On Tuesday I met in London with a friend and she gave me this lovely homemade soy candle and pretty Liberty fabric. Which reminded me of some fabric (top) that I have been hoarding for years. I just can't bring myself to use it, it's so pretty... :-)
Right now there are two happy chances of winning a copy of Mandalas to Embroider. Yay! Visit the myBearpaw blog to enter (and read a lovely review!) and/or visit Cloud Craft on Instagram to enter their giveaway.
100 Questions to Spark Conversation. Or maybe just get to know yourself better?
Cut-Out Ink and Pen Illustrations of London’s Oldest Pubs and Other Landmarks.
What happens to light in clouds?
A treat I always think of as very Christmas-y is brændte mandler. The literal translation is 'burned almonds' but they aren't actually burned, they are covered in a hard sugar layer. They are delicious. I came across a recipe which is safer than trying to deal with melted sugar, Veganske brændte mandler lavet i ovnen med aquafaba. The recipe is in Danish, but I'm sure Google will help you with a translation. I'm definitely going to try this. :-)
Artist Who ‘Paints’ Japanese Landscapes With Excel.
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I think it's ok to start listening to Christmas music now, isn't it? Well, to be honest, I started in late November. ;-) One song I have been enjoying is Vanessa Carlton's version of John Lennon's Happy Xmas (War Is Over).
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