RESMEDIA Infografik 8 Impressumsmuster für Unternehmen http://blog-it-recht.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Infografik-Muster_Impressum1.pdf

RESMEDIA Infografik 8 Impressumsmuster für Unternehmen http://blog-it-recht.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Infografik-Muster_Impressum1.pdf

púpava SeiFee: júl 2014

lace decorative pattern on soap idea- this site also many beautiful soap pattern designs

I never thought of using everyday items to make patters in clay. Mind = Blown

I never thought of using everyday items to make patters in clay. erlenmeyer flask stamp from the yellow clip!

salt dough ornaments-I never saw any like this before. So pretty!

Dashing DIY Christmas Ornaments

A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp and a little paint. Such pretty ornaments or gift tie-ons. A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp…

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/200858620/skull-deaths-head-pattern-rolling-pins

Awesome Kitchen Gadgets Rolling Pins Skull / death’s-head pattern rolling pins and cookie cutter For Halloween cookies this is great. Just roll over the dough, cut out the shapes with cookie cutters.

weissesrauschen:  Ode BERTRAND (1930)

black & white : geometric : weissesrauschen: Ode BERTRAND (pattern for soap, make a stencil to imprint design)

Stoffe für Bekleidung, Deko und Möbel online

Stoffe für Bekleidung, Deko und Möbel online

NINA WARMERDAM

Part of the IMPRINT project by NINA WARMERDAM."For the IMPRINT project I create a new pattern every 48 hours.

After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Simply dip the glass in some flour, then press the glass into the cookie dough to create an imprint. Use a pastry brush to remove the excess flour from the cookie. - No link but this pretty well explains it.

38 Clever Christmas Food Hacks That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier

After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Simply dip the glass in some flour, then press into cookie dough to create an imprint. Use a pastry brush to remove the excess flour from the cookie.

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