I have some cute pictures I want to make ornaments out of. I want them to be more substantial and lasting than say just cutting them out and laminating them. Any ideas? The one I have is to use plain tin cookie cutters to cut out part of the picture and use resin to fill in over the top of the pic, leaving the whole thing int he cookie cutter. But I have no idea how difficult it is to use resin.
I want to make a trivit; you know, to put hot pots and stuff on. Well I want to knit it so that it is 2 sided with an empty space inbetween, b/c i want to fill some muslin with herbs and such and put it in the center. My question is how do I do this as one piece. I believe there is something called double knit, but the only instructions I can find join the pieces all the way through. can anyone help me with this? I could just make 2 pieces and sew them back to back, but I wanted to make sure thay are exactly the same. Any ideas?
Wow! I already recieved my gift. Thanks Denise I just love it!! The bunny is so cute I, I hung it in my kitchen, and my kitties decided that the bear belongs to them. I just have to make a bunny to send to my person, if you don't mind.
I want to make a felted bag for my yoga mat. Does anyone have a pattern, or any ideas on what dimentions I should use? I'm new to felting and I'm not so sure what size to make it so that it will fit nicely on my yoga mat. let me know what y'all think. Thanks!!
I made a large Quiche to take over to my BF's mom's for Christmas breakfast. They loved it. There wasn't a crumb left and it was so easy! I used a pie dish for a rathar large quiche, but you can use ramikins, or even cupcake tins for smaller quantities, and it freezes and refrigerates well.
Add 6 scrambled eggs about 1/4 cup of milk salt/pepper to taste chopped fresh baby spinich chopped green onion chopped red onion chopped bell pepper chopped ham or sausage shredded pepperjack cheese
coat pie dish with olive oil or shortening, add mixed ingrediants. Sprinkle extra cheese over top and bake at 350 for about 25-30 minutes or until knife comes out clean. Let cool and serve with salsa. Its so easy and you don't really need to measure just add till it looks good. It'll impress your parents and they'll think you slaved over it. Plus when you tell people you'll bring a quiche they think you can cook;-)
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