Original Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/152840981075897767/
Wrap and stacking bracelets are very popular right now, and once I found this post, I HAD to try it. This was one of my more time consuming projects I have ever done. The site didn’t have very many details written out about supplies or how to properly make the bracelet beyond their pictures. I purchased the larger seed beads in a multi-color pack, cotton thread, some gold beads, fishing wire, and an old button. I am unsure if I wrapped them right or not.
I started the bracelet by wrapping the fishing wire around one side, putting on a bead, then wrapping around the other side and then looping it back through. I realized looping it back through made the bracelet start to curl and bend funny, so I stopped that. I just attempted to follow their pictures, but not sure if I did it right. So Best of luck on that! It turned out pretty well, except after a few hours of attempting to make it wrap 3 times like the pinterest one, I gave up and let it wrap only twice.
I am thinking to look other posts up similar to find the right instructions. Also, probably best to use a clipboard to clip down the top part while your hands work on the bracelet. I am trying that next time!
Original Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/152840981076047294
My friend (who I blogged about in a previous post) who has a fitness blog periodically posts healthy recipes. She posted this yummy, simple, healthy recipe and I LOVE IT! I ran out of egg whites, so I used regular eggs. Instead of the veggies she listed, I used mushrooms, spinach, & tomatoes. I can’t wait to just get out of bed, pop these in the microwave and leave for class!
Original Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/532058143446917174/
The original pin didn’t have instructions how to make this, and a group of friends and I made these, one of them teaching us how to. So I will include instructions below:
You will need-
- Scrapbook Paper
- Plain Clipboard
- stickers and ribbon
- Measure your paper to fit the clipboard on all edges and cut to fit. (Easy to just trace and cut).
- Quickly spread a decent layer of Mod Podge on the clipboard and quickly place your paper on top. (WARNING: the paper WILL get bubbly and look bad, do not try to smooth the bubbles out or the paper could rip, they will disappear after it dries).
- Let the board dry for about 15 mins. and add any other paper, stickers or ribbon. And it’s complete!
Original Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/152840981075617761/
I got a simple white frame from a local thrift shop, and repainted the edges to touch up the paint. I had to try several types of scrapbook paper because some designs were too “busy” with the writing on the glass. Finally found this pretty pink paper and it worked well. I also added some gems and stickers to make it look a little more complete! Made this for a friend for Christmas! VERY SIMPLE!
Original Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/152840981075429921/
I don’t own a panini pan at school, so this recipe is just as easy in a pan. For some reason, the link on Pinterest doesn’t open the actual recipe, so I googled it. You can do it with any kind of fruit. Here is the recipe and instructions via stove top:
- Fresh strawberries (or any fruit)
- Two slices of bread
- Cream Cheese (softened in the microwave for about 25 seconds before)
Butter one side of each slice of bread. Put the cream cheese on the non-buttered sides and place fruit on top. Put the slices of bread together and cook it on the stove top like you were for a grilled cheese. Cook until lightly browned, and enjoy!