If ewe follow us on Instagram brew have grounds for thinking that we have bean doing no work, just exploring the localitea with our half pints. But we haven’t just bean procaffeinating, we have bean multeatasking and extending our range of brewteaful mugs, perfect wether ewe are a coffee, tea or hot chocolate drinker!! As … Read moreMugshots!
I love the saying by Oscar Wilde “When it rains look for rainbows, when it’s dark look for stars.” It is so positive, encouraging you to look on the bright side. We have spent since Saturday snowed in, only able to leave our property on foot. I love the snow and so was very happy … Read moreWhen it snows!
We aren’t sure how to feel yet about the Great British Bake Off moving from the BBC, but have to admit that there were some amazing cakes on last nights show. I really want to eat that Sandwich! 🙂 Why not encourage your future Bake Off winner with one of these lovely titles … Or … Read moreReturn of the Great British Bake Off!
St Fagans National Museum of History is an amazing place for a day out, with over forty original buildings from different historical periods that have been re-erected on the site, our favourite is the recreation of an iron age farmstead. But telling you all about the site is a post for another day. Today we … Read moreSt Fagans Makers’ Market
At the end of last year we were invited to join the Mad Hatters Craft Party. We were thrilled to be invited and happily donned silly hats to join this lovely group of artisans who gather from time to time, at least once a month, in the Buttermarket in Hay-on-Wye. We were glad that we … Read moreMad Hatters Craft Party
It’s a little known fact but in our hectic modern society the human brain is able to remember more than four things at a time, an incredible feat of referencing and recall. But now, thanks to the recent invention of the bookmark, you can remove one of those memory burdens in order to add another. … Read moreMemory Burden Reducers – aka Bookmarks
Just last week I was exploring at the bottom of the garden, where the grass grows high and the trees are twisty and covered in moss, when I chanced upon an unusual patch of extraordinary mushrooms. Fascinated, I knelt down and crawled carefully forward for a closer look. I was astonished to see little windows … Read moreExtraordinary Mushrooms
When books were invented they were the size of a church door. You had to have a special room built on the side of your house to keep them in. But as technology’s come in they’ve got the size down so that now you can carry that book without it spoiling the line of a … Read moreThe Great Ribbon Robbery
Where does the time go? I really had meant to write about some of our creative Wedding DIY projects far sooner, we have now been married for over 3 whole months! But as they say “better late than never”! Even though our ceremony was small and concise, we wanted our families to be involved, so … Read moreWedding – Ring bearers box & Oathing stones
While roaming the blogasphere I stumbled across Stuff and Nonsense, they are participating in something called “30 Days – 30 Minutes” which is a creativity challenge laid down by Rag Baby. “You must spend 30 minutes a day for 30 days creating something. They don’t have to be consecutive days, there just have to be … Read more30 Days, 30 Minutes