DIY Craft Ideas

theballetblog:

Create mini pies to grab as a quick energy boosting snack for ballet

First, start with Bisquick baking mix, milk and eggs. This makes the base for all mini pies. Combine and start with a little less than at tablespoon in each greased muffin cup.
Next add your filling. Meat, veggies, cheese –whatever you can imagine. Add about ¼ cup of the mixture to each cup.
Finally, top it off with one more tablespoon of the Bisquick mixture.
Bake for 25-30 minutes then pop them out of the pan. Voilà! How easy is that?
Are you ready for the best part of all? Mini pies can be frozen! Seal them in freezer bags. Then just pop them in the microwave for meals on the go, after ballet snacks and last minute dinners. And let’s not forget about breakfast, a little egg and bacon and you’re set.

theballetblog:

Create mini pies to grab as a quick energy boosting snack for ballet

First, start with Bisquick baking mix, milk and eggs. This makes the base for all mini pies. Combine and start with a little less than at tablespoon in each greased muffin cup.

Next add your filling. Meat, veggies, cheese –whatever you can imagine. Add about ¼ cup of the mixture to each cup.

Finally, top it off with one more tablespoon of the Bisquick mixture.

Bake for 25-30 minutes then pop them out of the pan. Voilà! How easy is that?

Are you ready for the best part of all? Mini pies can be frozen! Seal them in freezer bags. Then just pop them in the microwave for meals on the go, after ballet snacks and last minute dinners. And let’s not forget about breakfast, a little egg and bacon and you’re set.

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thestylishone:

Letterpress by Ladyfingers Letterpress!
So excited that my girls from Whim Events are working with them this year! For more wedding paper fun, pay our board a visit: Pinterest.com/TheStylishOne/wedding-paper/

thestylishone:

Letterpress by Ladyfingers Letterpress!


So excited that my girls from Whim Events are working with them this year! For more wedding paper fun, pay our board a visit: Pinterest.com/TheStylishOne/wedding-paper/

— 1 year ago with 10 notes
savealotsolar:

DIY! 7 new stylish ways to de-clutter your beauty closet

savealotsolar:

DIY! 7 new stylish ways to de-clutter your beauty closet

— 1 year ago with 913 notes
craftjunkie:

Sweater Rug {How to}
Found at: homeworkshop

craftjunkie:

Sweater Rug {How to}

Found at: homeworkshop

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— 1 year ago with 120 notes

jessica-cph:

5 Minute Emergency Devil Horns

Because I’m guessing that there might be some other people out there like me who wait until Halloween morning to sort something out.

You need: crafting foam sheet or sturdy card, 4 hairpins, paper, scissors or scalpel.

Cut out a paper horn template, use it to trace 2 onto the foam/card, cut both out. Cut two small holes at the base of each and insert hairpins through them (use above picture for help on where to place them).

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— 1 year ago with 114 notes