DS has a very glam DT teacher too (as well as the bearded one, but even he is cool - they get to make coracles and then race them on the pond ) - come to think of it DS can make what he wants and we get billed for materials, so I could get him to make me a set of perspex boards
Omg why did i not know of this. Im just in the midsts of learning Lightroom on the mac, i need to learn FinalCutPro ready to make this years dvd, i need to move house...have i got time to do these courses cos i want them all...
If you sign up then they send you offer emails all the time. I was looking at the cake decorating course and had it as far as the basket but was dithering at £29, and an hour later they sent me an offer which made is £7 ish
Christmas, then, maybe - rather than birthdays? My DS found that in the catalogue this morning and declared it to be cool. He has now gone off to France for 3 weeks [sniff] - with no dragons (preferred dragon beat out a mammoth for the chance to go on holiday, so the mammoth got this trip, along with bear).
My vouchers arrived on Saturday, so I went to buy the Le Creuset pan online and the offer has finished so it's back up to full price . I now can't decide whether to get it anyway, or to use the vouchers to get DD the Kindle that she wants for her birthday instead.
I could but they're going to sit on top of a shark infested jelly sea. Would that be too much jelly?
Exciting news - I got picked for the Cadbury's Pebbles thing on MN. They're going to send me a "bitesize" bag and I need to "decorate a sweet treat with" them. "The most unusual and creative decoration (as judged by Cadbury)" wins a JL voucher. So, I need to come up with something exciting to do with them. I was thinking Pinata cookies??? Any ideas?
I'm not sure how big they are to be honest. I think smartie sized, maybe a bit bigger. Wouldn't the wet jelly take all the colour off and make then look awful? Would they be visible enough to be liked?
I considered making a pattern on a cake but I'm not sure how "unusual" that would be and whether there'd be enough in a bite size bag