I am excited to announce the first Sweet Style Photography Workshop to be held in my studio here in Sydney in November.
After teaching a number of larger group sessions, I have had numerous requests from people to run a small session that really allows lots of personal attention. With this in mind this workshop will only have 5 attendees. We can look at your camera and I can help you to understand what all of the manual settings allow you to do.
Here is all the information you need about the day.
Click here to be taken to the workshop page and book your space!
The session time is set for 10am-2pm but we can go longer if there are more questions that need to be answered.
Remember we are only taking 5 participants so don’t delay!
It is school holidays here and my lovely friend Michelle dropped over last week with a big box of fun craft to keep the kids occupied for the morning. Michelle is a whizz with craft which goes without saying as she owns a super cool business called Little Crate – a fabulous box filled with craft fun that arrives on your doorstep each month!
Our crafting activity for the morning was all about being in the garden.
Follow along with these simple instructions for a great craft activity to do with the kids this week.
Alternatively jump on the Little Crate website and order one of their crates and it will arrive on your doorstep ready to go within a few days. School holiday boredom solved!
Here is what you will need for today’s project
Mini paper cups
Toothpicks Paint Paint brush
Jiffy Soil Pellet Seeds
To start use the toothpick to peirce three small holes in the bottom of the cup so that the water can drain
Now it is time to paint – grab those paint brushes and have fun with lots of colours and patterns.
Allow your works of art to dry in the sun for a little while before moving to the planting stage
Next place the soil in the bottom of the cup and add some water – the soil we have used is a jiffy pellet but any soil will do
The seeds go in the pot next – we have used a Lemon Balm Seed
Now you need to leave your pot in a protected spot with plenty of light and and over the next few weeks watch your seed turn into a lovely plant.
I am sure you are wondering what was served for drinks at our wedding brunch and this great drink idea came after Lisa looked into mixing cold pressed juices with spirits to make cocktails or ‘juice tails’ as they are being dubbed.
Apple always works well as a cocktail flavour and this mix is perfect for a brunch celebration. To see a selection of pressed juices visit the Pressed Juice Website here.
Don’t forget to look back at our weeks worth of Wedding Brunch Posts for more recipe ideas and to see the amazing selection of stands, pedestals and bowls from Pretty Pedestals. By leaving a comment on any post this week you can go in the draw to win the $200 prize of a hire voucher from Pretty Pedestals. To see all the details visit the post here. The gorgeous punch bowl is one of the great pieces from Lisa’s collection.
Pancakes – who doesn’t love pancakes! These delightful sugar free pancake stacks tasted amazing and when topped with the delicious Orange Blossom Syrup they went down a treat.
No excuse needed to whip these up this weekend! Don’t forget to visit the previous two blog posts here and here to see more photos and recipes from this beautiful Wedding Brunch I collaborated on with Pretty Pedestals – there is still time to enter the competition.
Yesterday I shared with you a Coconut, Macadamia and Banana Granola and today I have the second delicious granola we enjoyed during our wedding brunch celebration. The second one was Apple Pie Granola. So great for breakfast but also the perfect snack to nibble on during the day!
The fresh fruit that was also served included strawberries, apples and an amazing platter of oranges, blood oranges, limes & pistachio’s – so vibrant and beautiful to look at.
To find yesterdays recipe and also details about how you can win a $200 Pretty Pedestals voucher to spend on cake stand, bowl or platter hire please visit the post here.