With the Alphabet Cake Pan, you can create unique cakes for birthdays, anniversaries or other special events. Use the grid grooves in the bottom of the pan to arrange the 2 inch blocks into any 10 inch or 14 inch letter or number combination. You can create custom cakes for a special 1st or 50th birthday or spell words for your special occasion with multiple letters. You can even use this pan as a jello mold or for 2 inch square cupcakes. The possibilites are endless with the included instruction booklet and your imagination.
Pick up your own Alphabet Cake Pan and make great birthday cakes!
You can make your own plastic buttons from shrink plastic. Super cheap and easy to make :)
Tip of the day.
Did you know that you can turn a stock of limp “trash-worthy” Celery into crunchy, ready-to-eat, stocks and then use the base to grow another stock?
Here is how to do it:
Take the limp bunch of celery and cut all of the stocks off leaving about a 2 inch base.
Put the limp stocks in a wide mouth cup of water.
The stocks will firm up within hours and look as good as new.
Poke a few holes with the knife in the bottom of the base with the tip of the knife. Don’t go crazy with it, just a few.
Then, place the base in a pan of water.
The base will actually grow another entire bunch! This picture is taken after 10 days.
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This is so worth making because it is so good!
250 g Camembert cheese
1/2 garlic clove
1/2 teaspoon white wine
Preheat the oven to 200°C/Gas 6.
Please note; The Camembert must be whole and in it's wooden box.
Chop the garlic very finely.
Remove the cheese from it's box - take off the wrapping then put the cheese back in the box.
Make about 6 tiny holes in the top rind of the cheese and drizzle the wine into them.
Sprinkle the garlic on top.
Put the lid back on the box and bake in the oven for about 25 to 30 minutes, until hot and bubbling.
Serve the melted cheese in it's box, dipping in some gherkins or just some nice fresh crusty bread.
Recipe from food.com
It is safe to say that rakes are not only for the garden, you can use them as card holder, wine glass holder, for your Jewelry, as candle holder and more. The possibilities are many, as shown in the pictures below.
Old and rustic rake as Christmas cards holder. Via...
Rake & button tree. Via...
Old rake as a wine glass holder
Super cool idea!
Beautiful Rake Wreath. Via...
Shabby chic rake hook
Jewelry Display from a Rake. Via...
cups on a rake. Pretty cute! Via...
Great Christmas decorration
This is a neat idea to organize your belts
So rustic and beautiful. Via...
Old rake as a stocking holder. Via...
Vintage rake display. Such a great idea. Via...