Diy Plaster Dipped Flower Votives


It's hard to believe that these votives are made out of faux flowers! They look like they were made out of porcelain

Just get some flowers and dip them into plaster. Pretty need idea and looks amazingly gorgeous!

You will need:

faux flowers
-bucket to mix – best shape is something that is more tall than wide
-wax paper or non-porous surface to lay dipped flowers on
-votive for sizing
-small rubber bands
-metal clippers
-small bit of glue – hot glue works great!
-tint* – optional

Hop on over to for instructions


Beautiful wreath with plaster dipped flowers. Via...

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DIY Paperclip Rings

Did you know that paperclips easily can be bended into rings? Check out the tutorial here...

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Caramel Bacon Crack

Once you started eating it, you couldn’t stop!

1 sheet puff pastry
10 slices of your favorite bacon, cooked until semi crisp
1 cup dark brown sugar
4 tablespoons (½ stick) unsalted butter
2 tablespoons of heavy cream
1 ½ tablespoons maple syrup
dash of salt
pinch cayenne pepper (optional)

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DIY - Succulent Driftwood Planter

Learn how to make this beautiful driftwood planter. Perfect as a table centerpiece, but would look equally lovely on a mantel or shelf.

You will need:

Long piece of driftwood or aged branch
Compressed air machine (optional)
Power washer or large bucket
Power drill
Self-feed bit or spade bit
Hot glue gun
Sphagnum moss
Potting soil
Small succulents
Decorative moss
Old paintbrush
Spray bottle

Head over to ehow for step by step tutorial!

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Old cabinet makeover

Great idea with the paper on the drawers.

Old cabinet, painted, aged, and added scrap book paper to drawers with Mod Podge. 


Crispy Onion Rings

You will love these super crispy onion rings! They are easily made at home with just a few simple ingredients!


2-3 large yellow onions, sliced ¼ inch thick
1 cup almond milk
2-3 cups of Panko® bread crumbs
1 10 oz box Kikkoman® Tempura batter mix
1-2 tsp garlic salt, divided
1-2 tsp Cajon seasoning, divided
Vegetable oil, enough to cover onions

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Orange Banana Smoothie

This looks so good and healthy! I will definitely try it !


2 cups of orange juice
zest of one orange
1 cup bananas, frozen
1 ½ cups carrots
1 cup greek vanilla yogurt*
1-2 Tablespoons of honey
orange slices, for garnish

Go here to get the full recipe.

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