1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper  3. Cut them out  4. Place in frame by adriana
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adriana 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame. by shauna
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shauna 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame.
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame by barbm
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barbm 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame by nora
nora
nora 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame by meire.Art
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meire.Art 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper  3. Cut them out  4. Place in frame  5. Voila! by audrey
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audrey 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame 5. Voila!
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1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame 5. Voila! GREAT idea!!! by memaw72054
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memaw72054 1. Google any silhouette 2. Print on colored paper 3. Cut them out 4. Place in frame 5. Voila! GREAT idea!!!
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Weight Watchers baked banana chips: 1. Cut the bananas into thin slices. 2. Coat the slices in lemon juice. 3. Place the banana slices on parchment paper and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees F, turning every half hour and watching out for burning. 4. Remove them when they are crispy; let them cool cool, and store them in an airtight container. by maricela
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maricela Weight Watchers baked banana chips: 1. Cut the bananas into thin slices. 2. Coat the slices in lemon juice. 3. Place the banana slices on parchment paper and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees F, turning every half hour and watching out for burning. 4. Remove them when they are crispy; let them cool cool, and store them in an airtight container.
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Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art.  Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size)  Colored papers, for "clothing"  Matte knife,   Zip ties,   Broom handle,   Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional,   Bandanna, optional,   Gloves, optional,   Belt buckle, optional,   Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities.  3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a:  Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor)  Saloon (first floor and second floor)  Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor)  Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients:   Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com)  Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com)  Directions:   Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse." by BKovats
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BKovats Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art. Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size) Colored papers, for "clothing" Matte knife, Zip ties, Broom handle, Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional, Bandanna, optional, Gloves, optional, Belt buckle, optional, Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities. 3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a: Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor) Saloon (first floor and second floor) Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor) Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients: Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com) Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com) Directions: Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse."
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I like this technique, not just for Christmas: Cut up pieces of colored tissue paper. Glue them onto a sheet of white paper.  2. Cut this sheet of paper into triangles to make the trees.  3. Paint another sheet of paper with three stripes of watercolor.  4. After the watercolor has dried, glue the trees onto this paper.  5. With marker draw branches and grass.  6. Use a paper punch to cut out white snow. by Asmodel
Asmodel
Asmodel I like this technique, not just for Christmas: Cut up pieces of colored tissue paper. Glue them onto a sheet of white paper. 2. Cut this sheet of paper into triangles to make the trees. 3. Paint another sheet of paper with three stripes of watercolor. 4. After the watercolor has dried, glue the trees onto this paper. 5. With marker draw branches and grass. 6. Use a paper punch to cut out white snow.
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Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again.  Frame.  So by john
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john Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So
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Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So simple and cute! by l!sa
l!sa
l!sa Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So simple and cute!
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1) spread whipped cream on a cookie sheet 2) put in freezer 3) cut out hearts with cookie cutter 4) place in hot chocolate by shauna
shauna
shauna 1) spread whipped cream on a cookie sheet 2) put in freezer 3) cut out hearts with cookie cutter 4) place in hot chocolate
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STEP 1:  Cut card to 51/2 inches by 41/4 inches.  STEP 2:  Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 3/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches and adhere to the card fold edge.  STEP 3:  Tie a ribbon around the card where the patterned paper and the white part of the card meet.  STEP 4:  Using sage ink, stamp one image on your card and one onto a scrap piece of white cardstock.  STEP 5:  Cut out a few of the images on your scrap piece and adhere them on top of the ones stamped directly onto your card with 3D adhesiv... by emilia
emilia
emilia STEP 1: Cut card to 51/2 inches by 41/4 inches. STEP 2: Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 3/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches and adhere to the card fold edge. STEP 3: Tie a ribbon around the card where the patterned paper and the white part of the card meet. STEP 4: Using sage ink, stamp one image on your card and one onto a scrap piece of white cardstock. STEP 5: Cut out a few of the images on your scrap piece and adhere them on top of the ones stamped directly onto your card with 3D adhesiv...
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Handprint and toilet paper roll turkey 1. painted a toilet paper roll with some brown paint 2. Then, using a brown paper bag, I printed several handprints with different colors of paint. 3. fanned out the handprints and glue them together. 4. Then I glued on the body of the turkey (the toilet paper roll). And added google eyes and a beak by janette
janette
janette Handprint and toilet paper roll turkey 1. painted a toilet paper roll with some brown paint 2. Then, using a brown paper bag, I printed several handprints with different colors of paint. 3. fanned out the handprints and glue them together. 4. Then I glued on the body of the turkey (the toilet paper roll). And added google eyes and a beak
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np-DIY Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil Tutorial    Here's what you do.  1. Find a Moroccan-ish shape you like online and print it out whatever size you want (Google images is a good place to go).  The larger you go... the less work it is.  I had to tile mine onto 4 sheets of paper, then tape them together.  Don't worry about the design being all blurry if by Kardemon
Kardemon
Kardemon np-DIY Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil Tutorial Here's what you do. 1. Find a Moroccan-ish shape you like online and print it out whatever size you want (Google images is a good place to go). The larger you go... the less work it is. I had to tile mine onto 4 sheets of paper, then tape them together. Don't worry about the design being all blurry if
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Materials- leaf template;scissors;cardstock;pencil;old book, pages removed;craft glue;24 gauge floral wire,cut to 5 in lengths;pressed real leaves;20 gauge floral wire;brown floral tape;1/8 in tan quilling paper;acorn caps;hot glue gun & glue sticks;ribbon for bow.   Step 1- print leaf template on cardstock & cut out. Trace the leaf shape on a page from the book; roughly trim the paper around the leaf shape. Step 2- apply craft glue to the back of the leaf shape. Place a 5 in length of wire on a 2nd page from the book, then place the leaf shape glue side down over it, sandwiching the wire between the papers. The wire should be centered on the stem of the leaf & half the wire emerging from the stem. Allow glue to dry, then carefully cut out the leaf shape with scissors. Repeat to make 45-50 leaves. Step 3- bundle 3-5 leaves & twist the wires together (you can add wires to real pressed leaves & incorporate them in the paper leaf bundles if desired) Step 4- to make a wreath form cut a 47 in lenth of 20 gauge wire, fold in half & twist. Shape twisted wire into a horseshoe then wrap with brown floral tape. Step 5- Starting @ 1 end of the wreath form & working toward middle attach bundles of leaves with floral tape, repeat for other side. Step 6- to make acorns, tightly roll 1/8 in quilling paper into a flat disk. Use thumb to push the center of the disk outward, forming into a cup shape. Rub the inside with craft glue to secure the shape. Apply hot glue to the inside of the quilled cup & adhere to an acorn cap. Use hot glue to attach acorns to wreath. Step 7- tie bow on the top center of wreath by annothergirl13
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annothergirl13 Materials- leaf template;scissors;cardstock;pencil;old book, pages removed;craft glue;24 gauge floral wire,cut to 5 in lengths;pressed real leaves;20 gauge floral wire;brown floral tape;1/8 in tan quilling paper;acorn caps;hot glue gun & glue sticks;ribbon for bow. Step 1- print leaf template on cardstock & cut out. Trace the leaf shape on a page from the book; roughly trim the paper around the leaf shape. Step 2- apply craft glue to the back of the leaf shape. Place a 5 in length of wire on a 2nd page from the book, then place the leaf shape glue side down over it, sandwiching the wire between the papers. The wire should be centered on the stem of the leaf & half the wire emerging from the stem. Allow glue to dry, then carefully cut out the leaf shape with scissors. Repeat to make 45-50 leaves. Step 3- bundle 3-5 leaves & twist the wires together (you can add wires to real pressed leaves & incorporate them in the paper leaf bundles if desired) Step 4- to make a wreath form cut a 47 in lenth of 20 gauge wire, fold in half & twist. Shape twisted wire into a horseshoe then wrap with brown floral tape. Step 5- Starting @ 1 end of the wreath form & working toward middle attach bundles of leaves with floral tape, repeat for other side. Step 6- to make acorns, tightly roll 1/8 in quilling paper into a flat disk. Use thumb to push the center of the disk outward, forming into a cup shape. Rub the inside with craft glue to secure the shape. Apply hot glue to the inside of the quilled cup & adhere to an acorn cap. Use hot glue to attach acorns to wreath. Step 7- tie bow on the top center of wreath
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These are the best finger food ever!!! greenbean bundles  these are carlee's favorite!   this is my adapted recipe and i always double it and they eat them all!  3 cans whole green beans, drained  1 pound bacon, cut in half   1/2 cup butter, melted  1 cup brown sugar  1 teaspoon garlic salt   Preheat oven to 350 degrees Line a 9x13 pan with foil.    combine sugar, butter and garlic salt and set aside.  cut bacon slices in 1/2 lay out on cutting board place 4-6 green beans on each 1/2 slice an... by aileen
aileen
aileen These are the best finger food ever!!! greenbean bundles these are carlee's favorite! this is my adapted recipe and i always double it and they eat them all! 3 cans whole green beans, drained 1 pound bacon, cut in half 1/2 cup butter, melted 1 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon garlic salt Preheat oven to 350 degrees Line a 9x13 pan with foil. combine sugar, butter and garlic salt and set aside. cut bacon slices in 1/2 lay out on cutting board place 4-6 green beans on each 1/2 slice an...
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POPCORN WRITING: 1) Copy random pictures on white paper. 2) Copy parts of speech on yellow paper. 3) Cut out words and pics. 4) Toss them into a bowl or popcorn container.  You have just created an attention-getting writing center. That’s it. Try it. Your kids will love it. (Make your own or purchase a pre-made set for $3.) by bonita
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bonita POPCORN WRITING: 1) Copy random pictures on white paper. 2) Copy parts of speech on yellow paper. 3) Cut out words and pics. 4) Toss them into a bowl or popcorn container. You have just created an attention-getting writing center. That’s it. Try it. Your kids will love it. (Make your own or purchase a pre-made set for $3.)
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Google images of "_____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. by john
john
john Google images of "_____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again.
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Directions:  1. White Base Color  2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail.  3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick.  4. Apply topcoat.  5. Voila! by kim
kim
kim Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick. 4. Apply topcoat. 5. Voila!
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Pulled Pork Recipe    2 1/2-3 lb pork butt (also known as a pork shoulder)  24 oz. (2 cans) Dr. Pepper (or any caramel colored soda pop, each will provide a slightly different flavor)  1 medium onion, cut in quarters and then again in half  2 garlic cloves, minced  1 1/2 teaspoons dry ground mustard  1/4-1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (depending on personal taste.)  Salt and freshly ground black pepper  1/4 cup apple cider vinegar  3 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce  bbq sauce of choice by beulah
beulah
beulah Pulled Pork Recipe 2 1/2-3 lb pork butt (also known as a pork shoulder) 24 oz. (2 cans) Dr. Pepper (or any caramel colored soda pop, each will provide a slightly different flavor) 1 medium onion, cut in quarters and then again in half 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 1/2 teaspoons dry ground mustard 1/4-1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (depending on personal taste.) Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 3 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce bbq sauce of choice
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I know I've pinned this before, but I seriously LOVE it!!}  1) IKEA Trofast storage system, 2) colored carstock labels glued on with Mod Podge {Doctor Soos Bold font, cut with a Silhouette}, 3) IKEA shelves, 4) blue document boxes from Walmart by jose reyes
jose reyes
jose reyes I know I've pinned this before, but I seriously LOVE it!!} 1) IKEA Trofast storage system, 2) colored carstock labels glued on with Mod Podge {Doctor Soos Bold font, cut with a Silhouette}, 3) IKEA shelves, 4) blue document boxes from Walmart
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Directions:  1. White Base Color  2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail.  3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick.  4. Apply topcoat.  5. Voila! by lilbittyhoohoo13
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lilbittyhoohoo13 Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick. 4. Apply topcoat. 5. Voila!
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Directions:  1. White Base Color  2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail.  3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick.  4. Apply topcoat.  5. Voila! by Kaiah
Kaiah
Kaiah Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick. 4. Apply topcoat. 5. Voila!
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JELLO slices! 1) cut the orange in half, 2) scoop out the insides, 3) fill the orange peel with jello, 4) after it sets, cut the orange by almajflores
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almajflores JELLO slices! 1) cut the orange in half, 2) scoop out the insides, 3) fill the orange peel with jello, 4) after it sets, cut the orange
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Directions:    1. Paint nails with light polish.    2. Apply varnish.    3. Put alcohol in a small glass.     4. Cut small pieces of paper by HONGRY BOWB
HONGRY BOWB
HONGRY BOWB Directions: 1. Paint nails with light polish. 2. Apply varnish. 3. Put alcohol in a small glass. 4. Cut small pieces of paper
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Here is a recipe I found from Mommy Makes@ share.food.com/...:    4 cups flour  1 cup salt  1 1/2 cups water  Directions:  1. Combine ingredients and knead dough for 15 to 20 minutes.  2. Roll dough out and cut around hand or cut circles out for making hand imprints. Use cookie cutters for ornaments or gift tags. If necessary, slightly dampen pieces to make them stick together.  3. Make a small hole for the hanger by lorene
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lorene Here is a recipe I found from Mommy Makes@ share.food.com/...: 4 cups flour 1 cup salt 1 1/2 cups water Directions: 1. Combine ingredients and knead dough for 15 to 20 minutes. 2. Roll dough out and cut around hand or cut circles out for making hand imprints. Use cookie cutters for ornaments or gift tags. If necessary, slightly dampen pieces to make them stick together. 3. Make a small hole for the hanger
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Baked Doughnuts    Makes: About 15 doughnuts (& donut holes)    For the Dough  3/4 cups Warm Milk  1 packet Active Dry Yeast  1 tbsp. Unsalted Butter  1/3 cup Sugar  1 Egg  2 ½ cup All Purpose Flour  Pinch of Nutmeg  ½ tsp. Salt    For the Glaze  * Enough to glaze all the doughnuts  ¼ cup Milk  1 tsp. Pure Vanilla Extract  2 cups Confectioners Sugar    For the Cinnamon Sugar Topping  *Enough to cover all of the doughnuts  ½ cup Unsalted Butter  1 cup Sugar  1 tbsp. Cinnamon     To make the dough, place ¼ cups of the warm milk in the bowl of a stand mixer.  Sprinkle the yeast over the milk.  Let sit for 5 minutes.    In a small bowl, combine the remaining ½ cup of milk with the sugar and butter.  Add it to the yeast mixture.  Stir to combine.  Add the egg and stir until incorporated.  Add the flour, nutmeg, and salt and stir until the dough starts to form.  Change to the dough hook and knead for until the dough starts to become smooth.  If the dough is too sticky, slowly add more flour until it is no longer sticky.      Transfer to the dough to a lightly floured surface and knead for 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic and has formed a ball.  Place the dough ball in a large lightly greased bowl, and cover with plastic wrap.  Let sit in a warm place for about 1 hour, until doubled in size.      Once the dough has risen, roll it out on a lightly floured surface until ½ thick.  Using a doughnut cutter (if you don’t have a doughnut cutter, you can use 2 biscuit cutters – 1 that is about 3 inches, and the other that is about 2 inches for the inner circle) cut out the doughnuts until you have no dough left.  If desired you can gather up the scraps into a ball and roll it out and cut out more doughnuts.  I prefer not too because I feel the dough becomes too tough.    Place the doughnuts on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper, about 2 inches apart.  Cover with a clean towel and let sit for about 45 minutes.    Preheat the oven 375 degrees F.      Place the baking sheets in the oven and bake for 7 minutes, until lightly golden brown.  Be careful to not overbake these.  You want them to be light and doughy inside.  Let the doughnuts cool for about 5 minutes until ready to top with either the glaze or cinnamon sugar topping    While the doughnuts are cooling make the glaze and/or cinnamon sugar glaze.  Each recipe makes enough to cover all the doughnuts.  I made a half recipe of each and topped half of the doughnuts with each topping.  Or you can choose to just do one of topping for all the doughnuts.      To make the glaze, combine the milk and the vanilla in a small saucepan.  Heat over low heat until just warmed.  Slowly add in the confectioners sugar and whisk until the mixture is smooth.  Remove the glaze from the heat and place over a bowl of warm water.    To glaze the doughnuts, dip them halfway into the glaze and place on a draining/cooling rack set over a baking sheet.  Sprinkle with sprinkles if desired.  Let set for about 10 minutes.    To make the cinnamon sugar topping, melt the butter in a saucepan or a microwave, and place in a small bowl.  Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl.      To top the doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, dip the halfway into the melted butter.  Then dip them into the cinnamon-sugar mixture.  Set on a draining/cooling rack to set, about 5 minutes.    Serve and enjoy :)!    Baked Doughnuts recipe from 101 Cookbooks.  Glaze recipe from Alton Brown.    *Printed from Krissy’s Creations by janis
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janis Baked Doughnuts Makes: About 15 doughnuts (& donut holes) For the Dough 3/4 cups Warm Milk 1 packet Active Dry Yeast 1 tbsp. Unsalted Butter 1/3 cup Sugar 1 Egg 2 ½ cup All Purpose Flour Pinch of Nutmeg ½ tsp. Salt For the Glaze * Enough to glaze all the doughnuts ¼ cup Milk 1 tsp. Pure Vanilla Extract 2 cups Confectioners Sugar For the Cinnamon Sugar Topping *Enough to cover all of the doughnuts ½ cup Unsalted Butter 1 cup Sugar 1 tbsp. Cinnamon To make the dough, place ¼ cups of the warm milk in the bowl of a stand mixer. Sprinkle the yeast over the milk. Let sit for 5 minutes. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ½ cup of milk with the sugar and butter. Add it to the yeast mixture. Stir to combine. Add the egg and stir until incorporated. Add the flour, nutmeg, and salt and stir until the dough starts to form. Change to the dough hook and knead for until the dough starts to become smooth. If the dough is too sticky, slowly add more flour until it is no longer sticky. Transfer to the dough to a lightly floured surface and knead for 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic and has formed a ball. Place the dough ball in a large lightly greased bowl, and cover with plastic wrap. Let sit in a warm place for about 1 hour, until doubled in size. Once the dough has risen, roll it out on a lightly floured surface until ½ thick. Using a doughnut cutter (if you don’t have a doughnut cutter, you can use 2 biscuit cutters – 1 that is about 3 inches, and the other that is about 2 inches for the inner circle) cut out the doughnuts until you have no dough left. If desired you can gather up the scraps into a ball and roll it out and cut out more doughnuts. I prefer not too because I feel the dough becomes too tough. Place the doughnuts on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper, about 2 inches apart. Cover with a clean towel and let sit for about 45 minutes. Preheat the oven 375 degrees F. Place the baking sheets in the oven and bake for 7 minutes, until lightly golden brown. Be careful to not overbake these. You want them to be light and doughy inside. Let the doughnuts cool for about 5 minutes until ready to top with either the glaze or cinnamon sugar topping While the doughnuts are cooling make the glaze and/or cinnamon sugar glaze. Each recipe makes enough to cover all the doughnuts. I made a half recipe of each and topped half of the doughnuts with each topping. Or you can choose to just do one of topping for all the doughnuts. To make the glaze, combine the milk and the vanilla in a small saucepan. Heat over low heat until just warmed. Slowly add in the confectioners sugar and whisk until the mixture is smooth. Remove the glaze from the heat and place over a bowl of warm water. To glaze the doughnuts, dip them halfway into the glaze and place on a draining/cooling rack set over a baking sheet. Sprinkle with sprinkles if desired. Let set for about 10 minutes. To make the cinnamon sugar topping, melt the butter in a saucepan or a microwave, and place in a small bowl. Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl. To top the doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, dip the halfway into the melted butter. Then dip them into the cinnamon-sugar mixture. Set on a draining/cooling rack to set, about 5 minutes. Serve and enjoy :)! Baked Doughnuts recipe from 101 Cookbooks. Glaze recipe from Alton Brown. *Printed from Krissy’s Creations
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Multiply your store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets.  Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket. by loinely
loinely
loinely Multiply your store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket.
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Directions:  1. White Base Color  2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail.  3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a by SeanPlusShea
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SeanPlusShea Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a
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