Top 10 Perfect Sta. Rosa Summer Drinks What time is it? Time to chill with a cold drink to beat the summer heat! It’s only the start of March but the weather’s been extremely harsh on us lately so why not take a break at the must-try sports bar with Sta Rosa Summer Drinks? Let’s go through our variety of menu choices for our popular drinks perfect for the summer! Cookie Cutter Soaps Tired of the same old soap molds? Get creative with cookie cutters! You Will Need: Instructions: 1. Melt your white soap base in the microwave, add your fragrance, and fill your cookie sheet about halfway. 2010 Planner Kit: Instructions - Red Velvet Art Blog Hi Everyone! These are the instructions for the 2010 Planner Kit. I am going to share with your the specific steps I took to assemble my planner. Please remember, though, that these planners are meant to be customized!
Custom Knife Blades, Blade Grinds, Geometry, Steel Types, Finishes Blades, Blades, Blades! Need general details? Jump to the FAQ Page here. 4215 I am often asked, "What is viking knit?" So, I've decided to share my technique in photos, a lovely viking knit bracelet from beginning to end. Lovely handmade chains have been found in Viking treasure troves in Scandinavia. Made from melted down coins turned into fine wire, these chains were made using a loop in loop technique.
what is kimchi: top 5 reasons why you should try it With the Korean culture gaining worldwide status, many Filipinos and non-Asian nationalities have started to embrace the Hallyu Wave in terms of music, fashion, skin care and especially food. It all started with the increasing popularity of Korean Barbecue places being built around the metro and everyone going crazy about grilling meat and pairing with lettuce, complementary sauces, and side dishes. One of the most popular and healthiest Korean side dishes is Kimchi, most people love it and some hate it. But what is Kimchi anyway? Kimchi is a traditional Korean food or side dish that mainly consists of cabbage, onions, and garlic. Some who make the dish even add radish and cucumber for extra health benefits and taste.
the quick little bunny tutorial I really wanted to make the sock bunny that Heidi (from My Paper Crane) created, but I didn’t have any of those fantastic red and brown monkey socks. What I do have is baby socks: tons of cute, mismatched, totally useless, never stay on baby socks. Now that my littlest is very much not an infant and too soon will be a toddler it seems kind of silly to keep all those teeny tiny socks. How to make a Tulle Pom Pom Ball - Influential Mom Blogger, Parenting, Community - StumbleUpon 148.2K Amazing Shares Facebook 62 Pin It Share 1.2K 1K+ Twitter 9 Google+ 7 StumbleUpon 146.9K Email -- Email to a friend 148.2K Amazing Shares × How to make a tulle pom pom ball for wands…otherwise known as, “how to make a cat toy” in my house. I made a tulle wand the other day and I was going to give it to my friend Kims daughter, but she is pretty young and if she were to pull the pins out, it could mean a dangerous situation. Not wanting to responsible for my best friends child’s untimely death by lace pin, I decided to get to work on a tulle ball tutorial for all those in the same situation. Except instead of a tulle wand, I’m going to turn my example into a cat toy for Gwen.
Make It and Love It: Glass Etching Have you ever done any glass etching? Well, neither had I before today. But wow. Such an easy, yet sweet little touch that you can add to any glass. Check out my new and improved etched Trifle Bowl. The perfect bowl for desserts of all kinds…..and even a great place for fresh fruit on the counter. www.repiny Log in Username PasswordForgot password ? views Inspiring 7 Active Icebreakers to Get Your Students Up and Moving It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, active icebreakers are always a good idea. Join our Facebook Live event this week to see some of these icebreakers in action, courtesy of Joe Dombrowski and Jessica Rogers. Joe is a self-described unconventional teacher, and he strongly encourages thinking outside the box when it comes to teaching. Jessica is a Chicago-area educator and improv instructor. Below, Joe and Jessica shared some of their favorite active icebreakers to use with their students.
Happy Easter! Give me your tie! You may have heard of silk-dyed easter eggs, because it’s a two-year-old Martha Stewart craft. That is, it was published on her site two years ago. It’s not for two-year-olds. It’s easy to do, but it’s not that easy. Urban Comfort: Handmade I was out of town last week, one of my husband's birthday gifts to me being a ticket to New York. I had a great week, on lots of different levels, which I'll share as the week progresses. But for now, I'll get back to the blog post I had planned to publish last week. I like to celebrate the seasons as much as possible, turning the natural materials just outside my door into art supplies. I also like to make temporary decor for my home, pieces that can be put away after the season just as I do with holiday decorations.
DIY Design Community « Keywords: DIY, Craft, Inspiration, vertical garden Oh my goodness. This may be one of the coolest DIY terrarium / vertical garden / house plant projects I've ever seen. I don't know about you, but the thought of making my own tiny magnetic vertical garden is enough to make me want to cover every surface in my house in a magnetic material (or, at the very least, have one giant magnetic wall)! These mini garden tins were created by the clever folks at Ruffled for use as wedding favors. I like the idea of making a few (okay, A LOT) for use in the kitchen, in an office, on the patio, or for any surface I can put a magnet on. I can even picture a cool installation piece on a large wall using a few dozen of these bad boys.