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Thanks for the idea and the recipe! This is delicious!
Thank you for posting! This is so cool. I made one for my wife for Christmas. I used a golf ball and the base is Black Walnut and the crane is Russian Olive wood.
These look really yummy, I am excited to try them! I noticed you have Coconut Milk in the photo of ingredients, did you use 1 tsp of that as the "milk" to dissolve the baking soda in? Also in your ingredients you list "1 egg" twice is it one egg or 2? Thanks for posting!
Thanks for the recipe! This was really yummy! I will be making it again. I made it for my Mother in-laws Birthday, it went perfectly with the Vanilla Bean Ice Cream my wife made. The cake all got eaten before I was able to take a picture.
Thanks, it was a fun and rewarding project! Good Luck! When you get it done post some pictures or make an Instructable, so I can see it.
This is so cool, thanks for the great idea and detailed notes! I just ordered the parts that I need to make one. I also have a few other additions that I want to add to it. I will let you know how that goes.I do have a question for you. You have the card that initiates the shutdown process, does that turn the PI Zero off? If so, do you turn it back on by unplugging it and plugging it back in? Or do you ever turn it off?Thanks for a great Instructable!
Congratulations on your almost newborn! Yes, she does still fit. She is about 42 inches tall now and still has about 1 foot of room at her feet if her head is against the top logs. I think she will be able to use it for at least another year, probably 2 or more. She still loves it. It is very cozy and the blankets stay tucked in really well. I am 6ft 2 in 215 lbs and have taken naps in it. It would be great for when your little one outgrows a crib. Good luck! Let me know if you have other questions.
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