entry every Wednesday with a sweet treat for you to try at home. This week is ice cream sandwiches! You can make ‘em at home with simple ingredients, and even turn it into a project with the family. These delights are delicious and great for a day outside in the park, or when your kids go swimmin’ and need a snack afterward. Also, the simplicity of it allows for lots of flavor experimentation. Yesterday, I tried out vanilla cake (versus the chocolate shown in the instructions) and strawberry ice cream. Talk about heaven in my mouth!

    Step one- Gather your materials.
    * 1/2 cup (113 grams) unsalted butter, melted
    * 1/2 cup (100 grams) white granulated sugar
    * 1 large egg
    * 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    * 1/2 cup (65 grams) all purpose flour
    * 1/4 cup (25 grams) unsweetened cocoa powder
    * 1/4 teaspoon salt
    * 4 cups (2 pints) (950 ml) Ice Cream (Homemade or Store Bought), slightly softened – see what happens in step 6 if you let it get too melty!!
    * 10 x 15 inch (25 x 38 cm) rimmed baking sheet
    * Parchment paper

    Step two- Prepare your pan
    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F / 180 degrees C
    You could use a 10×15 baking pan with a parchment paper at the bottom, but it’s much more hassle free with the SilPat, a silicon pad on top of a cookie sheet.

    Step three- Melt the butter
    The amount of time varies from one microwave to another, but I usually stick a stick (haha, so I like puns…) of butter in there for about thirty seconds.
    You want it to be fully melted, but not boiling:

    Step four- Making the batter for the bread part of your sandwich
    In a large bowl, whisk together the melted butter and sugar.
    Whisk in the egg and vanilla extract.
    Add the flour, cocoa powder, and salt and stir until combined and smooth.

    Step five- Put it in the pan (almost there!)
    Spread the batter evenly in the prepared pan. This is made easier by use of an offset spatula. You don’t need one, but they’re pretty cheap, and I’ve been using mine far more than I thought I would!
    Bake for about 10 minutes turning the pan around halfway through cooking, so one side doesn’t get more brown than the other. The cake is done when it is dry to the touch and the edges just begin to pull away from the sides of the pan. Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool.

    Step six- Spread the cream !
    Gently lift the cake onto a cutting board. With a serrated knife, cut the cake in half crosswise. Place one half of the cake, top side down, on a large piece of plastic wrap. Spread with the slightly softened ice cream, smoothing with a spatula. Yeah! Top with the remaining half of cake, top side up. Wrap tightly in plastic wrap. Place in the freezer until firm, about two hours or overnight if you have a will made of steel.


  • Roald Dahl

    I remember late nights (which never exceeded 9 p.m. at the age of 7) snuggling into bed with a bedtime story. As children, we are gently nudged into routines and schedules that now as adults, live by. Reading with my mum was the best part of my nightly rituals. My favorites of stories always came back to one author: Roald Dahl. His silly writing always brought a smile to my face, and the faces of other generations. Even as an adult, I can enjoy his “Fantastic Mr. Fox” animation, and the film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Stop by your local bookstore or library and share some laughs with your little ones!



    Possibly the coolest children’s bedroom, integrating the outdoors with the indoors. This room sports a tree swing, a tree house, secret storage spaces, and a themed tv/entertainment area!




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  • We want your baby pictures!

    While we get super excited over seeing celebrities wrap their babies in our luxurious blankets, we want to see photos of your beautiful babes as well! E-mail us ( any and all pictures of your infant, toddler, or child in any and every My Blankee product they use. We’ll post ‘em on here for others to see just how beautiful your littlun looks wrapped in My Blankee. Who knows… we might even give away some prizes to the best pictures!

  • The Hangover & My Blankee Inc.


    “That’s one of our blankets!” This is how conversation started during lunch break in our corporate office. We were not even done with our lunches when we decided to go view a trailer of America’s #1 Movie, The Hangover. 24 seconds into the trailer, we spot a My Blankee Inc. Snail Blue – Black and White Zebra Print Velour with a Blue 2″ Ruffle Satin Edge. We were all excited to see one of our Blankees in the movie that we had to add it to our blog. Let’s just hope these guys find out whose baby this really is.

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