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Cocktailposter.com - Aurora. 50 Beautiful and Effective Package Designs. When choosing one product over another, the design of the packaging probably influences your decision far more than you realize.

50 Beautiful and Effective Package Designs

Effective packaging design breaks away from the standard rules and conventions that we are accustomed to, giving the product a unique edge to stand out from the rest. The packaging should appeal to your target market. It’s also vital to ensure that you’re conveying the necessary information about the contents and quality of the product, while triggering the desired emotion in your customer. Here are 50 beautifully designed packages that you can draw inspiration from. Logo Design by LogoTournament. 10 Things Your Event Needs For Sucess. From Wired How-To Wiki 1.)

10 Things Your Event Needs For Sucess

Twitter Hashtags 2.) Flickr Hashtags 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) Make a Kegerator. From Wired How-To Wiki This could be you.

Make a Kegerator

Photo: Jon Snyder/Wired If you're serious about cold beer, you will eventually find yourself yearning for a kegerator. Finding a used one is hard to do, so you are left with two options: You can buy a new one, or convert an old refrigerator. Even a low-end commercial kegerator will run you $400 or more, and a nice one will be more than $600. Too busy to make your own? This page is part of a wiki anyone can edit. Video What you'll need Refrigerator Conversion kit CO2 cylinder CO2 gas (inside the canister) Screwdrivers Power drill 1⅜" and ⅞" hole saws Measuring tape Hacksaw A keg of delicious beer Some supplies Some more supplies There are kits, too Conversion kits are a great way to go because they are cheaper than buying the components separately and are easy to find online. Dining Accessories, Kitchen Gifts. Guitar Shaped Ice Cube Trays. A Table Designed To Teach Kids To Grow Their Own Food. My five-year-old niece recently brought home a list of her class’s favorite meals: hot dogs, spaghetti, pizza, and one oddball: cucumber and avocado sushi rolls.

A Table Designed To Teach Kids To Grow Their Own Food

“Yeah, I’d like to see that kid eat those,” my sister quipped. The struggle to get otherwise curious kids to eat vegetables is an age-old complaint. A recent trend has been to sneak veggies into other foods (remember Jessica Seinfeld’s controversy-laden cookbook?). But as disdainful as they can be about leafy greens, kids can be jazzed about projects, which is why a new table that allows kids to grow their own food -- and (gasp!) Even help out in the kitchen -- holds promise. Designed by Ruth Vatcher, a recent college grad, Eat Play Grow features an herb sprouting tray, a chopping board for food preparation, a ceramic watering pot, and felt pockets for storing tools and seeds.

[Photos by Damian Drozdowicz] Tomato Soup Grilled Cheese. {Created/photographed by With Style and Grace} Growing up, this is my hands down, favorite comfort meal, tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich.

Tomato Soup Grilled Cheese

Maybe it was all the bread and cheese I consumed that had me develope allergies to dairy and gluten? Whatever, it was totally worth it. Good news, this soup is DAIRY-FREE! If you have dairy allergies you know that most soups, especially those at a restaurant are made with dairy. I made this for my husband the other night and I kid you not, he has not stopped talking about it since. Looking for something different to serve for the Super Bowl? This is also a great option for parties/entertaining and only want to serve light or bite-size appetizers. NEXT: Healthy bite-size turkey meatballs! Psst… Check it out, I added the option to print the recipe! Roasted-Tomato Basil Soup Recipe from Barefoot Contessa Print this Recipe Ingredients Directions Preheat oven to 400 degree F.

In a large bowl, toss the tomatoes, 1/4 cup of olive oil, salt +pepper. Gooey White Chocolate Fluffernutter Cake Bars. Ahhh, summer is officially here which means more fun time to cook with the kids.

Gooey White Chocolate Fluffernutter Cake Bars

My Gooey cake bars are so simple (not to mention ridiculously delish) and the kids absolutely love to get their hands dirty to help with this one. My favorite part about these bars is the gooey fluffernutter topping, its almost caramel like consistency which makes for a perfect gooey treat. They travel well so they’re perfect for bake sales, family picnics and parties.

Whatcha waiting for, get baking! PS, if you can even believe it my kids are still in school! Line up: Yellow cake mix, egg, butter, marshmallow creme, peanut butter, sweetened condensed milk and white chocolate chips. Add your cake mix to a large bowl. Add a pretty little egg. …and a softened stick of butter. Mix, mix and mix. Press into a 9×13 inch baking pan. Press evenly throughout. Time for the gooey fluffernutter topping. Pour it over your pressed crust. What you’ll find are these gooey bars of deliciousness! 1 box Yellow Cake Mix 1 large egg. How to Make Chocolate Ice-cream Cups Using Balloons. Hotchocspoon.