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21  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Girl's hi-low circle skirt with link to tutorial on: February 28, 2013 09:48:44 AM
Amagaaaaad, that's so cute! Strangely, I was literally just trying to figure out my measurement for a circle skirt... Now I'll have to make two! Grin
22  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Floral Birthday Ball Gown on: February 28, 2013 04:42:24 AM
That's lovely! What's that fabric, it looks like some type of cotton with bunches of flowers? I think it really makes the dress pop, just adds so much texture.
23  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Rosie from The Jetsons on: February 22, 2013 10:09:01 AM
Oh my! What is crayon tinting, exactly? I assume it's going over the fabric with SOME sort of crayon, but do you need a special kind, could it be washed, etc.?

Also, nostalgia overload, squee! It's a very good likeness.  Cheesy
24  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Infinity Scarf by moogly on: February 22, 2013 06:05:23 AM
Ooh, I love! A little bit of spring green and sunny yellow is just what we need in february, right?  Cheesy It looks really intricate and pretty, I may have to try that myself.
25  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Purple knitted "poppy seed head" tea cozy. on: February 08, 2013 08:41:46 AM
That may actually be the cutest teapot in history. Hooray for accessorizing!
26  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: oh help....oh no.....it's a gruffalo on: January 26, 2013 05:27:25 AM
I don't actually know what a gruffalo is, but the name seems very fitting. I love his toothy little face! Grin
27  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Diabetic non-grain dessert? on: December 12, 2012 05:27:18 AM
Have you tried looking low-carb diet desserts? They tend to cut out things like white flour and sugar. Oh, and I found a recipe for chick pea chocolate chip cookies:


It's not as weird as it sounds, unseasoned chick peas have a very mild flavour and grainy texture. A lot like potatoes, actually! Just be sure to use dark chocolate without sugar.
28  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Non Chocolate Xmas Treats? on: December 12, 2012 05:18:26 AM
Well, the fat in the cream tends to float out to the edges as the caramel cools. It gives the candies a tiny slick of grease, so they tend not to stick.

Even if it doesn't work out as candy, you could add a bit more liquid and turn it into a mean caramel sauce, om nom nom...
29  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Non Chocolate Xmas Treats? on: December 10, 2012 03:11:35 AM
gingerbread cookies, knck... Hmm, not sure if there's a good word for that, but it's basically chewy caramel candies. You can even make it in the microwave.

1 dl double cream
1 dl sugar
1 dl golden syrup

If you do it in the microwave, use a BIG bowl. This stuff boils huge. Just mix everything up, put it in the microwave for 8 minutes, taking out to stir occasionally. Use gloves!

If you do it on a stove, bring the whole thing to a boil while stirring, lower the heat and cook until it thickens up. You can use a candy thermometer or a caramel test to determine the right thickness. Just drip some into a glass of cold water, scoop it out and roll it up. When you can make a softish ball from it, it's done.

Once it's done cooking you can add some slivered almonds to the caramel as well, it's tasty. <3 Pour the caramel onto a papered tray and chop it up once cool, or directly into little wrappers like these:

They're like cupcake wrappers, just smaller.
30  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: What can I make with an old wedding dress? on: November 11, 2012 12:57:18 PM
You could turn the whole dress into xmas tree decorations!  Cheesy Lace garlands, white silk balls, gem (or pearls, studs, what have you) ornaments... Oooh, and lots of little angel ornaments.
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