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Basically, get cheap plastic placemats, cut them into triangles, then roll them up and stick them in your boots. Now the boots won’t get squished on your bedroom floor! And they won’t look like sad defeat-boots!
via IKEA Hackers
Now you can combine two of Julie Andrews’ favourite things – snowflakes that stay on your nose and eyelashes AND brown paper packages tied up with strings.
We already tipped you how to make paper snowflakes, but it’s cute to do them in bright colours as sort of doily decorations for wrapped gifts.
So easy even we could make ‘em! Via Martha Stewart:
1. Butter muffin pans.
2. Slightly flatten bread with rolling pin (use a bottle of wine or liquor if you don’t have a rolling pin) and squish it into the bottom of the pan cups. Martha recommends all sorts of fussing and cutting but squishing should work. Fill cups right to the top and don’t let the bread tear.
3. Cook bacon rashers until almost done. Line each bread cup with a rasher. (You might need to chop them up if they’re too long.)
4. Crack an egg over the top, season with pepper and bake at 375°F (190°C) until the egg whites are set, which Martha reckons will take 20-25 mins.
5. Run a knife around edge of each cup to loosen it from the pan.
You could make vegetarian ones with spinach, basil, tomato or whatever else you like with your eggs.