Pumpkin Craving Tips
Oct20

Pumpkin Craving Tips

Haven’t started your Jack-o-Lantern yet? Never fear, neither have I! Well it’s tradition to start a week or two before Halloween, for me. But anyways, here’s some tips and tricks I’ve figured out to make my Jack-O-Lantern stand out. Use depth! Take advantage that light has to travel through the pumpkin. What’s that mean? Well, make some areas thicker or thinner, as opposed to everything being a hole. It...

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How to Make Mini Pizzas
Aug17

How to Make Mini Pizzas

Make your own simple and easy mini pizzas. They are super tasty! Ingredients 1 cup pizza sauce 1 can Pillsbury Grands! refrigerated biscuits 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (8 oz) 1 package (3.5 oz) sliced pepperoni   Step 1: Press each biscuit into round pizza shapes. Place on to cookie sheets. Step 2: Top each round with pizza sauce, cheese and pepperoni. Step 3: Bake at 375°F 10 to 15 minutes or until bottoms are deep golden...

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DIY Crayon Art
Aug12

DIY Crayon Art

Crayon art is a fun and creative DIY you’ve got to try. You can make tons of creations using crayons but here’s the simplest one, feel free to be creative with it though. Materials : Blank canvas Crayons Paint brush (Optional) Acrylic Paint (Optional) Glue ( preferably Gorilla glue) Heat source ( Hair dryer) Step 1 (optional) : Paint the canvas with a layer of acrylic paint. This helps the wax stick better. Step 2 : Glue...

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DIY Mason Jar Fairy Lights
Aug05

DIY Mason Jar Fairy Lights

This fun DIY project is a must try. Create your own fairy lights with simply a mason jar and some craft supplies. It is cool looking and fun to make. Materials: Jar (Mason jars work great as do old pickle jars and other re-purposed glass jars) Glow in the dark paint (use several colors if you can) Paintbrushes Scrap paper White school glue Glitter Step 1: Place a piece of scrap paper like an old magazine down and then and squirt some...

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How to Make a Watermelon Owl Fruit Bowl
Jul15

How to Make a Watermelon Owl Fruit Bowl

A creative, fun and healthy activity to try this summer. Materials: -Watermelon   -Toothpicks  – Knifes(preferably in various sizes)  -Red Grapefruit   -Kiwi  -Melon  -pineapple  -any other fruits you’d like for the fruit bowl Step 1 – Cut a flat surface at the bottom of the watermelon so it can be stood upright. Step 2-  Identify the more bumpy side of the watermelon, That is where you will cut out the next chunk....

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