Im stuck on Daisies today lol
Prep Time: 30 min
Ready in: 1 hour and 5 min
Today while thinking about what to post I glanced at my nails, eep can you say chips galore, we've been doing yard work, and moving stuff so I'm missing pieces and they are not looking great.. so for moment of me Wednesday I decided you and I need a moment manicure so here it is how to do an at home manicure, with some tips :D
Remove. Take off old color with acetone polish remover on a cotton ball. (Note: Don’t use a tissue, it will fall apart and doesn’t absorb the remover well.)
Trim. Cut and file nails to your length of choice. As for shape, there are two main options: square or rounded. Neither form will chip more than the other.
Soak. Rest hands in a bowl of warm water for five minutes. Add two tablespoons of a bath powder or your favorite liquid soap to soften nails. Make sure the water’s not too hot or it will dry out your hands and nails. (If you don't have time, you can skip this step.)
Soften. Apply cuticle oil or lotion on dry hands to nourish and soften rough spots.
Push. Use a cuticle or Popsicle stick to press cuticles back so they don’t get in the way of the polish.
Scrub. Exfoliate hands with a body scrub or homemade mixture of olive oil and kosher salt or raw sugar. Scrub for two to three minutes, then wash thoroughly.
Moisturize. Dry hands and apply a rich moisturizer.
Polish. Apply a base coat first, then apply two thin coats of polish.
(3) Mail the completed form and the 10 UPCs to the following address:
Kellogg’s Gas Rewards Card
P O Box 7168
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-7168
Nutter Butter Stuffed Chocolate Cookies
1.Heat chopped chocolate and butter in a microwave safe bowl for 20 second increments, stirring often, until chocolate is smooth (be careful not to overheat). Set aside.
2.In another bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt. In a mixing bowl beat eggs, brown sugar, and vanilla on high speed until light and fluffy. Lower speed and add melted chocolate. Stir in flour mixture just until combined. Batter will be thin.
3.Refrigerate 30 minutes until the dough thickens and becomes easier to handle. Meanwhile, break some of the Nutter Butters in half (you won’t need the whole bag). After dough has refrigerated use a spoon or cookie scoop to make some dough balls. I found it easiest to have one pans worth ready before assembling. Sandwich the Nutter Butter between two dough balls and mold the dough around the cookie. The dough is a little sticky but it’s still pretty easy to work with.
4.Bake at 350 degrees for 9-11 minutes. The shorter time will produce a gooier cookie so it just depends on how you like them.