When I am looking for crochet patterns, I always run across some amazing knitting patterns, and I'm sure it happens to knitters too! Would anybody be interested in a swap where if you're a knitter, you get paired with a crocheter at a similar skill level and trade knit/crocheted items?
I love to grab handfuls of paint chips in hardware stores even though my mom won't let me paint my room. Paper beads are fun to make but I always felt like they were a little flimsy and I got the idea to use paper chips. I loved it so much that I'm making more!
These are really addicting to make in front of the TV and they can be made really fast. I was thinking of having my closet door removed since it doesn't close anyways and making a beaded curtain. I think these would be an awesome material to use along with beads and maybe magazine pages as well. What do you think?
The first is a cat hat for me! The second is an ant and it has pipe cleaners in the antennae. The third is of course a Mario mushroom! The fourth is a oceanic hat with felt shark Then there's the bear hat and a wizard hat that has a secret compartment (it hides a seagull) A hippo, then a snake!
Hey there! I made cake mix cookies last week and they were so delicious! I actually ended up eating them all before they got to my friend's for his birthday...oops! Well today, I went to find the cake mix again so I could re-make the cookies, but all they had left was cupcake mix. (apparently everyone discovered cake mix cookies last week) Will it work with the same recipe?
Both mixes are Betty Crocker and the recipe I used was basically: 1 Box Cake Mix 2 Eggs 1/2 cup Oil 2 Tablespoons Water
Mix well, Bake at 350 for 15 minutes. Thanks for any help!