Monday, 22 December 2014

Homemade EDIBLE Christmas Trees

Last week I posted how to make some twig based Christmas tree decorations.
Lot of people told me that they looked like they were made from a certain long thin chocolate that we get in the UK.  
I thought I'd have a go at using them to make edible versions.  
See how I got on- they are yum-eeee!


Quick, easy, gorgeous and yummy

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Homemade Christmas Trees

Hi everyone, the weather has been a bit yucky recently so I've been staying inside having great fun decorating our Christmas tree.  We followed the Vialii team's advice on buying real Christmas trees and got a family friendly Fraser Fir tree.
I've made some really cool Christmas trees out of twigs and I helped Mummy bake some yummy Christmas cookies to hang on our tree.  I thought you might like to have a go too. 


My homemade Christmas trees



Monday, 15 December 2014

Wild about Wildlife!

The clocks have changed, the leaves have fallen and it's definitely starting to look a bit wintery out there. Whilst we can snuggle up indoors, that's not the case for our lovely wildlife friends. Now is the time to help make sure they are cosy for the winter. Here are a few things you can do as well as a wonderful wildlife jigsaw I need to share with you...


I'm wild about wildlife and jigsaws!

Monday, 8 December 2014

A Snail, A Snail, The Teacher Turns Pale...

Unlike many gardeners (and teachers), I LOVE snails. I love finding them in the garden, I love drawing them and I love reading about them in my favourite book The Snail and the Whale. In this blog I tell you a few facts about the banded snail, how to make your very own Snail Race as well as a lovely picture depicting the race!


Lookeeee, a banded snail!