First pick ur woodThe build an outline of how fat u wan& 39;t ur tree too beNow build ur wall and sorry about the Sara thing over thereNow do ur floorMake a little place for ur doorMake ur roomsNow at this part I was creative and I made a little roomNow make ur roofHere are some extra picturesThe creator of this guide has not included toolsSup people,chomping Dino here and just saying please keep following tell me guides soo yeah.
Cut hole in back of the rabbit.Put layer of bark or pebbles in bottom for drainage.Fill with potting soil.Plant succulentsReady for spring decorating!
If you& 39;ve frozen mango and banana in small pieces previously, it& 39;s ideal. Otherwise it& 39;ll be necessary to add a bit of crushed ice to the mixture.Put all ingredients in a blender: mango, banana, yogurt, orange juice and a few drops of vanilla extract. If necessary, add crushed ice.Mix everything until it& 39;s smooth.
Cover the entire background with silver embossing paste and allow to dry (don& 39;t worry about getting a smooth coverage).Colour some crackled embossing paste with Potting Soil Archival Reinker and apply it over the silver base through a brick stencil. Once again, allow to dry and crack.Blend brown and grey Archival Inks randomly over the pasted surface using a blending tool, leaving some of the base coloured paste exposed.
Get all of the ingredients and equipment together.Put 1 large egg in the sock. Put the egg in the center of the sock. Then, using the string or rubber bands, tie the sock at each of the ends of the egg.To scramble, you will hold each end of the sock and swing it like a jump rope towards you until it can no longer be spun.
Add 1 1/2 cups of all purpose flourAdd 1/4 of a teaspoon of yeast and mix the two ingredients togetherAdd 2 teaspoons of brown sugar and mix it in with the previous ingredientsAdd 1 cup of water set at room temperatureCompletely mix the mixture and continue to pound out on wooden board.Add 1 teaspoon of olive oil to the mixed doughBase the pan with 1 teaspoon of olive oil.
Pre-Heat your Oven to 375 degrees farenheit. While the oven heats up, you can begin working on the batter for your bread.Grease the BOTTOM ONLY of your 9& 34;x5& 34; or 8& 34;x4& 34; loaf pan.Combine the water, vegetable oil, and two eggs with the mix. Continue to stir until the mix is moistenedPour your batter into the loaf pan and place it in the oven.
Apply 2 layers of white nail polishstart with putting randomly placed messy dots on your nailsadd another coloradd however many you& 39;d likeadd top coat and you& 39;re done!
Use white cardstock of 4.5& 34; x 5.5& 34;. Using the MFT die to cut a hole where u want the shaker to be.You get an inner square measuring 3& 34; x 3& 34;Use a regular square die that is slightly smaller at 2.5& 34; to cut the borderThis is what you get.Cut another white cardstock measuring 3& 34; x 3& 34; to stamp the imageCut an acetate measuring 3& 34; x 3& 34;Finish colouring the stamped image.
For each banana, use 1/4 cup of simple syrup. Pour into a heavy pot and use moderate heat to boil the syrup. Carefully swirl the mixture every few minutes. Be very careful as it gets very, very hot.Meanwhile, have some sesame seeds ready and slice the bananas. Arrange the slices on parchment paper or a silicone mat.
Gather all necessary ingredients.Chop the onions.Mince the garlic.Cut the chicken breasts into small pieces. Cook on medium heat until outsides look brown and slightly crispy.Prepare 3 cups of uncooked rice using the instructions provided on the box.Cook sesame oil over medium heat.Once the sesame oil heats up, place the onions, peas, and garlic in the pan.
Obtain a pair of jeans, scissors, and a needle.Using the scissors, make horizontal cuts along the jeans where the distress is desired.Make a couple more cuts(if desired).Turn the jeans inside out and locate where the cuts were made.Using the needle( safety pin), pull out the horizontal strands, one by one if needed.