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Aug 4, 2014 / 344 notes

food52:

Our milkshake brings all the…well, you know the rest.

Read more: How to Make a Milkshake Without a Recipe on Food52.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Mini Candy Donuts Tutorial from Paper & Stitch. These are mini donuts made with different types of candy chips with sprinkles on top.
If you like mini food check out DIY Mini Donuts and Cakes from from The Unconfidential Cook.
Aug 4, 2014 / 572 notes

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Mini Candy Donuts Tutorial from Paper & Stitch. These are mini donuts made with different types of candy chips with sprinkles on top.

If you like mini food check out DIY Mini Donuts and Cakes from from The Unconfidential Cook.

disneypixar:

Reimagine the ordinary.
Aug 4, 2014 / 708 notes

disneypixar:

Reimagine the ordinary.

archiemcphee:

This awesome Finn and Jake chair was created by Redditor reallylovely, who spotted the old, yet still sturdy chair at an antique shop and immediately recognized its potential resemblance to our favorite post-apocalyptic human boy:

"I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art)."

Here’s hoping that Adventure Time-themed furniture restoration becomes a trend.
[via Neatorama]
Aug 4, 2014 / 3,552 notes

archiemcphee:

This awesome Finn and Jake chair was created by Redditor reallylovely, who spotted the old, yet still sturdy chair at an antique shop and immediately recognized its potential resemblance to our favorite post-apocalyptic human boy:

"I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art)."

Here’s hoping that Adventure Time-themed furniture restoration becomes a trend.

[via Neatorama]