Triple Threat Cupcakes - contains an oreo as the crust, cookie dough as the filling, and brownies in the frosting.
Here’s the recipe!
Huevito Mickey Mouse ❤ Check craftmemaybe.tumblr.com for the step by step. #tumblr #eggs #breakfast #diy #food (Taken with Instagram)
My best friend went to Disneyland for her senior trip and bought me back this cute little cookie cutter, actually “sandwich cutter”. Today I found it in my room and was hit by a wave of nostalgia. When I was little my mom used to make eggs in a basket, BUT with a small twist. She would cut out Mickey Mouse’s outline instead of a plain old boring circle. Eggs in a basket, hole in one, whatever - it’s always been Huevito Mickey Mouse to me.
What you’ll need:
- 1 egg
- 1 piece of bread
- pan & spatula
- Butter that muffin up and use your cookie cutter to cut into your piece of bread
- Butter your pan and place your bread inside
- Crack your egg and salt it to your liking
- As your egg cooks, use your spatula to dig into the egg white - this will help cook your egg and reduce the yucky slimy whites when it comes ready to nom nom
- Scariest part - but not really - FLIP IT. Salt to your liking
- YER DUN
This is so easy & fast to make! ~10 min? Probably less.
EAT & BE MERRY
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Learn how to make a (much nicer) #hairbow on craftmemaybe.tumblr.com - courtesy of my lovely partner, @carlaathecat
C’s tutorial literally takes 3 minutes to go through. Look at my cute bow! Okay, maybe it’s not that cute, but practice makes perfect!
How to: Stitch
I realized the past two projects I’ve posted about have involved stitching, yet I never really went into details about it. Well, it’s easy, and it can be used to decorate anything from cardstock to felt!
What you’ll need:
- felt (or whatever you are going to be stitching)
- thread - I use the one kids use to make friendship bracelets, it’s thick and will make your stitching look quite cute!
- Insert your choice of color thread into the needle and make a simple knot at the end
- If you need to, outline what you want to stich out on your material - in a light color. If you are stitching a dark color material, I recommend using chalk.
- I like to use short stitches, as you have seen from my previous posts, but you can mix it up or make your stitches longer. You decide!
- Once you’re finished stitching your outline, knot it at the end - it is easier if you knot it while you still have the needle on. Sometimes the string isn’t long enough to do this, but it’s not a big deal..
- You’re finished!
It’s Sunday! Go and create something beautiful!
I’m always searching for ways to spice up any outfit, whether it be with accessories or hairstyles. Which is why I was ecstatic when this little bow was floating around the internet. It’s a great little way to add a sweet girly touch to any outfit. :3
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
• hair elastics
• blow dryer
• anti-frizz serum
• bobby pins (that match your hair color)
1. Make sure your hair is completely dry whether you let it air dry or you decide to blow dry it.
2. Brush out any tangles in your hair using a regular paddle brush.
3. Apply a SMALL* amount of anti-frizz serum in your hair.
4. Begin to gather your hair into a ponytail on the TOP OF YOUR HEAD (trust me, this hairstyle does not look good unless it is on top of your head!)
5. BEFORE wrapping an elastic around the ponytail, spritz your hair with hairspray and smooth it out with a porcupine brush or comb. This will prevent an excess of flyaways.
6. Begin to wrap the elastic tightly around the ponytail. On the last wrapping, leave some extra hair out of the elastic facing the FRONT of your head (not too much; just enough to wrap back) You should now be left with a semi-bun.
7. Separate the bun in half using your fingers.
-During this step, if you find that the halves are too small you can puff them up by using your hands to stretch them.
8. Grab the chunk of hair that was left out of the elastic and wrap back over in between the two parts of the bun and bobby pin down crisscrossing the bobby pins to secure the hair.
9. YOU’RE DONE!
Ps. You might struggle a bit with the last step if you have layered hair. In this case, just smooth out the extra chunk by spritzing it with hairspray and running your porcupine brush through it.
A Little Bit of Sunshine
Yesterday, my aunt found out she has cancer. She was sitting in my kitchen calling her sister and daughters to tell them this. After a couple of minutes, I had to leave because I felt a knot in my throat and tears swelling up in my eyes. She didn’t cry, but you could tell she wanted to. Before leaving, my aunt came into my room and we both let loose. The funny part was, she was telling me everything was going to be okay..
I decided I wanted to make her something. Something that would make her smile and feel happy. So, I made this, hoping it would add a little brightness to her life and let her know that everything really is going to be okay.
Make something for a loved one. Show them you care. Show them you’re thinking about them. That’s one of the best gifts you can give someone :)