Valentine’s Day Gifts: Chocolate-y goodness

Chocolate! Who doesn’t love chocolate? And when it’s made with love, then it’s lovely chocolate for a lovely day. My previous posts on this topic can be found:Part 1: The basics of chocolate making; and Part 2: Painting and filling chocolates HOW TO VALENTINE UP YOUR CHOCOLATESMake some candy heart bark: Melt about 20 grams...

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Valentine’s Day Gifts: Bath & body products (updated)

Who doesn’t love love? And by extension, who doesn’t love Valentine’s Day? It’s a cheap excuse to make some heart shaped things and give them to people you love! So I bring you some wonderful ideas for Valentine’s bath & body products… BATH BOMBS These are super easy if you follow the instructions properly. Bath...

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Sleepy thoughts

I woke up this morning thinking about one of my favourite products from the Simpsons – “Much Ado about Stuffing”. Why do these things pop into your head? (Okay, I know these thoughts are called hypnopompic thoughts, just like those crazy thoughts you have while falling asleep are called hypnogognic thoughts, but I wonder where...

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Mineral make-up – Part 7: Purple using ultramarine purple

Purples are lovely colours, and you make pretty much any variation you want by using the right iron oxides (well, ultramarines and manganeses) and micas. This week we’re going to focus on purples made with ultramarine purple. (Next week we’ll use manganese violet and the week after that, variations using iron oxide blue, ultramarine pink,...

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Digital scrapbooking! Part 2: Putting it together

Putting your digital scrapbooking page together is as simple as putting together a paper based scrapbooking page — only slightly easier, as you can manipulate your elements without having to cut or paste papers, photos, and cardstock. (Okay, you actually will cut & paste in a computer sense, not in a real world sense.) If...

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