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Get Rid of the darn wasps! - pinnedrecipes.com
Plastic Bottle, Fly Trap, Bug Trap, Bee Trap, Wasp Catcher, Wasps Traps, Wasp Trap
Wasp Trap: @ liter soda bottle; cut evenly around; fill bottom with bait (such as jelly) 2" & put around problem area; Wasp get in & can't get out
DIY Wasp Trap via Tipnut - these can be used upside down on the top of a horse and deerfly trap too!
Standing Wasp Trap - Take an empty two liter pop bottle. Using a sharp knife, cut off the top of the soda bottle just below where the start of the bottle sides are at even width. Fill the bottom of the bottle with bait about 2″ deep (ideas below). Insert the top of the bottle upside down into the bottom of the bottle (remove the bottle cap first). The pieces should fit together nice and snug, but use duct tape along the top edge
Fly Trap or Rain Gauge- Cut a 2L plastic bottle into two halves and then place the upper half upside down inside the lower half. Fill the system with any kind of sweet liquid. The insects would easily find their way in to search for the liquid but would not be able to escape out of it. It is especially great for pesky flies.Made in a similar manner as an insect trapper, rain gauge does not require any sweet liquid to be poured in. You just have to print an accurate scale measurement over it a...
Get Rid Of Wasps: Traps Tips-maybe it will work for bees too
Wasp/bee trap. Let's see if this works.
Caviar nails...I want this!
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Caviar #nails look tres cool in all black // #CaviarNails How-to on Seventeen's Style Blog Here: http://www.seventeen.com/fashion/blog/ciate-caviar-manicure-tutorial
Ciate` Caviar Nail Treatment - $25 from Sephora (uh-uh)...substituted with $3 bottle of black nail polish and black Microbeads purchased from "Michael's" craft store for $5, clear top coat to set beads.
UK nail polish brand Ciaté, which will be available soon at Sephora in the US, is launching new kits in April to create what they are calling the “Caviar mani.”Will caviar nails be the new glitter?
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Caviar Nails! Get your caviar mani @ Thee European Spa
Ice Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade Kool-Aid Uv Blue Vodka & Ice Perfect for summer!!!
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Ice Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade Kool-Aid Uv Blue Vodka & Ice We always drank this as drink in college... @Sara 'Helms' Swallow
@Corey-Joanne Campbell knows my obsession of blue alcoholic drinks so well! :) Ice Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade Kool-Aid Uv Blue Vodka & Ice
Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade: " mix with blue raspberry Freezoni / Icy at Quicktrip... OMGGGGG Favorite outdoors adult drink" -Shybabyy
Ice Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade Riki, Mandy and Marcie, do you think this was that yummy drink??
Ice Blue Raspberry Vodka Lemonade #Food #Drink #Trusper #Tip
Pool party drink! Frozen blue-raspberry lemonade
Summer Fun Adult drinky drink style!!
Grilled Korean BBQ Beef Recipe from SixSistersStuff
Sirloin Steak, Beef Recipe, Korean Bbq, Bbq Beef, Beef Kabobs, Korean Beef, Sisters Stuff
Korean BBQ Beef(Recipe from Our Best Bites) 1 1/2 lb. sirloin steak, cut against the grain into thin (about 1/4″) slices1/2 c. rice wine or pear juice (1 4 oz. bottle of pear juice from the baby food aisle is perfect and cheap)1/2 c. low-sodium soy sauce (regular soy sauce makes it taste vaguely like beef jerky)2 Tbsp. brown sugar2 Tbsp. minced garlic1 tsp. Sriracha chili sauce1 1/2 tsp. sesame oil
Grilled Korean BBQ Beef Recipe from Six Sisters' Stuff(Our Best Bites)
Grilled Korean BBQ Beef Recipe...let me eat STEAK!! yummers.
Six Sisters Stuff - Korean BBQ Beef Skewers
Korean BBQ Beef : Korean BBQ Beef (Recipe from Our Best Bites) 1 1/2 lb. sirloin steak, cut against the grain into thin (about 1/4″) slices 1/2 c. rice wine or pear juice (1 4 oz. bottle of pear juice from the baby food aisle is perfect and cheap) 1/2 c. low-sodium soy sauce (regular soy sauce makes it taste vaguely like beef jerky) 2 Tbsp. brown sugar 2 Tbsp. minced garlic 1 tsp. Sriracha chili sauce 1 1/2 tsp. sesame oil Combine wine or pear juice, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, chili sauce, and sesame oil in a large bowl. Add sliced steak. Marinate at room temperature for 1 hour or up to 8 hours in the refrigerator. Preheat the grill. While the grill is heating, thread the steak pieces onto bamboo skewers. Cook over medium-high heat for about 3-4 minutes per side, being careful not to let the meat get too cooked. Serve immediately; serves 4-6. #Korean #beef