‘tidbits ‘n bites’ is a collection of ideas, experiences and recipes.


11 responses to “About”

  1. Peach Farm Studio says :

    Hi tidbits ‘n bites. Thank you very much for following our blog! As a “New Year’s Thank You” gift, we’d like to send you 10 letterpress printed bookmarks, designed and printed by Peach Farm Studio. Here are the details: http://peachfarmstudio.wordpress.com/2011/12/31/free-letterpress-bookmarks/ Happy blogging in 2012!

    • koolimut says :

      I have received my printed bookmarks!! They are lovely – thank you so much! It was fun to read about other people’s favourites! Looking forward to another fun project by Peach Farm Studio!

  2. Marianne says :

    Great blog! 🙂

  3. alawyerwalksintoacoffeebar says :

    Hi there – Great to e-meet you. Thank you so much for following my blog. I’m still pretty new to this blogging world, and it made my day seeing that you wanted to follow my blog! All the best! -Annette

    • koolimut says :

      We’re in the same boat. Just started my blog last year to try and hone my English. It’s not my first language (but that is a different story), you see, and sometimes I’ve got lots to say (or so I think) but I suffer a bit from language confusion, since we moved to places when I was young!

      BTW, I admire that you can just approach someone and chat them up! Need to try that out!

      Anyway, welcome to the blogging world and let’s try to stay afloat! 🙂

  4. amARTS&MEDIA says :

    No problem. Looks like we have a lot in common! Do you carve out the linoleum to do prints with? I just bought a block print carving set and I’m excited to get started!

    • koolimut says :

      am, yes most of our prints are done on linoleum! my husband carves most of them as I am very slow at it (hand-problems). Sometimes we dabble with photopolymers – we hand-draw images, scan them on a computer, print them onto transparencies and create polymers out of those…

      • amARTS&MEDIA says :

        I don’t blame you. I do it as therapy from my hand getting broken by an out-of-bounds basketball player. It forces my fingers to flex and I get a piece of art out of it! We use photopolymer where I worked, too.

  5. @somefactory says :

    thanks for liking my post…it really made my day
    and I’m really digging your blog

  6. Nativegrl77 says :

    Thanks for stopping by … and the ad like … hey, will be clicking around to see everything! think of me when you need to buy that next travel/walkabout … bag

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