Spiced Honey Colour

23 May 19

Adelaide’s Festival of Food is in full swing, offering a wonderful opportunity for locals to experience the best dining around Adelaide, for an affordable price. One participating restaurant is the beautiful Windy Point Restaurant. Sitting on the side of Belair lookout, Windy Point offers the most spectacular views of Adelaide’s nightscape. Just 15 minutes from […]

23 May 19
What Carly Eats

QUICK GUIDE What: Trendy restaurant serving non-pretentious Mediterranean food Location: 30 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide 5000 Opening Hours: Wed-Sun 6:00 – 10:00pm Open since May 2019 Starters $10-14, small plates from $14-29, large plates $22-30 $54 for whole lamb shoulder, sides $10, desserts $12-14, feed me offering $55/70 Wine list focuses mainly on natural wines Non-alcoholic options not […]

23 May 19

May brings in our part of the world the beauty of Autumn and today I am sharing with you an Autumn inspired birthday card.  I just love the colours of this season and this has inspired me to create this card. Ruby Rock-It Brands materials: Franchville Neutrals Cardstock, Fundamentals Birthday Sentiment Stickers Ranger Distress Inkpads: […]

20 May 19
Heather Telford

Here’s another new beauty from Penny Black. This one is a large rubber cling stamp called ‘love’s glow’. I’ve stamped it with a mix of archival and distress inks then added some die-cut extras on the corner. I think I might have gone a little over board with the splatter at the end but not […]

19 May 19

One of the main reasons Aucklanders’ make the trip up to Matakana is to visit the famous Matakana Village Farmers’ Market. With it being only an hour (or less) drive up, it is a great activity to do on a Saturday. My parents moved up to Matakana last year, so every few weekends I have […]

16 May 19
The Teddington Gardener

Celebrations this week for the 15th Anniversary of Petersham Nurseries in Richmond, marked with an evening banquet all around the theme of the honey-bee – floral installations, menu, even the wine, with Cire Trudon and their new honey-scented candle delighting the senses throughout the entire glasshouse. A memorable evening and so pleased to have been […]

12 May 19
Les 5 du Vin

There is a particularly interesting but unjustly neglected group of wines produced down near France’s mediterranean border with Spain. In the region known as the Roussillon, dry wines now dominate production, but there was a time when the major part of the considerable local production was fortified, as is Port for exemple. For understandable historical […]

11 May 19

From Part Three David enjoying the delights of Martins’ mouth had been savouring his pleasure with his eyes closed against the dripping water. As the warmth of Martin’s mouth disappeared his eyes blinked opened. Sergeant Marker stood there, naked his long mandick protruding from his muscular body. David trembled. Marker held out a towel. “Come,” […]

11 May 19
hygge of hannah

For me, the best food is a blend of all the tastes and all the textures. Add spice, sweet, salty. Add soft, crunchy, crumbly, and juicy. What’s even better is when the dish is bursting with colour on the plate. What’s even more exciting? Using ingredients that are sitting sadly in your fridge or cupboard […]

10 May 19
London Meets Paris

The Intercontinental Park Lane is fast becoming one of my favourite places to have Afternoon Tea. The hotel might not be as iconic as some on Park Lane but there is so much history behind its spot at number 145 because the hotel is the former childhood home of Her Majesty the Queen.  I love its elegance and classic style and the Wellington Lounge is so serene and warm against the back drop of soothing live piano, it makes for a perfect setting to take Afternoon Tea.

09 May 19
Inspirasi Media Online

Hari Raya is a time for renewal, whereby family and friends reaffirm bonds by catching up at each other’s open houses, over home-cooked food. It is because of this celebration that many families choose to spruce up their homes with a fresh coat of paint. Riding on the spirit of fostering bonds, Dulux – the […]

06 May 19

I went to Georgia primarily to experience amber wines made in traditional Georgian qvevri (sometimes spelt kvevri and both pronounced /kwevri/). These are handmade, fired clay pots of anything between about 150 and over 2,000 litres which are buried up to their necks in the ground, usually in a roofed winery building, however humble, but […]

05 May 19
Greg Sherwood MW

This property has been in the Touchais family for eight generations since 1787, and the estate, located down a side street in Doué-La-Fontaine, is amazingly characterful and has so many stories to tell. Indeed, the famous labyrinth of cellars were bricked over during the German occupation of France during World War 2 to protect the […]

04 May 19
Crafting through the chaos of life!

Hi Everyone!  If you are participating in the Scrap’N Stamp blog hop then you have just arrived from Laurie’s amazing floral frenzy card!  I am always inspired and in awe of my fellow Design Team members’ creations! Today I am using the Rustic Wildflowers stamp set from My Favorite Things to create this Mother’s Day […]