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Speak Your Gut   Eat all the things, maybe just a little less.

As if the kitchen wasn’t already my favorite room in our house, I made and designed these honeycomb shelves to seal the deal!! 

I absolutely love them, and although they were hard work, I’m considering making more to sell. What do you guys think??

As if the kitchen wasn’t already my favorite room in our house, I made and designed these honeycomb shelves to seal the deal!!

I absolutely love them, and although they were hard work, I’m considering making more to sell. What do you guys think??

— 1 year ago with 22 notes
#kitchen  #design  #interior  #interior design  #honeycomb  #wood  #natural  #handmade  #diy 
Vodka party for one = DIY clutch/bestie birthday gift.

Go drunk me!!

Vodka party for one = DIY clutch/bestie birthday gift.

Go drunk me!!

— 1 year ago with 7 notes
#vodka  #cocktails  #diy  #fashion  #purse  #gifts 
Giving new life to burnt out light bulbs from work.

Giving new life to burnt out light bulbs from work.

— 2 years ago with 15 notes
#reuse  #succulents  #diy  #upcycle  #crafts  #forkedit 
DIY “watering can” — made from a plastic jug
This photo showing small openings made by pushing a hot needle into the top of a plastic container is making the rounds on Pinterest.
For how-to / DIY details, see A journey to a dream blog.
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I love this idea for babying plants through the summer!

DIY “watering can” — made from a plastic jug

This photo showing small openings made by pushing a hot needle into the top of a plastic container is making the rounds on Pinterest.

For how-to / DIY details, see A journey to a dream blog.

I love this idea for babying plants through the summer!

(via unconsumption)

— 2 years ago with 1240 notes
#unconsumption  #diy  #gardening  #reduce  #reuse 
Better stamps to come as soon I stop being too lazy to go buy a better exacto knife.

Or as soon as I finish another bottle of wine. For the cork, of course.

Better stamps to come as soon I stop being too lazy to go buy a better exacto knife.

Or as soon as I finish another bottle of wine. For the cork, of course.

— 2 years ago with 8 notes
#repurpose  #wine corks  #diy  #crafts 

In more nerd cake news. Delicious nerd cake.
Via meganlives:via onegirlnodiet:

thecakebar:

Edgar Allan Poe Waldorf Astoria Red Velvet!
Yield: one 2 layer 8-9-inch cake            
This is amazing! Allan Poe fans stand up!!!! I wonder what other characters this bakery can make! ENJOY! (which one of you is going to try and make this? teehee…)                                                                   Cake:1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened1 1/2 cups granulated sugar2 large eggs1 teaspoon vanilla extract2 oz. liquid red food coloring2 tablespoons cocoa powder2 1/2 cups all purpose flour, sifted1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon salt1 cup buttermilk1 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon white vinegar
Design Instructions and Recipe Here!

In more nerd cake news. Delicious nerd cake.

Via meganlives:via onegirlnodiet:

thecakebar:

Edgar Allan Poe Waldorf Astoria Red Velvet!

Yield: one 2 layer 8-9-inch cake            

This is amazing! Allan Poe fans stand up!!!! I wonder what other characters this bakery can make! ENJOY! (which one of you is going to try and make this? teehee…)                                                                   

Cake:
1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 oz. liquid red food coloring
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour, sifted
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup buttermilk
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon white vinegar

Design Instructions and Recipe Here!

(via housingworksbookstore)

— 2 years ago with 1101 notes
#food  #edgar allan poe  #poetry  #writers  #writing  #cake  #cakes  #edgar allan poe cake  #custom cakes  #fav  #sprinklebakes  #poets  #legends  #red velvet  #red velvet cake  #DIY  #recipes  #recipe  #baking 
Reblogged from hipsterfood:

make your own almond milk
like cashew cheese, this turned out to be a lot easier than i expected.
in your blender, put in 1 cups soaked and rinsed almonds, along with three cups of water. (three cups of water will make a very creamy milk, if you want it thinner, add another 1/2 cup of water.) blend on high for about five minutes.

set up your receptacle: bowl-metal strainer-cheesecloth. pour the liquid into the cheesecloth in small amounts, however much will fit into the cloth without it spilling out.

create a little satchel with the cloth and squeeze all of the milk out, until you can’t get any more out of it. this process is very relaxing :)
once the satchel is dry, dump the dried, excess almond meal into a bowl, where you can use it later! (for pies, cookies, etc.) the meal should look like this:

just keep refilling the cheesecloth and squeezing it out into the bowl. once you’re all done, stir in 2 tsp salt and 2 tbsp agave (or other sweetener of your choosing) and pour the finished milk into a resealable container. keep in your fridge for up to a week.
to make a full pitcher of this, double the above recipe (so use 2 cups almonds and 6 cups water.)
you could do lots of things with this milk, you could make chocolate milk, cinnamon milk, vanilla milk, heavy “cream”, macadamia milk, cashew milk, and more. experiment and have fun :)

Reblogged from hipsterfood:

make your own almond milk

like cashew cheese, this turned out to be a lot easier than i expected.

in your blender, put in 1 cups soaked and rinsed almonds, along with three cups of water. (three cups of water will make a very creamy milk, if you want it thinner, add another 1/2 cup of water.) blend on high for about five minutes.

set up your receptacle: bowl-metal strainer-cheesecloth. pour the liquid into the cheesecloth in small amounts, however much will fit into the cloth without it spilling out.

create a little satchel with the cloth and squeeze all of the milk out, until you can’t get any more out of it. this process is very relaxing :)

once the satchel is dry, dump the dried, excess almond meal into a bowl, where you can use it later! (for pies, cookies, etc.) the meal should look like this:

just keep refilling the cheesecloth and squeezing it out into the bowl. once you’re all done, stir in 2 tsp salt and 2 tbsp agave (or other sweetener of your choosing) and pour the finished milk into a resealable container. keep in your fridge for up to a week.

to make a full pitcher of this, double the above recipe (so use 2 cups almonds and 6 cups water.)

you could do lots of things with this milk, you could make chocolate milk, cinnamon milk, vanilla milk, heavy “cream”, macadamia milk, cashew milk, and more. experiment and have fun :)

(via veganfeast)

— 2 years ago with 399 notes
#reblog  #almond milk  #DIY