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  • Caesar Salad

    Cooking, Recipes  |  0 Commentcaesar salad

    And so, today I prepared this salad salad Tsezar.Ya obozhayu.I me a pleasure to cook it. Ingredients: . Chicken, 300 g . Lettuce leaves, 1 bunch . Loaf-6 slices for crackers . Onions (preferably red) -1 head . Tomato-average . Sauce "cheese Caesar", instead you can get the sauce to the ravioli or garlic. . Parmesan cheese 100 g . Garlic-1 clove . Lemon juice, 1 tbsp. spoon . Olive oil 3 tbsp. spoon Fillets cut into cubes, heat the oil in a frying pan and fry, then cut the loaf with a crust, and also cut the remaining oil fry kubikami.Na

  • Gift presents: Pink, Orange & Yellow Party Inspiration in The Party Dress Magazine

    Books, Needle crafts, Other crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentgift presents: pink, orange & yellow party inspiration in the party dress magazine

    {click on photo to view full size} Have you checked out the new issue of The Party Dress online magazine? It’s fabulous! I created another “Color My Party” inspiration collage for this issue in Yellow, Pink Orange. I adore this bright, summery color combination. From what to wear to what to serve, check out the ideas I compiled to inspire your next cheerful event. Perfect for a girl’s birthday, bridal shower, baby shower or casual brunch, this happy color palette is sure to please. {favor boxes :: martha stewart, party hats :: bayoumoon} To see the

  • Candlesticks with lace of the glasses

    Crochet, Needle crafts  |  0 Commentcandlesticks with lace of the glasses

    So cute ogonechki! In the first photo clearly candlesticks made ​​of strips of cradling. Correct to say: candleholders are made ​​of glasses, decorated with lace. But on the second photo - the same idea, but the lace crochet. And the scheme is attached.    

  • Paper heart garland tutorial

    Cutting paper, Making flower, Parties, Valentine's day  |  0 Commentpaper heart garland tutorial

    you'll need: Several plastic straws (Gasp! Plastic! I know! Yet even in our house, we're we've tried to rid ourselves of plastic we still keep straws on hand). Card stock paper in various colors Scissors Hole punch Twine, hemp rope, thin ribbon, or the like Cut your rope/twine/ribbon into a length long enough, that when tied off at the ends, it will slip easily over your head. Using scissors, cut your straws into small lengths. Ours were about 1 inch in length. String one of the straw lengths onto your twine. Tie off at the end so

  • Candles decorating tutorial

    Candle  |  0 Commentcandles decorating tutorial

    Gần đây, chồng tôi đã mua một bình của trứng cá muối Pollock bây giờ chúng tôi ......... đã phá hủy nó và nhìn vào bình rỗng, ý tưởng đã xảy ra với tôi rằng một rất tốt tia lửa ra khỏi nó sẽ! Tìm thấy một miếng vải phù hợp với các đồ trang trí và bình zadekupazhila! Sau khi thâm nhập sơn bóng, chờ đợi để khô, một vài khai tan chảy nến, đặt bấc và ngập lụt sáp nóng chảy Wax bị đóng băng! Và tất cả mọi thứ!

  • Easter Birthday!

    Birth's day, Easter's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts  |  0 Commenteaster birthday!

    Today I'm sharing a few photos a sweet customer sent me of a party that I designed the printables for. Little Ella was celebrating her 6th birthday, and with it being so close to Easter, her mom, Andrea, decided to go with an Easter theme and use my Bunny Birthday collection as a good starting place. The party was held at Twin Oaks Fun Farm where the kids enjoyed lots of fun activites like riding ponies, picking strawberries, feeding animals, hunting eggs, stuffing bunnies and playing on the farm's huge playground. Can you

  • Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland tutorial

    Cutting paper, Easter's day, Parties  |  0 Commentpaint chip easter egg garland tutorial

      Lately I've been eyeing my stack and formulating a few simple projects in my head.  The first of which I present to you today - a DIY Easter egg garland. This was super easy and turned out even better than I'd hoped.  I love how the white line in the middle mimics the look of a plastic egg.  I even enjoy the slight reflection of words from the back of the paint chips when it's strung in front of a mirror. Click through for the quick tutorial and a few more pretty

  • Wedding fresh Flower Garland tutorial

    Flower arrangement, Kirigami, Wedding day  |  0 Commentwedding fresh flower garland tutorial

    What You’ll Need: One Bunch “Million Star” Gypsophilia (AKA Baby’s Breath) Generally, a bunch is 10 – 12 stems, with multiple laterals on each stem) One Spool Fabric Coated Wire Decorative Paper (3 or so coordinating sheets) String A Sheet of Card Stock Floral Snips Scissors Small Hole Punch Pencil Computer and Printer Resources: Gypsophelia is a very common flower and available through any floral wholesale house, flower shop, or grocery store florist.  There are many on-line resources as well.    Fabric coated wire is available in the floral section of your craft store. Before you get started on the garland,  unwrap your bunch of

  • Pom Pom Garland tutorial

    Holiday & seasonal crafts, Making flower  |  0 Commentpom pom garland tutorial

    Pom Pom Garland tutorial Start wrapping yarn around the fork in your first color When you've wrapped it around about 50 times or so, cut a small piece of yarn, string it through the fork and tie it once at the top Pull the yarn off the fork and tighten the knot at tight as you can, making a second knot to reinforce With your scissors, cut through all the loops on both sides Fluff the yarn around the sides and trim if needed. Make several more; I made 5 in each color for my