19.07.2015
Making and decorating mini Graham Cracker Houses and enjoying Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Graham Cracker Cookies is a holiday activity the whole family is sure to enjoy, and is part of a shop that has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. One would think that making graham cracker houses was enough in and of itself, but being a food blogger I just couldn’t throw away the pieces of the graham crackers that were left over from making the houses, and since everything is just better with cookies, I made peanut butter chocolate chip graham cracker cookies that could be eaten while decorating the graham cracker houses. So after we had our little houses made, we went to my in-laws’ and all of us decorated them. Subscribe to the Sweet Phi NewsletterJoin my mailing list to receive a free copy of my eCookbook and stay up to date with the latest on the Sweet Phi blog!
Funny that you should mention that they are edible…because unlike some rock hard gingerbread houses, these are totally all edible and actually taste good (the peanut butter frosting on a graham cracker alone is delicious ) thank you for commenting!!
Dental treatments like dental bonding and veneers are not only used to fix cavities or broken teeth but can also be used to improve the look of healthy teeth.
Your dentist may do dental bonding and veneer treatment, or he or she may refer you to a prosthodontist. Bonding, also known as bonded restoration, is a painless way to make minor repairs to teeth. The porcelain veneers are then glued to your teeth one by one, using composite resin cement.
If the veneers are not fully placed or sealed onto your tooth, stains or cavities can form under the veneer.
If a veneer chips or peels off, or if a cavity forms under a veneer, the veneer must be redone. Constantly grinding or clenching your teeth may cause your bonding or veneers to chip or break. The Canadian Dental Association is the nation's voice for dentistry dedicated to the promotion of optimal oral health, an essential component of general health, and to the advancement of a unified profession. Woodstairs is the best and most comprehensive source of wood and iron stair parts and accessories anywhere. While our typical blogs do not address specific tools or products available on our site, LJ Smith’s Bore Buster® is so perfectly suited for its job that it warrants special attention.
For customers with a large project, multiple projects or any stair builder, the Bore Buster is well worth the $500.00 price tag to purchase this. First a little disclosure: This project is part of the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores National Craft Month.
Using a hot glue gun, glue fabric to wreath and remove pins as you go, be sure to glue only to the underside for the cleanest look. Cut two long strands of jute cord and glue one end of one to the underside of the wreath, over the overlapping part preferably. Loop your jute and tie a knot on the front side of the anchor, so there is a little loop on the backside.
Using both of the strings of jute, wrap it around the knot and down until you have a long enough wrap. Now twist remaining jute around anchor for your desired look and secure the end with hot glue, clipping the end if needed. To attach the anchor to the wreath use hot glue, and if needed use a pin through the jute into the wreath to make sure it stays secure. To make the loop to hang the wreath cut a long strand of jute, wrap it around and tie a knot where you want the wrap to start. Tiffany is a stay at home mom to four ridiculously cute kids and wife to one smoking hot Mc Dreamy lookalike. Having a good tote bag with a sturdy bottom is endlessly useful for weekend get-aways, trips to the beach, carrying groceries home, or carrying a blanket and snacks to the park for a picnic.  Sometimes the bottom of your tote bag wears out, breaks, or weakens when it gets wet.
The sturdiness desired can easily be achieved by layering chipboard.  1 layer is going to be pretty good for light weight objects. Test the fit of the chipboard in the bottom of your bag by setting it in place.  If the board is too large, trim it down for a better fit.
Spread a good amount of Mod Podge along the center of one side of your board.  Press one fabric edge into the glue to hold it in place.
Apply glue to the opposite edge of the fabric.  Fold and press in place so the fabric wraps tightly around the board. Turn your bag (or bag lining) inside out.  Prepare a sturdy hand sewing needle with matching thread.


Turn your bag (or bag lining) right side out and make sure the board is pushed into all the corners and the seam allowance is tucked under the board. This topic contains -2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Christina32828 1 year, 9 months ago.
You can use BBCodes to format your content.Your account can't use Advanced BBCodes, they will be stripped before saving. Linking: You may use up to 2 photos (1 of the process and 1 of the completed item) when linking to us. Using a small chip board photo book I had in my craft studio, I thought making a small pocket book would be great. You could easily add hand written messages, or drawings in the white space of each page too. Because I’m your dad, you can have spaghetti for breakfast, French toast for dinner, and rocky road ice cream in the bathtub. In a text that’s both playful and loving, a father expresses his hopes and dreams for a one-of-a-kind relationship with his child. From the Pacific Northwest, Kim is a busy mom who adores her teen son, her middle aged husband and is constantly wiping the muddy paws of her adorable Labradoodle Maybelline.
About KimSince 2007, Kim has been sharing tips and tutorials on how to live a creative life. Take a look below at how we used a few to create a fun dry erase calendar perfect for keeping your organized.
Feel free to grab a larger frame and two additional strips if you wish to add the weekend to yours. I love the idea of using a dry erase maker so you can use the same calendar over and over – much kinder to the environment. Thanks for sharing with us at The DIY Collective Link Party, hope you come back again next week!
If you’re wondering what I even mean by that, I’m referring to the fact that last week my computer went on the fritz, and in the process I lost all of my  photography for recipes that I had planned through the month of December (thank you for all the outpouring of support and understanding, and a special thank you to my bestie Lynn for stepping in last minute and guest posting…did you see her Gingerbread Candied Bacon she posted for Five Ingredient Friday?) Instead of focusing on everything that was lost, I’m going to view it as an opportunity to rephotograph some pretty amazing recipes that I am very excited to share with you!  Caught up in the whirlwind of having to redo everything, I did about a bazillion-and-a half things this weekend.
The cookies came out absolutely amazing, subtle hints of peanut butter and graham cracker and rich chocolate chips, everyone loved them!
Then line each side wall with frosting and lean it up against something and wait for it to dry, then put the house together and then add the roof, then wait for it to dry for 10 minutes and decorate as desired. Too cute for words really…I love watching the whole family work to decorate them, it’s truly a fabulous family activity and it looks like everyone had a blast! This would be such a fun activity with your girls, I was actually surprised at how much fun it was (even for adults) and I’m totally going to do this every year now! Bummer about the computer going on the fritz, though – especially if you’ve worked ahead! Veneers are applied to the entire front surface of the tooth, whereas bonding is applied to a smaller portion of the tooth. It allows you to drill precise perpendicular or angled holes into straight or curved wood handrails.  It is lightweight and extremely tough and fits most handrail profiles. I received a gift card to purchase my supplies, I got to go shopping and pick out my own supplies and design my own craft, and this little nautical cutie is what I came up with. Make another loop for the top part and tie a knot next to the other knot and then using the remaining jute wrap it around the knots to make another wrap. Jo-­Ann makes spring crafting easy during National Craft Month with a $5 off $25 or more purchase coupon and a spring crafting inspiration website. Remove the broken piece from the bag.  If the broken board is really built in, you might just add an extra bottom to the bag. You may not duplicate posts, repost complete projects or edit our photos into collages for posting elsewhere. The small chevron bags I had ordered a while ago from Pick Your Plum were perfect to create the pockets needed. Whimsical monster characters bring the silly and sweet scenes to life and keep the book universal. Ahmet grew up with a learning disability and now writes books to help children discover how wonderful reading can be. We used a frame from our local dollar store and a dry erase marker we had on hand, making this project a whole $1 to complete.


You can write the days of the week as we did, then use the marker to fill in tasks for each day. For the frosting-glue: Start by beating together meringue powder, peanut butter and water (it's ok if there are a few little clumps. I love sharing the sweet and savory recipes I create in my kitchen, and love to feature farm to fork ingredients.
At first I kind of thought everyone would think I’m nuts (well, correction, they still think I’m a little nuts) but everyone was so receptive and made the cutest little houses! I am not a big on gingerbread flavor and absolutely love that I can actually eat them and enjoy if i wanted to. Bonding and veneers make your teeth look better by changing their colour, shape, angle or spacing.
The composite resin that matches the colour of your natural teeth is chosen so that the bonding blends in with your teeth.
Porcelain veneers are stronger than composite resin veneers and do not change colour or stain. She is the founder of Making the World Cuter, a site committed to doing just what the title states; Making the world cuter, one kid, DIY, yummy treat or crafty thing at a time. Mix for 3 minutes, ten add the powdered sugar and beat for 5 minutes, or until the frosting holds a peak.
Your dentist can fix teeth that are broken, chipped or cracked, that have spaces between them or that are discoloured. Generally, porcelain veneers take at least 2 dental visits to apply and composite resin veneers can be done in 1 visit.
After the last layer of composite resin is hardened, your dentist shapes and polishes it to form your tooth. Good thing, because after I had cut all the graham cracker pieces, things started breaking. For the cookies- Preheat oven to 350 and line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. I too had so much fun at our virtual hang out and can’t wait to share all about that!
Makes me want to pull out some flip flops and drive a couple hours to sit in a weathered Adirondack chair and look at the ocean all day long!
Start cutting the pieces for each house (one box of graham crackers made parts for 5 finished houses).
Then add the graham cracker crumbs, flour, baking soda and stir until combined, then stir in chocolate chips. Make the place cards by cutting card stock down to size and hand write each guest’s name on them.
To make them you’ll need potting soil, tiny succulents, a puncher, a paring knife and a glue gun. To make the mat you’ll need wine corks, hot glue sticks, non-adhesive shelf liner, a pocket knife, a ruler, a hot glue gun and sand paper.
The carefully drill into the bottom of each cork and insert the bamboo skewers once you’ve trimmed them to size. Cut the corks in half lengthwise and then put glue on the magnet strip and press firmly onto the flat side of the cork. To make them you have to start by tracing and cutting the cork to the shape and size you want. The materials needed are an adhesive-back cork roll, map pins, quilter’s grid, spray adhesive, a map template, plywood handy panels, masking tape, a staple gun, tacky glue, masking paper, white spray paint and a craft knife. Then wrap the cork around the outside of the can and put glue as you advance to keep it in place. They are made using solid, raw materials that have distinct textures such as metal and cork. The project started as a limited edition run and it till go into general production, but with solid wood tops.View in galleryThese unusual table centerpieces were designed by Carlo Trevisani.



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