It doesn't stop me from cooking.I want to make them again, but I thought I would still show you pictures.
Here's where things start to get wrong. I didn't have a biscuit cutter so I found this pumpkin shaped cookies cutter, sometimes you just have to improvise. Maybe that hindered the biscuits.
#2: I don't have a roller or much space to work for the dough so I laid it down on a pan, pressed with my hands. I think I made them too thick.
#3: As you can tell I cooked them a little too long. I guess lightly brown to me means the biscuit is breaking apart.
Again, the final product. I had three different appearances of biscuits and had my own taste test. I filled them all with grape jelly since that's how I would normally eat my ready-made biscuits. The top right one was the most burnt and crunchy, but it wasn't too bad of a taste. The one to the left also seemed a little too brown but actually turned out being the best. The bottom one appearance wise seemed the best but it was too soft and didn't seem cooked enough.
I will give it another go and report back, but it may be a month or two later.