Mum came to visit this last Sunday and brought me some gorgeous red tulips. I was given a tip by her to prick the stem just under each head to keep them upright. Must say, it worked as it's now Wednesday and they're still relatively good.
Made to make your mouth water. Well, they did Mum's and mine. There was enough for us to have a few for afternoon tea and for her to take some home. Very simple recipe (Easter Biscuit one and flavours changed to suit my mood) and I always use icing sugar instead of caster). I also cut mine into sort of rectangles instead of having to roll the dough several times cutting circles. Means the dough doesn't get worked too much resulting in lighter biscuits with a lovely crunch.
Thanks for looking. Let me know when you're dropping round and I'll bake some for you too.
David bought a new camera at the week-end. Turns out it's a model up from mine. Do you think he'll notice if I swap??? With the camera, he got a disc of programmes and one of those being a Panorama Photo Maker. I tested it out with 5 photos I took of my Mum's village a couple of years ago. I did a LO with them by sticking them together, but this programme does it seamlessly.
Here's the LO with the 5 photos
Here's the Panorama Programme's edited photo
Computer programmes never cease to amaze me. I can see me using this programme several times.
There's not much to say about me here. It all goes in my posts on my ramblings. I LOVE craft, music, my family and friends and photography (hence my photography blog). I read and I spend far too long on the computer.
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