Lynda Neill
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dried flowers

Dried flowers for weddings, craft and potpourri including dried lavender, dry flower bouquets and bunches, rose buds, and confetti petals.

This fruity chutney with pears, sultanas, a hint of chilli, star anise, ginger and cumin is the perfect way to preserve a taste of autumn

Delight your taste buds with this flavorful condiment packed with pear, raisins and spice.

Delight your taste buds with this flavorful condiment packed with pear, raisins and spice.

Spicy Courgette Chutney is delicious with cheese, cold meats

Spicy Courgette Chutney is delicious with cheese, cold meats & perfect for a cheese & pickle sandwich. Spiced with coriander, ginger, mustard seeds and a touch of chilli. Instructions are included for the slow cooker and conventional cooking.

The original tree stump tutorial! Why you need to remove the bark, why to finish it or not finish it, and why you need to let your stump dry out. Plus of course, how to make it.

Before I sold everything I owned and painted my whole house white I couldn’t buy a decorating magazine. I couldn’t put any of those nice things in my house. It’d look stupid. I’d look stupid. My house … Continue reading →

Foot bath detox More

DIY Foot Detox Recipe Homemade Foot Detox Recipe Take 1 cup of Epsom salt, 1 cup of sea salt, 2 cups of baking soda, and several drops of lavender essential oil. Mix it well. Take ¼ cup of this mixture, and fill it with hot water

Right now our hedgerows are laden with plump sloes and jewel-like elderberries, so it's the perfect time to make this wonderful warming liqueur that will be ready for Christmas.

Right now our hedgerows are laden with plump sloes and jewel-like elderberries, so it's the perfect time to make this wonderful warming liqueur that will be ready for Christmas.

Right now our hedgerows are laden with plump sloes and jewel-like elderberries, so it's the perfect time to make this wonderful warming liqueur that will be ready for Christmas.

Right now our hedgerows are laden with plump sloes and jewel-like elderberries, so it’s the perfect time to make this wonderful warming liqueur that will be ready for Christmas. How to make this boozy Elderberry, sloe and cardamom liqueur .