Choose your background paper and papers for the banners and photo mats. I used Balcony for the background, Mercantile, Le Balloon and Gazebo for the banners and mats.Add some texture using one of your stencils and some gesso or 3D Gel Gloss Medium. Here, I used Gabriela P& 39;s 12x12 Tuscany stencil along the left edge.
Gather ingredientsMix all ingredients except chocolate and almondsturn on your stove and grab a panroast almondscombine chocolate and almonds to the mixtureadd agave and oil. Your mixture may look a bit odd because they are veganroll mixture into little circles and place them on a lined baking sheet.
Get your pan ready and clip your candy thermometer to the side. Be sure it doesn& 39;t touch the bottom.Before you turn on your stove, get your pan ready. You can grease a cookie sheet with oil, but I like to use parchment paper on my pan instead. It& 39;s easier clean up.Start with 3 cups of sugar.1 cup of water.
Find an old wood frame at a yard sale or thrift store.Gather picture hooks and aluminum wire.Grab some paint! Glidden has made selecting popular colors easy! Just grab a can from the store shelf (available at Walmart) and go. No mixing or waiting. For this project, we used Vanilla Shake.Wipe off any dirt or grime with a cloth.
First, put the Sprite/Jones into the glass.Next,add the raisins to the Sprite/Jones.Finally,put the glass in the middle of your table and have supper/ breakfast/lunch. Watch what it does !The raisins float up and fall back down multiple times. This can go on for at least a day!The science behind floating raisins.
Mix the sugar with mascarpone and the eggs yolksdip the biscuit on the coffeLayer the biscuit and add the cream repeat until finishlayer the cream between the biscuit and finally sprinkle with cocoa podwer
Measure the lemon peelsSterilized the mason jarsSterilize jars for 10 min at 225F (107C).Cut lemon segmentsStrain water after the first boilAdd water for second boilMeasure the waterCombine segments and peelBoil the fruit segmentsStrain water after second boilAdd segments to the lemon peelBoil lemon mixture with sugarAdd sugar to lemon mixtureBoil until gel stageFill mason jars with the lemon gelCook jars at 190F (88C) for 60 min.
1Begin with square piece of paper2Fold both diagonals3Fold upper and lower corners to the center4Unfold5Fold the same corners to the creases just made6Fold again using the existing creases7Turn over8Rotate 90 degrees9Fold upper and lower corners to the center10Unfold and fold the same corners to the creases just made11Fold again using the existing creases12Fold the top and bottom horizontal edges to the center13Fold all four corners to the center line14Fold like so15Fold the other side like the previous; these folds will slightly overlap16Repeat on top17Fold the top and bottom corners in to the center; the layers are thick so fold carefully and accurately18Open the model out19Turn the model inside out20Shape the boat and voila!
Ingredients: porridge oats, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, wholefood/eco-friendly maple sirup, ground cardamomMix dry and wet Ingredients in a bowlTools: measuring jug, tablespoon, bowl, baking tray, parchment paper for baking, container for granola with lidSpread evenly on the baking trayHeat oven to 175 degrees celcius.
Firstly, start boiling your red skin potatoes!Cut the fat off of those breasts and divide the breasts.Break two eggs into a container and scramble add a dash of water and mix!I used old paseo taco seasoning mix but you of course can use whatever brand you& 39;d like! Dump the mix into another container.
Prep your cooking area, best on a skillet pan on medium heat.Set up.Add olive oil then garlic pieces.Then add tofu.Then add tomatoesThen add all spices.Then stir.Keep stirring. Raise heat a bit to make slightly crispy.Get your taco shells, guacamole, sour cream, rice and salsa!If you want you can make a quesadilla instead.
First, gather up all your supplies and create a workspace.Fill up your mason jar with sugar to the first line.Pour the sugar into the mixing bowl.Add olive oil to the sugar in small amounts. When the sugar takes shape and no longer crumbles, stop adding the oil.Zest your lemon into the small bowl using a lemon zester or a grater.