Book Review : Botanical Baking

Book Review : Botanical Baking

Contemporary Baking and Cake Decorating with Edible Flowers and Herbs by Juliet Sear F+W Media Learn how to perfect the prettiest trend in cake decorating – using edible flowers and herbs to decorate your cakes and bakes – with this impossibly beautiful guide from celebrity baker Juliet Sear. Learn what flowers are edible and great for [...]

March * Scrapbook Layout

March * Scrapbook Layout

Welcome to Saturday's Scrapbook time: March is about over and I thought I would share these two layouts using March sketch . I love doing cards and sketch book layouts using sketches. So here's my take : Layout # 1 : Is in honor of my Dad birthday in March. The colors are taken from [...]

Flowers in the field

Flowers in the field

Today bible journaling is inspire by a walk around town. And It inspired this layout : Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Luke 12 :27 Light blue water color wash [...]

Let’s Celebrate * Red Roses Day

Happy Red Roses Day   !!!  No it's not February June is the birth flower for June.   ach year on June 12, people in the United States observe National Red Rose Day. It honors the flower that is a symbol of love and romance, the red rose. The June birth flower is the rose. Red roses [...]

Happy Water a Flower Day *

So How much water?  Usually when the first inch or so of soil is dry, it's a good indication that watering is needed. In summer, watering outdoor potted plants is necessary daily (and even twice a day) for most species, especially when temperatures reach over 85 degrees So I usually water daily but lately we have had [...]

Poppies for Remembrance *

Hello Sunday Readers: In the United States we start the second  day of a 3 day weekend. On Monday we celebrate Memorial Day. A Day of Remembrance  of fallen solders.  Have you ever wondered about the poppies given out by American Legion? Or even why poppies?            After World War I, the [...]