US counties with In N Out Burger
SO. I did a thing. I totally made Doctor Who inspired macarons using the ever incredible Cara McGee’s (aka areyoutryingtodeduceme) TARDIS blend tea. The TARDIS tea is infused into the white chocolate ganache…it’s madness….pure delicious madness.
Check out my recipe here!
The top of the river is frozen and no one else is excited about it. It is below freezing. WHY.
Next Tales of －－ 倒數七天 －－ 導師の伝承
Yeah… so… I’m kind of lazy so I’m not really going to fix this up any further or write up fancy instructions. But basically this is the pattern I use for my potion bottles.
Print it out, cut it out, trace it on the fabric, the the fabric out. Leave about a seam allowance when you cut it out. You’ll need
1 long square in brown. Make it slightly longer than pictured here by about half an inch. I find it’s always short and it’s easy to cut more and trim it if it’s too much .
1 of the little circles in brown.
1 of the big circles in whatever color you want your bottle. This one is a bit too big, so I cut it directly on the line and leave no seam allowance
2 of the potion bottle itself in whatever color you want your bottle.
You will need to make a football shaped dart where the neck of the bottle meets the rest of the bottle. An example of how this works can be found on this blog post like the blogger did with the elephants legs where they meet the body
Then you sew up the dart at the bottom of the two bottle
But the bottle pieces together and sew along the sides, leaving the top and bottom open.
Sew the big circle to the bottom of the bottle.
Sew the strip all the way around the little circle.
Then stuff everything and use a hidden ladder stitch to attach your “cork” to your bottle.
Sorry these are very simple instructions, but it’s a pretty easy pattern You can easily change things up making this smaller or tall, whatever you’d like.
All of these can be found in my Etsy store if you’d rather just buy one instead of trying your hand at making your own.
I want the hero of the next tales of game to have red hair so I can justify buying a new Zelos wig… (Yeah probs not gonna happen).
A few lolita style categories, presented by Misako Aoki & Baby the Stars Shine Bright/Alice and the Pirates!
Traditional - Sweet - Classical - Gothic - Princess - Boystyle
According to her blog, Misako is editing/supervising a lolita book that will be released in March 2014.
mi chan breaking my heart in 6 popular styles ; w ;
Halle-leuh! *snaps finger sassily*
All of this.
I don’t understand the stress on being “politically correct” when some people don’t like saying “Happy Holidays. I also don’t understand the anger some people feel when they’re told or the wrong holiday. I say “holidays” myself and I’m a Christian and I don’t expect people to say “Merry Christmas” to me. Hell, I’d find it really cool if someone said “Happy Hannukah” or “Joyous Kwanzaa” to me actually.