Joan Meiring

Joan Meiring

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GANS BAY WESTERN CAPE SOUTH AFRICA / For 36 years a potter, crafter doing craft and Xmas markets
Joan Meiring
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This yummy moist brownie boasts two layers of chocolate over a buttery oat base.

Tri-Level Brownies This crowd-pleaser features two layers of creamy chocolate and a chewy oatmeal cookielike layer. Walnut halves (or your favorite candy) make a tasty topper.

Cute little cookie cups filled with ice cream and topped with homemade magic shell! Great for the holidays!

Cute little cookie cups filled with ice cream and topped with homemade magic shell! Great for the holidays!Cute little cookie cups filled with ice cream and topped with homemade magic shell! Great for the holidays!

The Painted Hive | DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial

DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial-- Waterslide decal paper comes with a white or clear carrier film and is compatible with either inkjet or laser printers so be sure to purchase the type of paper best suited to your particular project.

The Painted Hive | DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial

DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial-- Waterslide decal paper comes with a white or clear carrier film and is compatible with either inkjet or laser printers so be sure to purchase the type of paper best suited to your particular project.

"Salt Dough Ornament Recipe" How To: Mix together 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup warm water, 1 cup flour. Roll out the dough and cut any shape you desire. Then poked large holes (for the string). Then bake them at 250° for around two hours (or until hard all the way through). Paint with acrylic and whatever else you would like for your ideal look, then done!

Salt dough recipe: cup salt cup warm water 1 cup flour Roll out the dough and cut the shapes. Then poke large holes for the string. Bake them at 250 for about two hours. Paint them with acrylic paint if desired. Great for personalized gift tags!

Make gift bags from newspaper

How to make gift bags from newspaper. DIY recycled newspaper project: gift bags made from the Wall Street Journal. You can vary the dimensions, of course, but here's what I used to create a bag that's tall, wide, and deep.

DIY- Print on wax paper and transfer right onto fabric, burlap, etc.~ a great way to make a banner, flag, etc. for a party or shower.

DIY- Print on wax paper and transfer right onto fabric, burlap, etc.~ a great way to make a banner, flag, etc. for a party or shower. [Is there special wax paper to run through a printer?