Food art always catches our eyes, but it looks almost impossible to make if you're not a professional. Well, that's not true, you can still make food art, even if you don't know anything about it. Here are some easy and beautiful food art you can actually
Fun Afterschool Snack with friends, perfect for a picnic: Use a heart shaped cookie cutter to make these cute Valentines fruit kabobs. To keep apples and pears from browning, soak them for a minute in a mixture of 1 tbs of lemon juice to 1 cup water.
What a cute and clever idea! Clear around the planting area, for productive growth of the beans. Greate hideaway for kids in the yard, leave the grass in the center.c- I might do this even if i hate beans!
One pose will be done on the inhale and the next on the exhale. The result is a fast-paced flow that gets your heart rate up, and hopefully gets you lost in movement. Flow through times on each side (should take minutes)
We have one of these and someone put a piece of a popsicle stick and wrote "Rock Concert" - Love Rock Art.Garden Trinkets - Awesome Ideas, Projects and Tutorials! Including, from 'instructables', this creative 'garden thing' project with rocks.