A new take on tin can crafting! Adding a lid really makes so much more worth it.
Materials needed for this project.
It doesn't get much easier!
There are endless possibilities.
Full tutorial by kamomilla-vanilla.blogspot.com
Nuts, oats, and shredded coconut granola crust, filled with a delicious fig jam. You won't want to miss this recipe from Diet Hood!
You will need:
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1 cup rolled oats (not instant)
1/2 cup sweetened shredded coconut
1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 stick butter, softened, cut into 10 pieces.
3 tablespoons honey
2 cups fig jam
Head over to diethood.com for instructions
Relive the memories of your favorite arcade in your own home. with the Power-Up Arcade Light Switch Plate. The Power-Up replaces your boring, normal light switch with 100% more pew pew pew! A quick few minutes of screwdriver finagling and you'll have arcade nostalgia on your wall, ready to do your bidding. Press the joystick down to turn your lights on. Push it up to turn them off. BUT THAT'S NOT ALL! See those two red buttons? Press them for super fun pew pew pewing arcade sound effects. Super-Easy Installation! No wiring or electrician skills needed! The Power-Up Arcade Light Switch easily fits over your existing wall switch. Simply remove the two screws on your switch plate then place the Arcade Light Switch over top and replace two screws. Entering a room has never been more fun! Get yours on Amazon!
Sometimes, when it’s hard to let go, it helps to have something to hold onto. Carrie Bears comfort those who are grieving by helping them feel close to someone they have lost. We love this idea. How sweet!
Source: Carrie Bears
Really neat and beautiful laundry rack comes from centsationalgirl.com
It is not hard to build and they’re so perfect in the laundry room for drying your delicate clothing.
Add knobs to the bottom so you can dry sweaters or other clothing right on the hanger.
Make these adorable owl marshmallow-decorated spoons to stir into your hot chocolate for a fun wintertime treat. Perfect as gifts too!
You will need:
Tablespoons (stainless steel or plastic)
Campfire Giant Roasters Marshmallows
White chocolate chips
White candy decorator heartsWhite candy melts
1-inch circle cutter
Head over to She Knows for instructions
A while back, a guy named Nickolay Lamm created a prototype for a Barbie-like doll, but with real human proportions. He used the CDC's measurements for the average 19-year-old American woman. Well wouldn't it be cool if toy makers took notice and started creating dolls for our kids that are more realistic.
Well, that hasn't happened, so Nickolay decided to make his own "average" dolls. He's running a crowdfunding project, and you can help support it by donating or ordering a doll.
The doll is made according to typical human body proportions.
Click here for more images.
Lammily wears minimal makeup.
Her wardrobe isn't composed of typical clothing for dolls – she is dressed with striking simplicity.