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aww you're sweet! I wish I could be making more on herr. :)
Thank you SO much! I really appreciate it. I am going to check out the site and community. :) Thanks for sharing the story about your mom. That's awesome you have a balsa block..I wanted to buy one before but haven't yet! I will check out hatshapers - I have been on there before, a long time ago!!!
Aww thank you for the kind comment Abigail. I plan to make more too...they make great Christmas gifts. I accidentally dropped mine in the toilet..of all places!!! AHHH.. so I am about to make more. They are a lifesaver as the cold weather approaches..mostly, they have helped with stomach pain, quite a lot. If you ever feel like taking a pic, after making more, I'd love to see it!
Thank you so much ladymda, for the nice comment! I'm so happy to hear this! It's definitely a unique style!
I'm sorry to have upset you. I didn't do this as a click-baiting tactic. I should have put a disclaimer, as I don't know what different people are ok with, in regards to Paleo. There are a lot of people with different stances and Paleo preferences. This recipe uses maple sugar, which is natural. Many people on Paleo are ok with that, some are not. It was not a trick. :) It is really, really difficult to bake without grains, and this recipe provides a way to make something that many people really love - cinnamon rolls. So, if you have a good way to make it with a sugar alternative that you are personally ok with, then that is great. The rest of the recipe should still work out just fine.
Thanks - very intersting!
Hi Pradeesharc, Sorry for not replying sooner. I am not an expert, but here is some information that might help: http://www.pigeoncote.com/vet/recovery/recovery.htm ...I read some sugar water is fine and maybe the bird is too young for crumbs from bread....and here is more information about feeding young pigeons: http://www.pigeoncote.com/vet/feedbaby/feedbaby.html ...is the bird still alive and doing ok? I hope so. You are a very compassionate person to be helping it.
Thanks so much! :) That's good to know!
yum..I want this!
Awesome! I always wanted to do this!
Great job! :) They turned out amazing.
Congrats - this looks awesome!
I love his art - great job!
Bind a Book in Tooled Leather
Amazing! Im in the contest too and I think you deserve to win the big prize! This is gorgeous! Id like to do this on my Bible in the future...or, make a gift for a friend. Thanks for sharing!
Purrock! Hammock for your purring friend
Yay! I need to make this! It turned out amazing..love teh style and hte kitty is way too cute!
Amazing job! I'm following you now. I remember as a kid, my sister had one of these.
Are you using pleather? I Just ask because it does not look like leather...and leather is super hard to sew through. Either way, it turned out awesome. I Love the style and you did a great job. I'm also in this contest...:) Good luck with it - results should be out soon. Even if you aren't using real leather, hopefully you can win some! I love Tandy and their leather and supplies! Good luck!
Thanks SO MUCH for sharing! I wish I would have seen this sooner! I use the cake pop maker for so many purposes..it's really great with cornbread too!
Sorry so late. For anyone reading - add one egg to whatever the recipe calls for...so, one extra. And, no oil. :)
The picture is adorable - so cute. And, the beach waves look gorgeous! LOVE IT!
Hey Matthew - I love seeing that a guy is posting here to this contest. And, love the look of your straight razor with the wooden handle. Very nice. Great Instructable! I've seen videos of women even using these to shave their faces...rather than call it shaving, they named it dermaplaning....I guess it is supposed to keep the skin exfoliated and renewed. :)
They look amazing...
Great Instructable. Love your accent and the cute button up shirt you're wearing during the makeup time. The makeup looks so pretty on you.
This looks incredible - very unique. :) I'd like a cat one please :) Great job!
I want this! YUM!!! Please make a gluten free version! :) JK...maybe I will! :) Looks so good!
This is so pretty - gorgeous photo and great job!
Thanks so much! It definitely was crooked - but I managed to sort of fix it! :) Thanks for the kind comment!
Thanks so much Jenell! :) So sweet! Be careful - those rubber bands can hurt if they get tangled!
Thanks Marcus. There isn't really a top flap, but next time it might be a good idea to add one! There are little elastic pieces attached to leather strips...the pencils are held in between the elastic! :)
Thanks so much zabs! You are so sweet! I hope you can find a cheap vintage suitcase to use! Honestly I'm not sure what type of cat she is! :( But, I have had people tell me she is likely a mix with of tortoiseshell. I haven't been on this Instructable in some time...and just realized the photos weren't even that high quality. I am going to upload a couple more recent pics of her. I definitely think she is a little model. She is the princess of our cats...she is just different than my other kitties...how many cats do you have? :) Feel free to share a pic! I've become a cat lady!
I understand that!
Your cats are so cute! The toys for the cats are great too...they love playing underneath it!
That sounds great! I hope it turns out nice..let me know if you have any questions!
This looks beautiful! :)
I agree. This looks amazing. I love seeing others who do leatherwork. It is a lost art - it turned out great.
Great job on the Instructable - very unique!
Wow. My son would love this! :) We had some tubes like that before - we made a potato launcher with my brother. This sounds like a much better option - it would be fun to make for a bday or even the 4th of july!
Wow. I love your tips here. Also, I like your voice. I would have never really thought of leaving the bath water in to utilize the extra heat. I live in IL and have lived in WI most of my life - and I'm starting to think about these things now. It seems like fall is non-existent and we move from summer to winter in a blink of an eye! Another thing you can use besides the electric heating pad, is a rice pack heating pad. I made an Instructable on how to make them. The other day I accidentally did something to mine - dropped it in the toilet. :((( It was horrible! lol....so I am about to make a few more of them. They are filled with plain white rice and you just heat it up in the microwave for about 30 sec. to a minute. They help me a lot with stomach aches too - to use it on that. Or sor...see more »Wow. I love your tips here. Also, I like your voice. I would have never really thought of leaving the bath water in to utilize the extra heat. I live in IL and have lived in WI most of my life - and I'm starting to think about these things now. It seems like fall is non-existent and we move from summer to winter in a blink of an eye! Another thing you can use besides the electric heating pad, is a rice pack heating pad. I made an Instructable on how to make them. The other day I accidentally did something to mine - dropped it in the toilet. :((( It was horrible! lol....so I am about to make a few more of them. They are filled with plain white rice and you just heat it up in the microwave for about 30 sec. to a minute. They help me a lot with stomach aches too - to use it on that. Or sore muscles...but mostly, to warm up my bed or keep me warm! Thanks for the Instructable and tips!
Thank you so much! :)
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Thanks for the comment! :) I hope you do try it out...leatherwork projects are really fun and last forever!
Great job - it turned out really nice - super creative. I'm sure your son likes it! :) Very cool!
This is so beautiful!!!!! :)
Also, I'm so amazed those were made on popsicle sticks! :) WOW - impressive. I love your video also. It helps a lot.
I love these - Klimt is still one of my fav. artists. :)
This look great - I love it! :)
Wow! I'm voting for you. These look so scary! Your photos are absolutely incredible - I'm amazed!
Thank you - so sweet - wish I would have seen this years ago!
Oh my - You look amazing! Definitely like Ariel! LOVE IT! Thank you so much for posting this - I am really sorry I didn't see it until now! :) I am amazed!
You look SO CUTE! Gorgeous! I am so sorry I didn't see this until now. Amazing! Thank you for sharing it on here! Love love love!
thanks..so sweet! :)
Oh my gosh!!!!! I am SOOOO sorry I did not see this until now. I think it turned out so cute on you! Great job! :) I am thrilled you shared this. I am sorry for not thanking you sooner!
Hi Sower, if you look at the first step again - I just uploaded a PDF version of the pattern for you (and anyone else!) so it should be much easier now. When you print it, just be sure to print it at its normal size (don't do fit to frame or anything like that) - hope it helps!
Oh my goodness - how beautiful! :) I absolutely love how yours turned out too! Love the color. Thank you for sharing!
:) Cute comment. I too thought it was spelled differently!
Wow, they look incredible! :)
Hi!!! Thank you SO much for this information. I read this and was so excited and grateful for the link to the Tru Color dyes. And, then I forgot to reply on here! I just wanted to thank you again - it will allow me to have some beautiful colorful Christmas cookies and birthday party treats that we could not have before. That takes care of one big issue..next one is that I can't have gluten or dairy...but I have some great recipes from a book called Paleo Patisserie to help me out on that end of it. I really look forward to seeing your other creations on here. You are so skilled - an artist!
So beautiful! :)
Turned out amazing.
Also I hope you share more photos of the process on the next Instructable...because this is amzing. :)
Wow..you are amazing. I had no idea you could use a dremel to help carve something like this. Hope you keep posting Instructables...Im sure this is going to be a winner. :)
They look beautiful!
I agree! This turned out amazing but I wish it would be taught/explained more in the Instructable...great job though!
I agree...just to have a starting point to modify or help understand...
Wow, thank you again! :) I'm happy it was understandable! I thought I could have made things a lot more detailed...but I guess it was explained well enough! :)
Thank you so much - it's great hearing from you! Bed frame is definitely the next build..to go with this. How did you know?! :) You are correct about writing the Instructable and getting photos and details together - that takes a lot of brain power and some time. :) But, it's worth it! About the dresser's look - when I first stained the plywood top - i thought it looked dated...I didn't have enough experience with different plywoods and staining to know how it would look! But, once it was all totally done, and had a couple layers of shellac, it still has the rustic feel but it a bit more modern...:) I'm glad my son likes it! :) Thank you for stopping by and commenting!
Wow thank you Jon for that nice comment! :)
Thanks so much! :) I hope you decide to make something out of leather soon. It is a wonderful de-stresser. I am so jealous you went into a Tandy's a while ago...I went maybe a couple of years ago. We have a smaller store in Milwaukee WI and I ended up driving to the bigger one in IL. It was kind of a long drive, but they had so much leather - so many tools, etc. like you said. The positive thing is that the stuff i bought lasted a LONG time and I made many things from it. Getting some beveling tools and a good mallet and a swivel knife are most important I believe. And, those tools for sewing are also. :) I did notice Jessy also had some leather tutorials that were really clear, and very helpful!
They look absolutely beautiful - like works of art. I wouldn't want to eat them they are so pretty! Amazing job, Kay. I love it all..but for my son, I can't use dyes due to health issues...any ideas on alternatives? Thanks!
I voted for you! This is so beautiful and multifunctional. :) LOVE IT.
You and your creations are so cute and lovely! :) I hope you keep posting. You'll gain a lot of followers. The apple bag you made too is just gorgeous.
This is so beautiful! Great instructable and gorgeous photos. :) Love it.
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