March 22, 2012

Pinteresting Finds

So here's the new thing I'm doing so I can remember how all of the things I've actually tried from Pinterest turned out. I've hated some, loved some, will never be trying some again, and have been making some of them nonstop!

Here's the first edition! 
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 I've been eating this stuff a lot! The first time I tried it, it turned out a little bland. So the next time I added more peanut butter and cinnamon and it was great. It's been taking place of a lot of my meals!

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 We made this for our sensory table at preschool a few weeks ago. It's just liquid starch, water, and glue and it was so much fun! Even the teachers were loving it!  

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I made a version of this wreath for Christmas and used a Styrofoam wreath from Hobby Lobby. I hung it on the door and it broke within a week! But it was cute while it lasted! Mine looked like the second picture...next time I won't be hanging it with yarn! 

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I've been hearing about quinoa a lot and just haven't been brave enough to try it. I finally worked up the courage and it was awesome. These were really easy, despite the quinoa being the weirdest stuff I've ever seen! Next time, I would definitely add more onions and peppers to give it more of a kick. 

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There's nothing wrong with this smoothie. It's awesome, and a great breakfast!

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 This one is genius. I used to use a bowl for bracelets. They would all get tangled and I could never find anything. I just bought a cheap $1 paper towel holder from Target and set it on my bathroom counter. The only problem with this thing is that I usually have to take off a few bracelets to get to the one I want, but it's better than them getting tangled together!

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  This chicken was really good! I would've never thought to use Crispex cereal for the coating. I skipped out on the bagel chips and melba toast and it still turned out great.

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 We made a few of these the other day. They are much harder than they seem and you pretty much have to have two people (one to hold the balloon, and one to wrap the string.) But they did turn out really cool and we are planning on making lots more to hang in our houses!

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