So this chair used to be in my room back in middle school and I came across it in my basement and thought it would be a great desk chair for my dorm. a little paint and some fabric later, it fits right into my decor :)
After two years I started to get a little bored and tired of my bedspread and dorm decorations so I made this pillow to add a new pop of excitement and color (once I get there) and I included a tutorial so you can make one too :)
all you need is fresh strawberries, whipping cream, powdered sugar (for the whip cream) graham crackers and some semi-sweet chocolates.
first get a casarole dish and make a layer of graham crackers along the bottom
whip some cream and sweeten to taste (if your strawberries are a bit tart then make your whip cream a bit sweeter) also slice some nice plump red strawberries
layer your homemade whip cream on top of the graham crackers followed by a layer of strawberry slices
add a bit more whip cream then the next layer of graham crackers, whip cream, and strawberries, on and on until you run out of either graham crackers, whip cream or strawberries. place in the refrigerator for 4 or more hours, overnight even works wonderfully.
I know what you’re thinking, what can be so good about strawberries, whip cream and soggy graham crackers but after all those ingredients hang out in your icebox they turn into an absolutely yummy and fluffy strawberry cake. Before serving melt your semi-sweet chocolates and drizzle over the top. NOW ENJOY :)
you will need: canvas or wood panels, tissue paper, modge podge (or Elmer’s glue mixed with a bit of water), some paint and paint brushes
1st: take the tissue paper in whatever color you like and cut them into an assorment of squares and rectangles
2nd: lay the tissue paper in an over lapping formation and make sure to cover all the panels (i like to leave the panels together until the end then separate them with an exacto knife to keep the art cohesive )
3rd: take a paint brush and carefully spread the modge podge over the tissue paper. the tissue is thin so the glue will seep through sticking it to the panels. wrinkles are unavoidable and ad to the effect so don’t worry about them too much but do be careful to avoid any tears as tissue paper is very fragile
4th: after it dries paint on a lovely landscape, separate the tiles, hang up and enjoy :)