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Faça sua própria pipoca de microondas! :)

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popcorn! A friend showed me this trick about 8 months ago. Love this popcorn!

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Something to do with all those toys your little one has grown out of... glue to frame, spray paint, keep forever.  Adapt for kids room and make bulletin board or mirror.  Maybe have all girl related things like barbie shoes, costume jewelry, etc.  Could also make one for myself with natural objects that have interesting form/texture. - this is too cute

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Something to do with all those toys your little one has grown out of... glue to frame, spray paint, keep forever. Adapt for kids room and make bulletin board or mirror. Maybe have all girl related things like barbie shoes, costume jewelry, etc. Could also make one for myself with natural objects that have interesting form/texture. - this is too cute

Homemade-apple-chips recipe

Homemade-apple-chips recipe

How to fold and organize your t-shirts to save closet space..

How to Deal With Your Clothes Both ON and OFF Your Body

How to fold and organize your t-shirts to save closet space..

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Egg tip!

Egg tip!

papel de goiabada e marmelada

papel de goiabada e marmelada

Kitchen 101 i need to print this out

Kitchen 101 i need to print this out

A healthy snack that’s super easy and uses up those stray apples in the fruit and veg drawer. Preheat the oven to 90°C (200°F). Thinly slice red apples (I used braeburns, but any would do) by hand or with a mandolin – two apples produces a good snack portion for one. Lay the slices out neatly on baking sheets lined with greaseproof paper and pat dry with kitchen towels. Pop in the oven and bake for an hour. Carefully peel the crisps off the paper and eat immediately (or store in an airtight…

apple crisps

A healthy snack that’s super easy and uses up those stray apples in the fruit and veg drawer. Preheat the oven to 90°C (200°F). Thinly slice red apples (I used braeburns, but any would do) by hand or with a mandolin – two apples produces a good snack portion for one. Lay the slices out neatly on baking sheets lined with greaseproof paper and pat dry with kitchen towels. Pop in the oven and bake for an hour. Carefully peel the crisps off the paper and eat immediately (or store in an airtight…

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