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Kentucky Basketball Party Ideas! GO UK WILDCATS!!
Basketball Seasons, Ribbons Wreaths, Basketball Party, Colleges Colors, Basketball Parties, Kentucky Basketball, Diy Ribbons, Uk Wildcats, Kentucky Wildcats
University of KY DIY Ribbon wreath. Use any college colors to decorate your door during football or basketball season! Yes I will do this to go with the awesome USM wreath my Aunt made for me for a graduation present.
DIY Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Party Decorations! | Handmade Future
So cute. Just pick your team's colors, grab a football & get crafting before kickoff!
Football Seasons, Football Wreaths, Cute Ideas, Rolls Tide, Fall Wreaths, Football Team, Team Colors, Roll Tide, Crafts
Cute idea for the Football season! Roll Tide Roll!!!
Fun fall wreath with your favorite football team colors. Roll tide
So cute. Just pick your teams colors, grab a football get crafting before kickoff! HOW PERFECT FOR FOOTBALL SEASON!!!! ROLL TIDE!!!
I want this!!!!!! (minus the roll tide part)... Cant wait for ftball season! GO BUCKS!! Football wreath done in your favorite team's colors... also lots of football party ideas!
Wildcat Halloween. This is how we do things in KY. Go Blue!!!
Painting Pumpkin, Decor Ideas, Football Pumpkin, Fall Football Decor, Football Tailgating, Tailgating Flair, Football Tailgate, Painted Pumpkins, Tailgating Decor
Tailgate decor idea
Spray paint pumpkin
Football Tailgate decoration . I'm thinking white pumpkin!! GO CATS
DIY cauldron..,great tutorial with awesome photos. I've seen these before but making this is inexpensive and adorable. I'm making it!
Holiday, Ideas, Halloween Decor, Halloween Candies, Boots I Lici, Witches Feet, Design Dazzle, Halloween Prop, Witches Cauldron
DIY witch cauldron. Maybe to hold the halloween candy?
Design Dazzle: DIY: Boot-i-licious Halloween Decor
Witches Cauldron - with feet! I love this idea. (Guest Post by Design Dazzle on Eighteen25)
Candy Calderon: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011 TODAY'S GUEST: DESIGN DAZZLE Hello everyone - I'm Toni from Design Dazzle! I've LOVED Halloween ever since I could remember. It's such a wonderful holiday season with the fall weather, yummy foods, costumes and fabulous decor!! I thought it would be fun to make an unusual Halloween prop for my decor...so I added witch's feet to a plastic cauldron for a Boot-a-licious Halloween prop. I'm trying to decide if I want this to hold candy for our trick or treaters or display it on the front porch with dry ice and hot water for a spooky effect. Hmm.... Supplies: Pointy boots Plastic cauldron Spray paint 2 heavy duty plastic cups (not disposable).. Black electrical tape... Plaster of Paris .. Ribbon... 2 - Orange 1.5" wide ribbon 36" long.. 2 - Black/white polka dot 22" long... 2 - Black/white check/striped 18"long... 2 - Orange thin ribbon 12" long.. 2 - Black thin ribbon 7" long.. 4 - pieces of 8" floral wire.. 2 - pieces of wood dowel approx 6" - 7"... ==Instructions:== ***1. The boots were purchased at a thrift store ($2.50) and had hardly been worn. Before you start any painting make sure to disinfect (all over the boots) with bleach or Lysol. Let dry completely. I decided I wanted black boots with orange polka dots. I thought about decoupaging the boots but decided to paint them since I had the spray paint on hand. °° ***2. Spray boots with Kilz primer let it dry. Follow up with orange spray paint - let dry overnight. I used Rust-Oleum Orange Gloss. .. ***3. Using packing tape (because it's cheap and what I had on hand) - cut out 1 1/2 inch circles with the Cricut/Silhouette. Place circles randomly over the boot and press down firmly. **4. Spray paint the boots black. Gently peel the adhesive circles off before the black paint dries. Voila orange polka dots! If you're fortunate enough to find black boots, orange vinyl circles would be a great and simple way to add the orange polka dots. Of course, you can always skip the step and just paint orange circles on the black paint... ***Stuff the boots with newspaper - leaving about 2 inches of space at the top. FYI - I covered the holes on the side of the boot with ribbon. .. **1. These heavy duty plastic cups were red until I spray painted them orange... **2. To make the stripes - adhere black electrical tape around the cup - easy°° =How to make a layered bow.= **1. Lay the thin orange ribbon vertical (not shown on 1st step). Place the wide orange ribbon into loops on top of the thin ribbon with one end of the ribbon on the left and the other end on the right. °° **2. Place the rest of the ribbon as shown... **3. Tightly wrap the thin ribbon around the center point of the ribbon (the ribbon bunches up).° **4. Pull at the loops. Fluff and fiddle with the ribbons until the bow looks how you want it!°° **1. Place the cup inside the boot and drill two small holes through the back of the boot right through the cup. Do the same for the front of the boot and into the cup. Thread floral wire through the back of the boot into the cup and twist the wire to secure. Do the same to the front of the boot. This helps secure the cup to the boot.°° **2. Tie a small bow to hide the wire in the back of the boot. Tie the large layered bow to the wire in the front of the boot.°° **3. Mix Plaster of Paris with water inside the cup ( fill within 2 inches from the top). Immediately place the wood dowel in the center of the cup. Let dry for an hour or so. Do all of the above steps to the other boot : **4. Place a small piece of duct tape adhesive side UP to the top of both wood dowels. Arrange the boots on top of the table. How would you like them to look under the cauldron? Line up the cauldron on top of the boots and place lightly on top of the wood dowels. The tape will stick to the bottom of the cauldron to mark the spot to drill two holes (shown below). The hole shown in the center was already there. °° + Here's a pic that shows the newspaper stuffed inside the left boot and the cup with wire attached to the right boot. .... ****Turn the cauldron over and slide the tops of the wood dowels through the two holes drilled in the bottom of the cauldron! Since I don't have enough orange vinyl on hand to make the "Trick-or-Treat Smell My Feet" saying. I'll wait til next Halloween.... ***To store: remove the boots from the bottom (pull hard) and place inside the cauldron until next year.
zucchini baked fries
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Baked Zucchini fries: Going to need a lot of zucchini recipes for this summer's harvest
Baked Zucchini Fries by Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes WW points: 1.3 per serving (recipe makes 3 servings) 3 medium zucchini sliced into 3" x 1/2" sticks 1 large egg white 1/3 cup seasoned bread crumbs 2 tbsp grated Pecorino Romano cheese (can be found in the spaghetti sauce aisle next to Parmesan cheese) cooking spray 1/4 tsp garlic powder salt fresh pepper Preheat oven to 425°. In a small bowl, beat egg whites and season with salt and pepper. In a ziplock bag, place breadcrumbs, garlic powder and cheese and shake well. Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray and set aside. Dip zucchini sticks into eggs then into bread crumb and cheese mixture, a few at a time and shake to coat. Place the breaded zucchini in a single layer and spray more cooking spray on top. Bake at 425° for about 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve with 1/2 cup marinara sauce for dipping (.5 pt) Recipe Notes: 1) Make them a little skinnier than shown here. 2) I had to double my breading because I had 4 zucchini and the breading got too soggy. 3) Best when served warm.
zucchini baked fries- yummy! 3 medium zucchini sliced into 3" x 1/2" sticks 1 large egg white 1/3 cup seasoned bread crumbs 2 tbsp grated Pecorino Romano cheese (can be found in the spaghetti sauce aisle next to Parmesan cheese) cooking spray 1/4 tsp garlic powder salt fresh pepper
*/ Use a drill to make a polka dotted carved pumpkin.