Last year I made several kusudamas. This one is my favorite, I will probably make it once again (with better paper). It’s Cherry Blossom ball by Tomoko Fuse. As video tutorials are usually too long and boring, I’d like to save the link for a Cherry Blossom diagram. Advertisements
My son thinks this is the most important sign of spring
This tulip photo is optimistic about spring. (On with my flower photo challenge)
There’s something about this photo that I dislike, not sure what exactly. I could have done better. But I didn’t.
Spring is coming not as fast as I expected. Hopefully taking flower photos will help me stay in a good mood.
Have you had enough of the blogging hype? Do you find it unworthy of your time? Are you busy doing other important things? Here’s a solution for you: abandon blogging, as 95% of other bloggers do. The best strategy is as follows: 1) Take a hiatus. Pausing for a period from 2 to 7 months […]
Today was a nettle-soup-day. But I won’t show you the soup itself. This post is more of a reminder to myself: buy decent plates and bowls!
I tend to switch to healthy eating when I have very little time to cook. It sounds a bit inconsistent, I know. These steamed veggies are a good example. I just put chopped carrot, cauliflower, green beans and brussels sprouts into my steamer and get back to work. If some of the veggies are frozen, […]
My blogging paused. The longer this pause lasts, the more difficult it is to blog again. Why is that? I drafted several posts but never finished them. This tiny post with the unknitted thingy should help me break the pause.
These are my favorite cookies. Gluten-free and a bit on a healthy side. No flour! That’s what I tell myself when reaching for the fifth cookie with a single cup of tea. No wonder this is my go-to method to use excess egg whites, as the recipe is meringue-based. Recipe: 2 egg whites sugar – […]