Ingredients A tta / wheat flour 2 cups potato 1 medium size onion 1/2 green chilly 1 or as desired curry leaves few coriander leaves few cumin seeds powder 1/4 tsp water enough salt oil How to prepare B oil and peel potato. Mash it.
The Evoluation of Chinese Clothing ---- Ming dynasty Clothing (BC 1368 ~ BC 1644) What is "RU QUN"? "RU QUN" which consists of a blouse and a wrap-around skirt. It has a long history, and has been worn by women since the warring states period. Generally, the blouse was tucked into the skirt.
Good morning, How many of you shop Ballard Designs? Or, at minimum, browse their décor and make a mental list of what you want in your home? I have been thinking about the outdoors for a while now and something caught my eye:
Hello- and welcome to our first “Spring Fling” link party! We’re kicking things off with a mantel/shelf/ledge link party here on our blog today, andÂ Kate ,Â Rhoda , andÂ Sarah Â will be hosting some more Spring-themed parties on their blogs on March 22nd, 27th and 29th! I always look forward to Spring cleaning/decorating. It’s my favorite season, and I can’t tell you how much I enjoy throwing open the windows, throwing out a bunch of stuff (not out the windows- hee hee), and livening up the place with a little more green ! I sprinkled it into our living room in the form of books, butterflies, a vintage metal picnic basket the other day, and I’m loving it! I also used a couple of (very realistic-looking, if I do say so myself) faux plants from Ikea…
9th August 2011 Tribal and aztec prints have featured heavily in the last couple of seasons, and don’t look to be going away any time soon. I recently purchased a gorgeous red printed scarf when I was in thailand, with tassels and coins on the ends. As much as I loved it, there isn’t a huge need for a scarf in HK until at least December, and I was really sad seeing it just languishing in my closet. I posted a whole year ago here about wanting to make a kimono/poncho style top – and have finally got around to it! Tip: You can use the same technique as shown below to make a winter cape using a thick printed blanket or throw rug.
Marigold over at Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky! is organizing a summer sewing challenge: make a skirt (or dress) a week for the month leading up to summer. To help those of you participating in this Summer of No Pants, I have a tutorial for an easy a-line skirt. My least favorite part of making a skirt is hemming.
Several people have asked me how to make my Picnic Dress . It’s a bit too complicated for the step by step instruction on how to draft a pattern I gave for the draped t-shirt , but I hope this will be enough detail for anyone who is familiar with how dresses are made. You will need 4 yards of 45″ fabric and an 18″ zipper.
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Ever had the urge to wrap your body in photographs? Yes? Well, today, all of your dreams can come true! Follow this guide to learn how to turn your photos into wearable photo fabric — that’s right fabric . Use our Photo Fabric Dye Kit and the power of the sun to permanently print images onto most fabrics. This process is quick, easy, and works like magic.
Holiday cards make perfect ornaments: dazzling and delicate yet impossible to break. In a few steps, turn cards into darling globes or circles that lock together, ready to twirl. Or frame a snowy scene in a frosting of sparkles. To make the glitter ornament, cut out a circle from a card and punch a hole for string; add glue around the edge and sprinkle with glitter. Hang your new ornaments with card garlands for an enchanting tree. HOW UH-MAZING is that Jaderbugs!
Good day my little jaderbugs~!!!! It is Sunday and I am super duper excited!!! I have had a great week and I have alot of crafts coming up that you will LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!
Turn your empty spice jars into mini moss terrariums with this fun, simple Earth Week project. Tiny terrariums are the perfect way to green up your home decor, and they also make great recycled gifts! Supplies: * Spice jars, cleaned and dried * Fresh moss or Dehydrated live terrarium moss , soaked per package instructions * Dried moss * Polished gravel * Terrarium soil
If you follow me on Pinterest, you may have noticed I've been on a little miniature gardening kick lately, oohing and aahing over the tiny and obsessing over the itty bitty. (Click here to see my Miniature Garden board.) I am loving the little accessories I've seen to go in the gardens and I'm totally impressed with what some people come up with. This weekend, I finally pulled together all the little supplies I've been gathering for my first big (or little) attempt at a miniature garden. I started with a thrifted metal container I found the other day, and added some gravel to the bottom for drainage.
Did you think I was kidding when I said I was really getting into this miniature gardening thing? Well, I wasn't. My first one was so much fun that now I've gone at it again with a container of herbs.
I love to sit on my Moroccan poufs and see nothing of the busy world outside, just the mini-garden. When I bought the apartment, my tiny balcony was already enclosed with glass and had a built-in that provides much needed storage. It was perfect for the Romanian winter blizzards, not so perfect for my intentions. I found the real-estate listing pic, it's just horrible! Dark gloomy atmosphere and horrible clashing colors.
Growing up by the beach in Southern California, the ability to knot a macrame bracelet was practically a right of passage. Although those days are long behind us, we’ve never forgotten the ever-so-simple square knot technique. This time, however, we’re replacing hemp and wooden beads for more updated elements like colorful nylon cord and glossy metal charms. Happy knotting! You’ll need:
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I need to get these items filed! by May 3