The mom of my son's fiancé gifted me a bottle of her zucchini pepper relish some time ago and my husband and I love it. Since it is almost gone, and it's zucchini season, I decided to make a batch.
I grabbed a recipe that seemed similar from the net and got to work this morning. These are the results. It should keep us going for a while.
We use it on veggie burgers, occasionally veggie dogs and in sandwiches. So good!
After lunch and a bit of a rest, I decided to try painting a couple sky and waterscapes for my next project. I did two about 8 by 10.
It's still a bit damp in the photo, so darker than it will end up. Being aware of how much the paint will fade as it dries, I tried to use it quite saturated, so we'll see. I will use it anyway, as I have photos of the scene taken on different days and the colors are quite different in each one.
I'm going to attempt the scene from the sketch of in my last post.
While I was at my painting table, I thought I'd have a go at adding another printed layer with plant materials and acrylics onto some cards and tags that I had deemed rejects from my last Gelli printing session.
I kind of like that top one. Would you believe I used Russian sage for that?