Baking in High Heels ~ Montreal

Our Canadian “Baking in High Heels“ tour is filled with glittery excitement, leaving behind a trail of sweetness in every city we visit. We’ve got all the footage to prove it, but first thing’s first – let’s shed some light on our fab partners who made our creamsicle photoshoot a living dream! More pics to come..

Creative Direction & Pumpkin Design-ista: Tania Semper

Creative Assistant & Pumpkin Design-ista: Genevieve Ghaleb

Model-ista: Bianca De Robertis

Fabulous Designer Aprons: TootlePip (want one? inbox us

Edible-looking Jewelry: Chez Laurette

Sweet Table Design & Props: Joe’s Prop House

Makeup & Hair: Caroline Theoret

Eye Lashes:

Floral Decor: Luluthia

Creamsicle Colored Meringues: La Cornetteria

Chocolate High Heels: L’Artiste Chocolatiere

Cake & Cupcakes: Cupcake et Macaron

Designer Cookies: L&V Sweets

Pumpkins: La Ferme Quinn

A special thank you to Monique Simone for her fab photography skills.

Stay tuned for a detailed blog post on our Montreal “Baking in High Heels” event! xo

Glitter Pumpkins

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This Thanksgiving weekend is all about Glitter Pumpkins!

What Fashionista wouldn’t want a glitter pumpkin as her Thanskgiving table centrepiece? We sure do! The best part about glitter pumpkins is that you don’t have to carve them, add some glue, your preferred shade of glitter, fasten with a bow & off you go! Glitter Pumpkins can last up to 3 weeks – 6 weeks if stored in a cool area, so you’ll be able to reuse these decorative delights for your Halloween gatherings.

The only catch is.. if you want a glitter pumpkin, you’ll have to sharpen your arts & crafts skills and tackle this task on your own. Lucky for you, we’ll reveal how!

Here are the materials you’ll need at hand: (Thank you Martha Stewart for your fabulous Glitter Pumpkin suggestions)

Designer Apron • Ultrafine Glitter • Pumpkin • Designer Dries Clear Adhesive • Spoon • Brown Acrylic Paint • Paintbrush • Tray for adhesive • Paper Plate • Rubbing Alcohol

Step 1 ~ Fashionista meets the Simple Life: Go pumpkin hunting at a local farm. Make sure you’re wearing your Hunter Boots!

Step 2 ~ Get ready to get your hands & nails dirty – we recommend visiting your local nail bar for a Shellac treatment, we can assure you that your nail polish will shine through, shellac treatments last weeks!

Step 3~ Pour glue into tray, add 1 to 2 drops of water to thin slightly. Some pumpkins are a little “waxy” so you may want to “season” your pumpkin first: wipe surface with rubbing alcohol then brush on a thin layer of adhesive and let it dry completely.

Step 4 ~ Coat one half of your pumpkin with glue but try not to hold the pumpkin by the stem, it may break off. While glue is wet, white and shiny, sprinkle on the glitter using your spoon.

Step 4 ~ Glue and glitter the other side of pumpkin as above. Coat stem with brown acrylic paint and let dry. Once dry, the stem can also be covered with glitter.

Step 5 ~ Add a satin bow for added glamour!

If you’re brave enough to tackle this challenge, snap a picture and send it to and you’ll enter our contest to winning a ticket to our upcoming “Baking in High Heels” event!

Need some added motivation? Checkout this video for a much needed sugar push ~

The eFashionista Team xxo