Hello, I hope you had a Merry Christmas and are resting up with family and friends! I know Christmas is over, but I couldn’t post any of the stuff I made as gifts until I gave them out, but you could still make them for yourself or birthdays, or just wait till next year. So here we have wood burned bamboo spoons, hand stamped cork coasters, and yes, those are the marble clay dishes from A Beautiful Mess!
If you’re like me you love anything sweet to snack on but sometimes something salty and crunchy is in order. I made these kale chips yesterday and they are almost already gone! They’re super easy to make and healthier than most salty snacks!
You will need:
•a gallon sized ziplock bag
•one bunch of kale. Must be cleaned dried and removed from the stems
Begin by cleaning kale and ripping it up in sections about an in ch or two wide. Lay it out to dry as I did here.
Next add 1 tablespoon olive oil to the bag with 1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce and 2 tablespoons sesame seeds. I added about 1/2 tablespoon of minced garlic to mine as well.
Add the kale and seal with air in the bag. Then shake until it is all coated. Next open the bag and let the air out, close it and work the mixture in so it is evenly coated throughout the kale.
Spread the kale out onto a lightly sprayed baking sheet or pan and bake at 300 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes or until it’s crispy.
Then enjoy! I should warn you they are addicting. 😉
For more flavors I found a list at Refinery29
Hello everyone, I have been busy trying to get things done so I can enjoy the warm weather that is finally starting to arrive soon! I haven’t really made anything in about a week but I thought someone might find this diy handy.
This one’s pretty simple! Buy a clear case for your phone. I got this one on Amazon for about $1.99. Print out a 4×6 photo, of whatever, and trace the phone cover and camera hole and cut. I have an Iphone so depending on your phone you might need a bigger sized picture so be sure to measure first. I used an exacto knife to make sure I got a nice clean line and voila! Try to use a photo that will work well with your case since it is long and skinny. This is perfect for those of you who like to change your case often and don’t want to spend a small fortune on new cases every time.