Our Little Linky: Sept 10th

Hi Naomi here (with Rosaleen)! Welcome to week two of Our Little Linky. And what a week it’s been! We hope everyone has by now eased back into the new school year. I’m torn between lamenting over the death of an epic summer and welcoming in the Autumn with snuggly, wrapped up arms!
This week with the kids all back to routine, I’ll be linking up with my Play Dough recipe. Every minute you can grab to yourself (before you’re out the door to pick up this one and that) is precious! Having home made play dough in the fridge is a cheap, fool proof way to ensure your coffee gets at least half drunk!
My featured article this week comes from jewellery maker and mother of four, Abigail Franklyn  of Wishknots. Who posted her guide to caring for gem stones. What about you Rosaleen?
Well, if you’re a custard tart fan why not try this traditional South African dessert recipe (that I’ll be posting). It has a divine topping of cinnamon and brown sugar and it is a staple family favourite of ours. This tart is the perfect transitional bake. It is served cold but has all the flavours you expect in an autumnal dish.
My featured article this week has to be the ingenious “dad hack” by Giannis Oikonomou. Why waste time looking for bibs when tea towels and pegs are all you need! Enjoy linking up, Rosaleen.


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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Booberrit


  2. Debora Tentis

    It’s a really good idea to share real moments from real life! I use to do that, but I get lost somewhere. I need to do again. Hugs!

    1. Booberrit

      Thank you!

  3. Bec Jones

    Pegs are saviours in all sorts of ways – The article on jewellery was really helpful too. I’ve asked Abigail a question too?

    1. Booberrit

      Ow what did you ask?

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