[note: I'm escaping this freezing cold weather in early February for about a month! The shop http://www,acornstudios.ca will be closed during this time. Just a heads up to order asap if you'd like any geekware shipped before I leave]
Wondering what I made with that stash of calendars, paint chips and catalogues? Oodles and oodles of eco greeting cards!
I stumbled across these retro mix tape cards by InvitaPaperStudio and I'm in love. Aren't they awesome?
Check back in a few days if you'd like to see what I'm going to be making with all this stuff!
I love how all the different shades of diskettes look, especially the translucent ones next to the solid colour ones, and how there are so any shades of blue diskettes.
However, the cats we're looking after are not helping at all, and keep knocking over my diskette towers!!
This is how it started:
Riley thought he wanted in on the diskette action, but soon fell asleep behind the curtain.
while he was sleeping, the diskette towers grew...
higher and higher around him...
well you can just image how it ended *sigh*. Diskettes ALL over the floor!!!
But, inspired by Amanda Woodward, I've decided I want to cook more healthy meals this year, from scratch!
Here I present to you, dear geekware readers, my vegetarian lasagna:
It is so tasty that I'm definitely going to make it again once I've eaten my way though this massive one.
I don't 'do' recipes, but I included in random order:
- 3 bags of frozen tomato cubes from our garden
- organic green (?) coloured lasagna
- 2 bags of mixed greens cubes (spinach, bok choi, mustard) from our garden
- a frozen packet of Alfredo sauce from 2006 (blame Tiffany Tomato's mom)
- and lots of other vegetables, oh and some dried soya stuff I found in the cupboard
Who remembers the Banana Jr. 6000 from 1980's comic strip 'Bloom County'?
It was a parody of the early Macintosh computer and fritzgutten has made a real Banana Junior from an old Mac Classic!
The comic strip computer inexplicably came with legs could walk and talk, contemplated its existence, but could not stray further than the length of its electrical cord.