Each piece in this starry night series has a sweet little message on the back to make it a little extra special. I carved out a hole at the back to insert hardware so they will be ready to hang, flush against the wall.

Each piece in this starry night series has a sweet little message on the back to make it a little extra special. I carved out a hole at the back to insert hardware so they will be ready to hang, flush against the wall.

Starry night!

Starry night!

Woodburning by OhMyAmpersand.

Woodburning by OhMyAmpersand.

Tiny wall art by OhMyAmpersand.

Tiny wall art by OhMyAmpersand.

Tiny wall art by OhMyAmpersand.

Tiny wall art by OhMyAmpersand.

Walter. 

Walter. 

woodburning | play | therapy

woodburning | play | therapy

Lucky stars! I made something!

Lucky stars! I made something!

Tiny wall art. I finally started to make things again! Yay!
note: it is supposed to be a flower. That was the intent. Not an eyeball. Since it has been pointed out to me, that is all I see.

Tiny wall art. I finally started to make things again! Yay!

note: it is supposed to be a flower. That was the intent. Not an eyeball. Since it has been pointed out to me, that is all I see.

RECIPE for my way too healthy bars:

A//
Toast:
2.5 c quick oats
1 c chopped slivered almonds

B//
Combine:
0.5 c chopped cherries
0.5 c chopped goji berries
0.5 c raw cacao nibs
0.25 c raw cacao powder
0.25 c ground flax seed
0.25 c chia seeds
0.25 c hemp hearts

C//
Melt:
0.25 c butter
0.5 c honey

Combine C with A, then add B.
Mix, press into buttered pan, divide.
Wrap bars in waxed paper.

This recipe is approximate. Substitute with what you have on hand — different nuts + dried fruit. Next time I’d like to cut the honey down, use some maple syrup and add something to bind them together better. As is, these would be great crumbled in vanilla yogurt!