1Preheat oven to 180 celcius Combine all the dry ingredients- flour, cocoa powder and baking soda in a bowl. In a pouring jug, Combing the buttermilk and the red food colouring along with the vinegar.2Cream the butter and the sugar for 3-4 minutes until fluffy. Add the eggs and vanilla extract all together.
1First thing you have to do figure out what you want o be on the shirt.2I choose I picture of myself.3I then made a stencil on my iPad, then I transferred my design to a piece of paper.4After it was on the paper I cut it out on a kinda thick piece o plastic.5Then the stencil goes on the screen add a spoonful of speedball printing ink.
1Always add the boundaries/outlines first in geometric designs to define the boxes that need to b coloured..2Start filling in the boxes..geometric designs look great if you use bright colours..people cannot stop looking!!! Seriously!!!3Now keep filling the rest of them..try staying inside the box to make it look neat.
1Prepare ingredients2Find an empty space to work in or empty a surface area3Prepare the the paper cases and then leave to a side.4You will also need a mixer5Place the 60 g of butter in the mixer6Then add the caster sugar along with the butter and beat until well combined on medium speed.7Turn mixer on high , then gradually add the egg and beat until well mixed.
1First of all apply a base coat to protect and strengthen your nails2When dry apply black nail varnish to your nails, you can use two coats if you like but I use one34Get your pink nail varnish and a cotton bud5Use the brush from the varnish to lightly wet the cotton bud, you don& 39;t want it to be soaked6Dab the bud on something (I use the nail varnish lid hehe) to get off any excess varnish7Dab the cotton bud in a diagonal line along your nail8Then get your yellow varnish, use the same cotton but just the other end so as not to waste them.
1Oil2Flour3Sugar can use either the brown sugar or the caster sugar. I prefer brown but use caster when I haven& 39;t got it in. The quantities vary slightly due to sweetness4Baking powder5Walnuts for topping6Your choice whether to use these7These are a must!!!8Set oven to gas mark 49Use a hand blender to quickly mix the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, brown or caster sugar.
1Get you shirt mine is a Hanes men l size undershirt that I tie dyed2Measure your shirt to where you belly button is I like it a little below my belly button mark a dot NOT A LINE I made that mistake and now there is a lin still showing so just a little tiny dot3Sorry for my breathing I have a bad cold but lay it out nice and flat as much as you can45Again excuse my breathing6Place your heavy thing on the dot to make it straight and hold down the shirt so you don make many mistakes7Cut about and inch to half and inch pieces carefully I did mon quick but they didn& 39;t turn out as nice as when I did it slowly8Move the binder as you cut so the shirt is held down910Cut the collar at the line11keyboard shortcuts: previous step next stepFollow my twitter or instagram @naomiroset
1This is not my recipe. The bread comes out very good.2Gather all your ingredients3Put the warm water and sugar in a big bowl. A salad bowl works for me.4Add your yeast.5Mix the yeast with the warm water and sugar. You can add more sugar, is up to you. I use chopstick to mix.6Let the yeast rest for 5 to 10 minutes.
1Paint nails with base coat & flip through your newspaper to find your comics!23Paint your nails white. This will help the comic really stand out4Cut your strips to fit your nails.5Make sure you have 10!! It& 39;s a good idea to have a few more cut out just incase you have any problems later! You& 39;ll have a spare comic to save the day6Pour some rubbing alcohol into a little container.
1Ingredients:2345Preparation:6Roughly chop your parsley.7Add the parsley to your food processor. If you have time, the results tend to be better if you hand dice your ingredients.. But I& 39;m short on time today.8The observant reader will notice I have used a mixture of parsley types; normal parsley and also continental.
1Have all your supplies ready! Clean the back of your phone cover with paper tissue!2Lay out the crystals or beads you want to use! The ones I used are AB Swarovski Flat Backed Crystals.3Add a little glue to a scrap piece of card ( I used an old birthday card!)4Using your tweezers, dip the crystal lightly into the glue!
1Peel the apples, cut into pieces 1/2 cm thick, discard the apple cores2Add the apples to a baking dish, sprinkle with lemon juice and a touch of sugar, then shake gently to ensure the lemon juice coats the apple pieces.3Add the flour, sugar and Flora Cuisine into a bowl...4Mix by hand...5...until the crumble mixture forms.
1Use a knife to cut open the bulb. Cut as close as possible to the black center2Be very careful!! Remove the loose part. Its a wire inside, so You have to pull a bit hard, but dont squeeze the bulb!!!34See the glass sticking out? We are now going to break glass. Peaces of glass may break loose from inside, so be careful5Ok.
1I used garlic powder and hot chili pepper. If I had fresh garlic I would have used that! Turn your oven to 400& 39;F2Clean potatoes and then cut them in half.3Score the potatoes in a cross pattern. Try not to cut all the way through the skin. I score about 4-5 lines one way then the same the other way.
1Prepare all the ingredients2Cut the potato in pieces and preheat oven to 200C degrees3Spread the oil with a piece of potato over the tray4Cover the tray with the rest of pieces and season with salt or whatever you want. Put inside the oven for 8& 39;5While you can cut the onion and pepper6After the 8& 39; cooking the potatoes, put the onion and pepper for 8& 39; more.
1Place ground beef into a big bowl2Add the onion3Add half cup of Panko4Then add remaining spices and egg.5Moosh the mixtue together till thoroughly blended.6Heat fry pan or skillet to med heat. Fry golf ball sized meatballs on all sides till lighty browned. Once browned, set aside in baking dish.7Once all meatballs are browned, place baking dish in oven @ 400C for 15-20 minutes.
1Put on low heat two and a half cups of water.2In your vessel, give your rice a quick rinse one or two times, draining the water after each rinse.3Take your cinnamon stick...4And crumble it into the rice, this will allow it to steep better.5When your water is just starting to bubble take it off the heat and prepare to pour it into your vessel.
1Assemble supplies.2Tear paper into pieces the size of a nickel. Use paper that is similar weight and color. Soak the paper in water overnight. This is a photo of the paper soaking.3Add soaked paper to a blender. Blend on high speed, occasionally stirring (once the blender stops) with the handle of a wooden spoon.
1All quantities will depend on the size of your pyrex or ovenproof dish. If you own a middle size pyrex, use 6 eggs and 3/4 lt of milk.2Break your eggs. Put eggwhites in a bowl and eggyolks in a cup (we& 39;ll use them later)3Before whisking the eggwhites, put the milk in a small pot and heat it. Don& 39;t let it boil, though, it should be hot enough after one minute.
1This guide shows you the crucial factors to consider when shooting video on a DSLR camera. I will be using a Canon 5d mark II but the process is the same for most cameras.2First, make sure you use a tripod or steadycam to stabilize your camera. Your shots will look much more professional. I forgot my tripod so I am improvising with a tissue box.