It’s time for another video! The husbot and I are in a new D&D campaign (or first together, and his first time serving as DM), and I wanted to make something special for the occasion. I went out and got a couple different wooden boxes from the craft store– a simple square box and a… Continue reading How to Build a Travel Dice Box with Built-In Tower
Unless you know me personally, you might not know that I’m learning ASL. A few months ago, I felt the urge to pick this back up again (I learned a fair bit in my middle school years when our church gained a deaf member and provided lessons to anyone wanting to learn to communicate with… Continue reading How to Make Your Videos Deaf/HOH Accessible
I love when cookie cutters are multi-functional. It helps pare down unnecessary cutters from your collection (thus saving space), and if you’re clever you can find new ways of using a shape. Recently I filled an order for these sweet baby shower cookies: The client gave me wiggle room to play and I really wanted… Continue reading Little Pink Dress from a Wedding Bell Cutter
The weather Down South has been absurdly hot. Humid, sweaty, hovering in the mid-nineties, and simply atrocious. Just par for the course for summertime south of the Mason Dixon line. I think we all need some refreshment, don’t you? And what’s more refreshing than watermelon and lemonade? This week I’m going to show you the… Continue reading Picnic Cookies: Watermelon & Lemonade Stand Tutorial
It has been a while since I did a video, and I was feeling the itch! This week it’s a short and sweet instructional on how to draw bubbles in water using Copic markers. If you want to practice along, I used: Copic markers: BG10, BG34, B00, B02, G12, and later BG70 Colorless Blender (any… Continue reading Video Tutorial: Drawing Bubbles with Copics
I’m late this week, so we’ll dive right in, shall we? If you want to whip up edible versions of one of the Doctor’s toughest enemies, here’s how: 1) Invert a Frankenstein cookie cutter (this one is from Wilton, I believe, bought at Kroger last year). 2) Cut your cookies using the cutter, then use… Continue reading How To Make Dalek Cookies
Sometimes, when dinnertime rolls around, you want a quick dinner you don’t have to think about. You want to make dinner cheap and easy. Other than pasta (again) or pizza (let’s keep that down to one night a week, shall we?), what’s on the menu that you can whip up in a jiffy? Well, have… Continue reading Tex Mess: A Think-Free Dinner!