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chumby › internet radio player, digital picture frame, alarm clo2 quart Flexible Mixing Bowl | SolutionsThe Kitchen Cabinet ProjectI have never received so many questions about a crafty project as I have with the Kitchen Cabinet Project! As fancy as I may make it sound, it's actually quite simple. So simple, in fact, that there is not a single online tutorial... *light bulb* Here's an illustrated explanation of what I did (aka A Super Easy Tute): I cut the fabric (Etsuko Furuya's Yellow Honeybee fabric, by Echino, purchased at Purl and Crafty Planet, thanks to Pam's eagle eyed tip), adding one inch to EACH AND EVERY side (1" for the top, 1" for the bottom, 1" for the left side, 1" for the right side). See how I have one FULL inch on each side? Um, obvious: we unscrewed the handle. We used regular thumb tacks. Then we added a few more tacks on each side.Now, on to those tricky corners! Ta da! Then, we just attached the door back on the kitchen cabinet frame, and screwed in a (new) handle through the fabric. And voila! It's so easy that we made one itty bitty mistake. Labels: echino, kitchen cabinet project
iSi Flex-it Measuring CupsI have funnels in a variety of sizes and shapes in my kitchen. I don’t use them that frequently, but when I do, I really appreciate how useful they are in transferring things – dry ingredients, wet ingredients, liquids – from one container to another. They give you control in a way that a pour spout on a measuring cup just doesn’t because they control the flow of your pour into your target. The set is made of silicone that can be pinched and bent to create a spout of any size where ever you might need it. via book of joeChocolate Bar Brownie PanWhether you’re a fan of Hershey’s chocolate bars or not, it’s design is undeniably a classic confectionery icon: a flat, rectangular bar divided up into bite-sized pieces that are easy to snap off. I don’t know that Hershey’s was the first chocolate maker to use this design, but it is the one that is certainly the most well known for it. Williams Sonoma is currently carrying a Chocolate Bar Brownie Pan that uses the iconic look of the chocolate candy bar to make brownies look even more chocolaty than they are to begin with. The pan, which is made by NordicWare, is heavy duty cast aluminum and measures 13.5″ x 6.5″ x 1.5″.