Sunday, May 27, 2012

Fork This 52 - ONE YEAR!

Today marks one year of us doing our video podcast 'Fork This'.
We have had so much fun doing it and hope that you've all enjoyed watching it.

To celebrate this milestone we weren't quiet sure what to do for the episode so we went hunting through our old videos to see what we could find.



Pin It

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Fork This 51 - Winter Is Coming!

No real explanation for this weeks episode. Autumn is here and all the leaves have fallen off our big tree in the backyard.


Pin It

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Fork This 50 - Crazy Wings

This weeks episode of Fork This was not a planned adventure. We went out to dinner with some friends and they started talking about this place called Crazy Wings and told BJ the story about when they tried them (and how hot they are). So after dinner we got in the car and headed over to Glen Waverley so BJ could try Crazy Wings for himself... Boy does he regret that idea.

Check it out

Smorgy Pin It

Monday, May 7, 2012

Fork This 49 - Our Idiot Brother

In this weeks episode of Fork This, BJ's younger brother Josh gets dared to eat items most people would not normally consume on their own.

The look on his face is very humorous!!


PS: Congratulations to our friends Matt and Megan for getting married this weekend. Wishing them a lifetime of happiness together.

Here's a photo of BJ and I at the wedding

(Some real photos to come)

Pin It

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Wedding Gift - Personalised Toasting Glasses

The work colleague that i made the Bridal Shower Gift for has almost reached her big day and I wanted to make something special for their wedding gift.

Personalized Toasting Glasses!

This wasn't a first time etching glass for me but it was an experimental way of doing it which I've not done before. It was quiet fiddly and sometimes frustrating.

Trying and get these two glasses to match was a painful task. There was a lot of tape involved and a lot of pauses were i would walk away for a little bit (so i didn't end up throwing the glasses).

I wanted to have them ready early enough to give to the bride and groom to be before the wedding day in the hope that they would like them enough to use on their wedding day to toast and celebrate with.

I'm soo happy with how they turned out. It was worth all the stress for the finished product.
Have another wedding coming up in October and thinking of doing the same thing... But obviously with their names hahaha.

If you want to see more photos go to my Facebook page.
Let me know what you think of my etched glasses.


Pin It