• Vintage books (you can find these super cheap at thrift stores or your local library) • Succulents and succulent planting soil • Moss (purchased at Michael’s) • Exacto knife • Mod podge • Fabric flowers (easy DIY to make these found here) • Cling wrap
I also saw someone spend $$$ yesterday on a concrete block that had these succulents and chicken/hens in it. Let me tell you one thing about succulents - they grow and they grow BIG. I have two and they now have to go outside. Also, they can bloom flowers…very pretty.
DIY Casting. I’m posting this not because I want to cast a child’s hand or foot (although the idea is lovely), but because of the very basic information on casting in general that I can use and links to products. Tutorial from Crafty Moods here. *I would cast some old antique keys I have, fingers for Halloween next year, plastic toys that may look cool, etc…
you put jelly on one side of the bread and peanut butter on the other. that’s an abomination and at least I know how to make a proper sandwich
How else would one make a pb&j? Like do you put them on the same slice of bread? I am so confused?
She should show us how to make one since she is just SOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!
OKAY KIDS RYAN’S GONNA SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE A PB&J SANDWICH
first you need your two slices of bread but as opposed to putting the peanut butter on one side, like some kind of animal, you’re going to put it on both
next you can slap your jelly of choice on and spread it in
now you can put the bread together and bag the sandwich for a meal later on
by making the sandwich like this, it stops the jelly from seeping through one side of the bread and making it all soggy when you eat it. I had to pack my lunch through the majority of school and that means having the sandwich sit in a bag for a solid 5 hours before I get to eat it and if you only put the jelly on one side, it’s going to bleed through the bread and be nasty but the peanut butter creates a buffer so it’s in prime condition
Dude black widow showed me how to make a sandwich
You’re welcome, citizen
oh my god
I want an Avengers AU that’s just about Sandwich making.
DIY Zombie Nesting Dolls. I posted these nesting dolls about 3 years ago ($100 from Etsy Store PsandQx that is now gone). I found these blank nesting dolls from Golden Cockerel here.You can get huge expensive sets or cheap small ones - just google “Russian Nesting Dolls”. Paint, decoupage or Sharpie your zombies (make sure sharpies don’t bleed by testing them on the bottom).
DIY Harry Potter Tee Shirt Tutorial from Sew a Straight Line. I like to use cheap run-of-the-mill (like Avery). You can get the paper for either light or dark tees. I’ve posted in the past that these transfers hold up really well in the normal washing machine. TIP: As with all printed grahic tees, make sure to turn them inside out for the dryer.