Computer Grafix comes in a variety of styles, but for this project, we are using the Matte Adhesive Backed Ink Jet Film. this product, layered over Chipboard, will make a nice, sturdy cover.prep your composition book by using scissors or a metal ruler and exacto to remove both the front and back covers.
Grab your untied shoe.Place your foot inside the shoe.Grab both laces and pull until the shoe is snug against your foot.Cross the laces so they form an X shape.From the X shape, loop one lace under the other.Tighten the laces until your shoe is snug against your foot.Pinch the shoe laces in between your fingers approximately two inches from the surface of your foot.
1 sheet card stock cut to 8 1/2& 34; x 12& 34;Score on the 12& 34; side at 2 3/4, 5 1/2, 8 1/4 and 11, then cut off 2& 34; so it now measures 6 1/2 x 12 and save the 2& 34; piece, return and score on 6 1/2 side @ 2 3/4& 34;Cut patterned paper into 1 piece @ 2 1/2& 34; x 6 1/4& 34;, 3 pieces @ 2 1/2& 34; x 3 1/2& 34;, 6 @ 2 1/2& 34; x 2 1/2& 34; and 1 white or cream @ 2 1/2 x 6 1/4Collect various embellishments you& 39;d like to add.
I used Canson& 39;s Messages A4 metallic paper in blue. Which is just so pretty.Cut your paper into a square.Fold in half diagonallyPress edgeFold in half diagonally againThen fold in thirds. Until both folds are equal. Press edge firmlyThen fold the last third underneath.It should look like thisCut off the two tails.
1Things you will need!2Separate the nettle leaves from the stocks and wash well with cold water. Dice onion, Peel and 1cm cube the potatoes and Finely chop the garlic cloves.3Gently fry the potato, onion and garlic in a little olive oil until the onions soften. 5-6 mins4Over a low heat, Add the Nettle leaves and mix into the potatoes and onion.
Gather all of your suppliesPour an equal amount of soap and oil into your bowl.Stir the mixture togetherTransfer to your sinkWet a brush you wish to clean.Dip the brush in your mixtureSwirl around on a cleansing mat or the palm of your hand.Thoroughly rise with warm water until the brush is soap free.
You could use canned pumpkin purée - not the pie version. But pumpkins are in season, so I used fresh. Quarter the pumpkin. Remove the seeds and cut into chunks. Save the seeds - more guides.Roast in 425 degree oven for about 30-45 minutes...until soft.Remove and let cool. Cover them to help them soften and stay moist.
Take a bowl the size you want your bowl to be, and cover it with the plastic pellicule. Then, rub some vaselin on it. This will prevent the plastic to stick on the fabricThen, mix equal parts of modpodge with water in another bowlTake two fabrics you like, cut strips of about 1& 34; each, long enough so that it falls on each sode of the bowl you want to cover.
Prepare your fabric you like, along with colours of fabric paint you like.Iron the fabric so there are no wrinkles.Spread the fabric out on a table. Measure the fabric and draw a line to 40cmx40cm, and two 40x25cm.Cut the fabric that you will use for the pillow cover along the line you drew with the cloth scissors.
Start off with a clear nail tip (this is what will illuminate the polish)Then cover it in splotches of your jelly polish (or regular polish mixed with top coat to make it see through)I& 39;ll be using a stamper for my stained glass outline, but you can always freehand one with black polishThe design I& 39;m usingMy freehand (way to messy for my liking)After that just stamp (or freehand) the black on and add a topcoat When held up to light it resembles a stained glass windowClear nail tip, Black polish, Various jelly polishes, Top coat, Nail glue (to apply to the nail)Check me out on Instagram @pinkmenace50Get 10off Born Pretty Store with my coupon code DEARX31Thanks for 600+ followers!
1Preheat oven to 400*. In a skillet over medium heat brown sausage breaking up chuncks until sausage or ground beef is cooked.2In a bowl mix the ricotta and 1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese.3In another bowl mix 1/2 jar of sauce and meat.4Take a lasagna noodle and lay it flat and spread the cheese mixture on the noodle.
Pretty simple, zig zag a small bead of caulk on the bottom of the soles of your kids shoes and with your gloves on smoothen out the bead so it& 39;s flat and even.Now just let it try in well ventilated area. I suggest doing it in the garage where the baby cannot breath or touch the wet silicone. Once dry it& 39;s very grippy and very flexible.