Gather the supplies.First you need the mat board and image you will be framing. You& 39;re going to start by measuring your image and mat board for cutting.Google YouTube for & 34;how to measure mat board& 34; if you need help measuring.My board was 11x14, my image is much smaller so I cut the board in half.
Here& 39;s the vegetables I included alongside already seasoned salmon (plainly seasoned with garlic and mixed herbs)Cut the vegetables like thisPut the heat on, put the salmon in the pan and add a little olive oilCooking :)Break the salmon into pieces when tenderShould look like this...I also removed the tomato skin but that& 39;s optional.
First gather all your supplies.Second you fold the card.How to cut the card.This is what it should look like.As a surprise write a message of your choice to slip into the pocket.As a finishing touch add a button and write your message inside the card.
May 23, 2016A couple of years ago, there was an idea called phone blocks that proposed a fully customizable smartphone that was designed by the user. For the most part, the idea fell into the depths of the internet, but it was actually bought by Google and secretly worked on for the past few years. Up until now, no one has been able to find information about the project, but Google just released a full product timeline as well as videos detailing just what this new smartphone can do.
You could use water instead of milk.Mix yeast, salt and flour togetherMelt the butter and turn off the heat. Pour in the milk. The milk-butter mix now has the perfect temperature.Add milk to the flour mix.Start your machine and let it work the dough just until the dough is no longer sticking to the bowl, 4-5 minutes on full blast.
This is everything I used. (Tap to see it all) Base and top coat, ROYGBIV colors, little makeup wedge sponge, small brush and polish remover for clean up.Apply base coat.Put a little bit of polish on the sponge like this. Red, orange and yellow will be on your pointer finger.Stamp it on your nail. It& 39;ll be light, keep stamping until the color builds up to how you like it.