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PIKACHU CHOCOLATE ROLL CAKE - NERDY NUMMIES. Delicious Red Velvet Nutella Roll Hearts. 1 of 2 Delicious Red Velvet Nutella Roll Hearts Delicious Red Velvet Nutella Roll Hearts by alexandra.mcalpine from Different Solutions in Food Page 1 of 2 Step aside cinnamon, Nutella is taking over the rolls just in time for Valentine's Day! Ingredients 2 tablespoons sugar1 1/2 tablespoons active dry yeast1 cup warm water2 bottles red gel food coloring (1 oz. each)1/4 cup melted butter 1/4 cup oil3 cups all-purpose flour3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 1 teaspoon salt1/2 cup Nutella or other chocolate hazelnut spreadHow ToStep 1: Mix together the sugar, yeast, water, food coloring, butter, and oil. set aside for five minutes.

Step 2: Sift the flour, cocoa powder, and salt. Step 3: Put dough in a greased bowl and cover in a warm place for about 30 minutes. (via) yammiesnoshery 8 Foods You've Been Eating ALL WRONG! Never miss a post! Join Diply Today Connect with a social network Sign In to Diply Sign into your Diply account with your social network Report Post.

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Make Your Own Invitations - DIY Invitation Templates. {Valentines day} pixelated popup card. I‘ve been scratching my head trying to come up with a card for my hubby {AKA the non-romantic type}. I finally decided to make this pixely popup heart card! They are really minimal (which I love) and take about 20 minutes to make (that includes the card, insert and envelope). You can even make some pixely confetti to put inside the card (if you are a big kid like me!). Full instructions and printable templates below! (BTW I remember seeing something similar in a popup book years ago. If anyone knows of the book then do let me know!). How to 1.

(If you have a cutting machine then see note at end of post!) Cut along the black lines and score the grey lines. 3. 5. 7. Edited to add: The lovely Kayla from saynotsweetanne has send me a .dfx file of the card which you can use if you have a cutting machine. Adoptivwolle. Mason Jar Lights. Constellation Jar. I asked Amy of This Heart of Mine for a project that would be fun for kids or adults. I love that she thought of star-gazing! We’re so far into the countryside, that the stars here are outrageously bright. It’s awesome! — Gabrielle Star gazing is one of my favorite things. Ever since learning about them in junior high, I’ve loved looking upwards and pointing out the constellations I could remember and being in awe of their impressive sight.

Because of my love of the stars, when my daughter was little, I purchased her a night light that shines stars all over her bedroom walls. What you’ll need: - a wide mouth jar – The jar needs to be wide enough to fit the small click light inside. -an awl - scissors Cut a strip of the cake pan long enough to fit around inside the jar and tall enough to reach to the very top of the jar. Use the awl to poke holes for the constellations. I connected the constellation dots with a silver Sharpie to make them easier to spot. Take into a dark room and enjoy. DIY Grapevine lighting balls ...What a BRIGHT idea ! | Lynne Knowlton. New Here? Sign up to be part of something great & receive a BIG present too. A free instantly downloadable book of EPIC photo ideas. It's jammed packed with my insider tips & tricks for creating gorgy gorgeous photos.

You won't want to miss that! Signing up means that you will have more fun, better hair & weekly tips to design the life YOU want to live. Brace yourself. I wish I could dream up a better NAME Other than I can create them, hang them, make them look pretty with lights, but I haven’t dreamt up a REAL name for them yet. I am stumped. So far, it’s balls. Uhm. I can travel my way across land and sea. {That is because I went to a wine tasting BEFORE this photo was taken} Where’d my makeup go? I am woman, hear me roar …whatever…. I can’t name a grapevine ball to save my life. Note: In that vineyard photo, I laughed so hard with my friend Catherine…that all my make-up somehow jumped off my face.

Tricked you, didn’t I? Back to the balls* *Snicker I need to get you all revved up for this DIY. 1. Most favorited all-time - page 9. Disney TTF Schrift Word Fonts Suche - Seite 2 | MyFont.de.

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Page 2 - Top Stories. 1000 Awesome Things | A time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things by Neil Pasricha. Schmuckfunde aus Haithabu. Singel og Dopa von L.A Laplanders. Samisk ordboks- og terminologiportal. Kristieskids - patterns#1. Mushroom pattern Mushroom Supplies:Small amounts of WW yarnF HookButton for lid closingExtra buttons, sequence, ect for decorating (optional) Terms usedSc = single crochetSc-dec = single crochet decrease over 2 stitchesCh = chainFO = Finish off, or Fasten offSlp st = slip stitchBLO = Back Loops Only StemStem is done in one continous spiral.Ch 21) 6 sc in 2nd chain from hook. (6 sc)2) 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc)3) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next sc) repeat around (18 sc)4) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 2 sc) repeat around (24 sc)5) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 3 sc) repeat around (30 sc)6) In BLO, sc in each sc around.7) Working in both loops, sc in each sc around8) (sc-dec, sc in next 2 sc) repeat around, ending with sc-dec in last 2 sc (22 sc)9-10) sc in each sc around11) (sc-dec, sc in next 2 sc) repeat around, ending with sc-dec in last 2 sc, (16 sc)12-14) sc in each sc aroundSlp st to next sc,FO leaving long enough tail to sew to mushroom body The CH 5 is your button hole.

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