Here is what my Snap to Velcro Temporary converter looks like. Below you will find the template to make this as well as a link to my video showing step by step how to make one.
I have been using my favorite way to secure a duvet cover for about twelve years. I never thought much about it until I saw a lot of youtube videos showing how they secure theirs. I honestly thought a lot of the methods were very time consuming or annoying with having to take things off and on. So here I wanted to show you how I like to keep my duvet covers in place, and a few other options at the end of the post that others like to use.
I grew up eating this yeast raisin bread. My aunt showed me how to make is when I was younger, and I am so grateful she did. I don’t make it as often as I should considering it is one of Grant’s favorite things. His family told me that before we were married or even dating he would hoard it and not share it with the rest of them whenever I made it. Yeast shouldn’t be as intimidating as some people make it out to be. This recipe is very easy and fun, I encourage you to make it yourself. I have also made it in the bread maker as well.
I wanted to take the time to share how my I make my play dough kits, what I tend to fill them with, which containers I like to use, and how much they tend to cost me.
My Mother in Law gave us gift boxes for Christmas, and in them were these wonderful small tupperware type containers. After a while we realized they perfectly fit our yoto type RFID cards in them. I went to the dollar tree to find them, only to realize that they come in a three pack for $1.25 making each case $0.45. They are super durable, come in fun colors, and can be dressed up with fun decals or stickers if you’re so inclined. Check below for a 10% coupon code for a yoto player!