This Mom decoupaged a dresser with a picture of her dad as a youngster for her own son’s room. Genius!
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- Before starting your project, clear a large area and cover with garbage bags or several sheets of newspaper. Paper mache is a very messy project!
- Allow each layer to dry completely before adding another layer, will keep the layers strong as well as prevent mold growth.
- Add a bit of salt to your recipe if it’s a project you plan on keeping for awhile. The salt will help prevent mold growth.
- Adding a small amount of white glue to a basic flour & water paste will give the paste some strength.
- Acrylic paints are a good choice for painting dried projects, for best results make sure each coat of paint is fully dry before painting another coat.
- Make sure the item is completely dry before painting or spraying with varnish or a sealant, the paper material may bubble a bit underneath if you don’t.
1 cup Flour (2 parts)
1 1/2 cups Water (3 parts)
1/2 TBS salt (optional)
1/4 cup white glue (optional)
8 ounces pecan halves
25 caramel squares, unwrapped (about 1 heaping cup)
1/4 cream or half-and-half
about 16 ounces roughly chopped chocolate, melted
sea salt, optional for sprinkling
Just like Bruno Mars! Disclaimer: it takes practice; this wont happen overnight!
Part One: Get Flexy
Stretching the right lower-body muscles and achieving a certain flexibility is key. Any stretch that targets your hips, quads, or hamstrings will work.. Read the entire article and steps HERE
Here’s what you’ll need…
- white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide works too!)
- q tips
- an old tooth brush
- some hot water
- paper towels
- and a trash bag or plastic grocery bag to throw the used stuff into