I like them. I just started working with resin myself; sure is smelly I def. think they're sellable if they were on a nice gold chain. The only small recommendation I'd give is to try not to let the edges get discolored as they have on a couple of them. Did you seal the pictures with mod-podge or something first? That might help
Yeah I did seal them, and I thought I did it well too. Next time I will be extra super careful doing the edges!
In less than two weeks I will be moving out of home, and would love some help with meal ideas.
I am used to cooking for myself a lot, since I am the only veg in my family. occasionally my sister and parents will eat with me.
I have a few meals planned already. Couscous with fried tomatoes and baby spinch, which is easy to cook up one serve. Pasta with tinned tomato and fresh vege sauce. Which will leave me with enough leftovers to take to school the next day. Baked beans with poached egg on toast. Or baked beans on a baked potato with cheese.
I also have an awesome tofu satay recipe, but I will either have to get my flatmates to eat it with me (I will be the only veg in my flat) or think up ideas to do with the rest of the tofu, 'cause I only eat about a third of a block at a time.
I love cooking, so I don't mind spending half an hour or an hour in the kitchen preparing my meal.
What I am looking for are meals that are somewhat cheap are are easy to prepare for one. I don't mind taking leftovers to school the next day, but I get bored eating the same thing all the time. I would also like sort of meal plans. Like, if you suggest something that uses one ingredient please reccomend a few more meals I could make using the same thing. I love beans (especailly chickpeas), but can only eat about half a tin at a time, and don't want to waste food. Tofu, like I said I would eat about a third of a block. And vegetables, I would like a few ideas that use the same vegetables. I don't like the idea of fake meat, or prepacked meals, I like to eat as much fresh and healthy food I can. Also, I probably wont have a freezer when I first move in!! So I can't freeze food!
Would also like lunch, breakfast and snack ideas. I will be taking a packed lunch to school each day. We have a bit of a kitchen so I can reheat food. Some lunch food ideas I have are: Carrot sticks. Popcorn. Muesli bars. Dried apricots. Nuts. Fresh fruit. Pita bread with hummus. Rice crackers.
But would love more ideas, so I don't get bored of the same things all the time.
As for breakfast, I don't have a huge appetite in the mornings. I can't sit down and eat a bowl of cereal or toast. Sometimes I can do a bowl of yogurt. I will be biking to school most mornings, so would like some ideas for food I could eat one handed!
And snacks, just food I could keep in the cupboard for when I get hungry during the evening and weekends.
Aaaaand one more thing!!!
I will be doing a big shop with my mum when I move into the flat, so would appreciate some starting off foods so fill my cupboards!
Thanks a lot for the help everyone. Sorry this is so long!!!
I just read this entire thread in the morning and I got so inspired that I can wait to get started (so inspired that I don't want to study). I started a art journal yesterday but I'll start another one with lists and text as you showed here. It'll probably something I'll use more often. The art journal will be mainly for training and etc =) When I read the rain thing I remembered something, I'm afraid to ruin my journal because of the rain (I'm still not sure if I'll keep it always with me or not, I'm afraid someone might see it and start to make questions about it) because where I study it rains a lot and since September I had my school bag completely wet a lot of times (some notebooks look like crap). Any ideas in preventing this from happening with my journal? I love everything posted here *-* I'll definately have a What I've learned today in my journal, I think it'll be very important. Can't wait to get started! (but I seriously need to study xDD)
To keep it from getting wet why not keep it in a ziplock bag? Happy journalling!
Looooove the dress and shorts. Great fabric choice and shape. I am sure your mum will be over the moon opening her Christmas present.
My mum is not getting a black wool crepe dress made from the same pattern (but without the tie at the neckline) and my best friend who modelled for me for my fashion show got the yellow one, because I think mum would get more wear out of the black.