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This is great! I've been wanting to make one since I saw it somewhere on the internet. Thanks for sharing :)
Great minds.... :)
Looks fantastic and I see you have a nether portal there too :)
This is fantastic! I love your collection of colorful sheep :)
The shelter sounds great and I'm glad you were able to get a Doggyguard :) They are fun to have around while playing. The kitten picture is adorable :)
Tasty! I'll have to save this to try sometime :)
I've never had Yo! Sushi's dish, but yours sure looks pretty tasty!
I agree. I wish you could do everything in all the versions. Regardless, though, that is a very, very impressive base! I can't imagine what you've got below ground if you've managed to do all of that above :D
That's great! You have wheat for quick and easy bread, and steak is great for filling almost half your hunger bar :)
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These sound so tasty and look lovely with those sprinkles :)
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These look and sound amazing! I love Snickers :)
Super cute idea for a card :D
Sounds like a wonderful dessert! I love dulce de leche :D
That is such a great simple idea! Wonderful appetizer :)
Great design :)
That is such a cute little toy!
Great doll bed :)
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That is so cute! Impressive sock transformation :)
Now that is clever. What a fun toy for a baby :)
So cute! Wonderful pattern :)
Such a cute little wallet! I'm terrible at guessing, but about how big is the wallet?
Love all the colors and I'm simply amazed you could hand sew this :D
Yeah, I am really laid back with melting chocolate. I put it in a microwave safe dish at half power and just check it every 30 seconds or so stirring each time until it is melted. Though, if you melt chocolate this way, I cannot guarantee if the chocolate will maintain a shine or not once it is hardened, but it is certainly edible and always looks fine to me. I have, unfortunately, only used extracts, but as long as you can use it for cooking, go for it. But like I said and you mentioned, just start with less and work your to adding more after mixing it in. I have looked online in the past and some people have suggestions for what the equivalent is for measurements of extract versus oils.Best of luck making your barks! Feel free to shoot me questions if any come up :D
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Thanks! I hope they enjoy them :)
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Wow! That is amazing!
Your whole setup looks great!
That looks fantastic! Nice idea with the pit to keep the chickens in :)
That came out really good! Glad you decided to start posting :)
Battling Hunger to Stay Alive
Thank you and it can get pretty tedious, especially with all the cuts at the corners. Sitting down and listening to a podcast or TV show can help pass the time, though :)
So clever and colorful!
Thank looks great Love that beaded flower :D
Love how you lined up the images on the inside of the wallet :)
Wow! You hand sewed this! That's amazing :)
Super cute! Love the little tutu!
This is great! I just love sea glass :D
So cute and you did such an awesome job recreating it :)
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Perfect! All the basics you need :)
I do not, unfortunately, have one at this time. Maybe someday :)
Hi, you can only mine redstone with an Iron or Diamond Pickaxe. If you use anything else, it won't drop the redstone. I actually just finished a Minecraft Class if you want to check it out. Lesson 2 covers mining ores.
When you design it in the Silhouette program, you need to design both the sticker and the cut lines. The steps above should cover this depending on how you want your end sticker to look. Then, when you send it to the printer, it prints lines on the outside of the page so when you feed it back into the machine it will use those lines to determine where to cut the stickers based on the cut lines you already put on the sticker designs.
Just whatever document you create. You can bring in pictures to print and cut out or try to draw your own or even just use text.
The silhouette doesn't actually do the printing. You'll have to create the document in the silhouette program and then you can send it to your printer with the program. This will print the cut lines in it so you can then feed this into your silhouette machine and it will know where to cut :) So, as long as your printer can do color, you should be good to go!
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