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Personalized Fitness Ornaments

A Personalized Fitness Ornaments makes a great gift for the girl/guy who made a new year's resolution to hit the gym and get in shape or who has just entered his first weightlifting competition.

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Holiday Cheesecake Cookies
Cookie dough: 400 g all purpose flour 125 g confectioners’ sugar 200 g butter 1 egg pinch of salt Filling: 100 g sour cream 200 g cream cheese, room temperature 100 g sweetened condensed milk 2 tbs lemon juice strawberry jam To decorate: Red and green food colouring, and wooden skewers Instructions: 1. Let’s start preparing cookie dough. In a medium mixing-bowl, mix together all ingredientes to form a ball. 2. Divide the dough in two, and gather each portion into a slightly flattened ball. 3. Working with one ball of dough at a time, roll it out between two baking papers to a thickness of maximum 0,5 cm. 4. Using a beveled cookie cutter, cut out circles and drape one circle over each bowl cavity of pan, pressing to form smooth surface. (I used a mini cupcake pan) 5. Chill whilst preheating oven to 350º F (180 ºC) 6. Slip cookies into the oven to bake for 10-12 minutes, until golden. Remove from oven and let them cool on the pan for about 10 minutes 7. Let them cool completely on a wire rack 8. When cold, prepare cheese filling. Mix sweetened condensed milk, sour cream (or whip cream) and cream cheese on a medium bowl, until combined. Add lemon juice and mix well. 9. Place two tablespoons cheese cream on a small bowl, and another two tablespoons on a separate small bowl. Tint one of the bowls with red food colouring, and the other one with green food colouring. 10. Place 1 teaspoon strawberry jam on every cookie bowl. Fill with cheese cream. Use wooden skewers and red and green mixes to decorate 11. Keep in the fridge until set (about 4 hours if using sour cream, at least 24 hours if using whipping cream). They are better the next day. Can be stored several days on the fridge
You Won't Believe These Gift Wrapping Skills.
So, without fail, the holiday season always reminds me how absolutely horrible I am at wrapping gifts. I try, every year, to wrap them thoughtfully, with brand new wrapping paper boasting Christmas trees or stars or tiny penguins. However, it all ends up crumpled up into large balls of frustration around my living room, so whatever gift-wrapping inspiration you were hoping to get from me is just not going to happen any time soon. Not this millennium. However, check out the packaging handiwork of Sheila, a 27-year-old graphic designer from the San Francisco Bay who put the rest of us to some serious gift wrapping shame. Swipe left to each of these presents to see how they were wrapped - and prepare to be amazed. With a handy Xacto and some graphic design know-how, she transformed this small set of Gundams into a huge stick of butter. And what could she be doing with this copy of 'Falling Up'? Wrapping it up like a sirloin steak, of course. She actually designed her own fake butcher shop labels to pull this one off. I like this one because it (somewhat morbidly) stuck with the ocean theme. Okay, maybe it's just me, but I'd much rather have the giant candy bar. And the doughnuts. I mean, fairies are great, but check out all those sprinkles! It's crazy how realistic this sushi looks - even in photographs! And, last but not least, one man's Nintendo cartridge-inspired flask is another man's, uh... cheese? So what did you guys think? Could you pull this wrapping job off, or do you have a better, more signature strategy of your own?
The Christmas Latte to Rule Them All
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Santa Sushi Is A Thing.
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How to Embellish Blank Walls with Portrait Painting?
Introduction Beyond the capability for making a room feel brighter, the addition of a design-friendly mirror in the room will make a room look more spacious. You can undertake a project to hang portrait painting in the house for enhancing the look of your house to a greater extent. You can position the portrait painting in different ways for guaranteeing a stupendous and royal look in your house. The addition of few artistic portrait paintings will help in bringing a natural as well as royal look to your house to a greater extent. The look becomes strikingly beautiful that creates amazing decorative accents. Following we have produced amazingly chic and easy ways to embellish blanks walls with portrait painting. Read it and decorate your blank house walls accordingly: a. Utilizing Portrait Painting as the Focal Point If you have a few portraits that you would like to emphasize in your house, try to make them the focal point of a wall. For instance, if you would like to create a wall of founders of the USA, you should incorporate them in a wall and give paintings a central place in the room. Whether you want to hang the historic paintings in the study room or living room, you should hang them in an organized and ordered manner. You should renovate the wall before hanging the portraits. Homeowners can contrast the color of the wall with the frames. This will create a harmonious and royal look in your house. b. Using Self-Portrait on a wall Do you have a blank wall in your house? How about embellishing it with your portrait painting? You can use your self-portraits on a blank wall in your house. For hanging your self-portrait in the house, you should consider the placement of the portraits, colors of the wall, furniture colors, and other thematic considerations. Remember that an oversized self-portrait in a small room will set a harmonious tone. So, you can hang your oversized self-portrait for the increasing look of your bedroom. c. Portraits and the Papers The styles of portraits are not limited. You can purchase as well as create highly stylish portraits. Homeowners can get portrait-themed wall painting art for hanging oil portraits. It will create an amazing look in your room. The combination will create an eclectic and beautiful look. d. Laughter and Smiles on the Staircase The smiling and laughing portraits of strangers on the staircase are a powerful interior décor idea. It will score a lot of points. Visitors will love the entire look of your staircase in the house. Two strange faces on the staircase may not look alike but their smiles complement each other to a greater extent. e. New Things with Old Things Match Well If you do not have a lot of free time, no worries. You can create a royal look in your house by hanging a traditional oil painting portrait. But you should complement it with your modern and contemporary-styled furniture. You can also add additional modern interior décor items that create a meaningful statement in your house. For instance, you can add coffee tables, leopard chairs, and modern sofa designs along with a 16-th century styled portrait on the wall. This will blend well and produce an outstanding look in the living room. f. Hanging a Group of Four or Three Portraits Another amazing yet simple way to produce a stylish look on a blank is by hanging three to four portraits. The portraits should be hung in an ordered and organized manner. Conclusion By following the above-mentioned tips, you will create harmonious yet amazingly stylish looks on the blank walls of your house.