Here are some really fun ideas when making a cake roll.
Here you can find step by step instructions and recipe from azlitamasammanis.com
Image from a Japanese blog, link not found sorry!
Here is the same method used for a zebra print cake roll.
Coconut Almond Bar by sylvia Fountaine See full recipe here
Healthy gluten free and vegan granola bars with nuts, coconut and honey.
Easy to make and taste wonderful.
If you have an old sweater that you want to give a new look to... may we recommend the doily decal from needleandnestdesign.blogspot.com ?
Nothing adds more warmth and charm to a home than the simple, rustic beauty of natural wood. Now, thanks to the inspiring and creative ideas of woodworker Chris Lubkemann, bringing the natural elegance of the outdoors into your home is easier than you think. With little effort that can produce amazing results, twigs, branches and fallen trees can be transformed into artfully designed candle holders, coat racks, and coffee tables that will flavor your home with an eco-chic style. If you're creative, have an appreciation for wood, and can work with a few basic tools, you can create these 35 unique and practical projects using easy-to-follow instructions and some found wood. You can buy the book on on Amazon
Get outdoors, find some wood and make something beautiful! “Tree Craft” includes 35 earthy-yet-elegant woodworking projects, such as kitchen utensils, photo frames, table lamps and a coffee table.
If you have an old tire inner tube in your garage, don't throw it away. You can turn it into a cool chair like this one. Inspired by the Drops Pouf by Camilla Hounsell Halvorsen a Norway-based furniture designer.
You will need
1 tube frame 13 “;
6 balls of wool line Clover brand Pinguin or similar. You could also use old t-shirt
Hop on over to The Whoot for step by step tutorial
Drops Pouf consists of an inner tube wrapped in colourful ribbons of recycled textiles used for upholstery by Camilla Hounsell Halvorsen
I love it when people come up with unique hand made things! Marci is the woman who painted these fun glasses just for fun, little did she know about how huge the demand would be for her fun horse glasses. She got so many orders, she had to shut down and think about how she could fulfill them all. I see a NEW day job in her future.
Dress up your ceramic by using cross-stitch pattern. Super-quick and stylish idea!
You will need:
A ceramic surface (coasters, tiles, saucers etc.)
Ceramic markers in your chosen colours
Paper markers in the same colours
Hop on over to Mollie Makes for instructions
You might also like viewing: Paint On Ceramic