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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

BetterDays Premium Quality Rolling Pin Review #betterday

The rolling pin is such a simple tool that I wondered if there could be much difference among models. I'm here to tell you, there can!

Up until comparing my old rolling pin with the BetterDays Premium Quality Rolling Pin 

I had no idea what I was missing!  You can comfortably curl your fingers around each of the handles, using leverage and arm strength to push the rolling pin forward and back over dough.

It has comfortable handles. Is great for everything from cookies, biscuits, pizza, and pie.
Overall, I love this style of rolling pin.  It’s comfortable, versatile, classic.  You only need one rolling pin in your kitchen, BetterDays Premium Quality Rolling Pin is it.

Not too large at 20''x2'' nor heavy, weighing in at only 13.6 oz. making it wonderful for pie crust and other rolling needs.
It's strong and sturdy but smooth and nice to the touch. Being made of natural premium quality bamboo ii is resistant to scratching and splintering.
 Lifetime guarantee! If you are not satisfied with the product, get your money back - No questions asked!​
BetterDays Premium Quality Rolling Pin 
is available on Amazon


Monday, December 5, 2016

1st Christmas Ornament!


I wanted to make Brandon a First Christmas Ornament 
like I did Izabelle.
Hers was just last year and I couldn't remember how I did it!
Thank goodness I took a photo of it! 
You can see that post here.

I gathered supplies and got busy.

I picked a wooden Snowflake from my stash 

and gave it 2 coats of Robin's Egg Blue by Glidden

Once dry I attached a Dollar Tree Snowflake

 I took a strip of blue crepe paper and folded it accordion style, 
then connected both ends to make a round ruffled circle. 

 I brushed glue around the edges 

and added blue glitter.
Gotta have sparkle!

I glued it to the top and let everything sit and dry thoroughly.
In the mean time I found a smaller Snowflake and covered it in silver glitter, setting it to the side for it to dry well also. 

When all was dry I added the small silver as the last Snowflake.
Found font I liked, sized it, and printed it out.
Cut "V" shapes in each end to resemble a banner 
and glued it to the top.
I embellished each "V" in the banner with a blue flat back stone.
I tied a bow with festive ribbon to add to the top.
Added the hook and c'est fini!

Izzy's from last year

Brandon's I did this year

Similar but not exactly the same,perfect!


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