Josefine Fokdal Skriver Kristiansen

Josefine Fokdal Skriver Kristiansen

Josefine Fokdal Skriver Kristiansen
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DIY planteskilte – mal frugter og grøntsager på sten

DIY planteskilte – mal frugter og grøntsager på sten

Learn to make an adorable watermelon pom pom — and a strawberry, and a kiwi! — in this easy tutorial.

Learn to make an adorable watermelon pom pom — and a strawberry, and a kiwi! — in this easy tutorial.

Einfache Betonvase in Form einer Flasche selber gießen! Einfache Anleitung auf meinem Blog.

Einfache Betonvase in Form einer Flasche selber gießen! Einfache Anleitung auf meinem Blog.

75 Cool DIY Projects for Teenagers - Page 3 of 4 - DIY Joy

75 Cool DIY Projects for Teenagers - Page 3 of 4 - DIY Joy

5 TIPS FOR THROWING A VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY + A FLORAL MIDI SKIRT TUTORIAL

5 TIPS FOR THROWING A VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY + A FLORAL MIDI SKIRT TUTORIAL

DIY Dream Catcher-Make your child choose their favorite shape or use their initial(s) and their own color threads

DIY Dream Catcher-Make your child choose their favorite shape or use their initial(s) and their own color threads

Your guests will be wowed by this gorgeous apple tart of roses, with a toasty walnut crust and a silky sweet maple custard filling. And it’s gluten-free!

Your guests will be wowed by this gorgeous apple tart of roses, with a toasty walnut crust and a silky sweet maple custard filling. And it’s gluten-free!

magazine rolls on any shape you want  - the vintage whale in sepia tones, whale tail, moose - province in maps & words of the province....

magazine rolls on any shape you want - the vintage whale in sepia tones, whale tail, moose - province in maps & words of the province....

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

Oh- that's what they mean.  I've always used a scissors to cut the recipe in half.

Oh- that's what they mean. I've always used a scissors to cut the recipe in half.