I saw this up-cycled bottle with a peacock and little gems at a rural craft market in this corner of Wales. I was so close to treating myself to it, but resisted. A little part of me regrets its, a big part doesn't as I had no place to put it in my home.
Once a week, in my lunch hour I visit Healthy Planet - Books for Free, I have come back with a number of (cook-) books (and did the good deed and donated some too). I will share with you some books added to my burgeoning bookshelf, but it was this up-cycled book that caught my attention - if you look close - READ. This was made by one of their volunteers, very cool.At one of the rural craft markets I saw this fabric bag with stitched vegetable and fruit names in appropriate colours, funny thing, I just can't work out what the blue or purple one is - any ideas?
And finally my own little creation that was consumed. I made this Rose Cake. It was my second time at sugar crafting, I've made a snowman with earmuffs before, but making flowering rose petals was a little more fiddly. Not one for top marks, but I tried. The icing I would do again, but the sugar crafting, well I need a lot more practice, but the cake was lovely.
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