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Comb your hair back to a messy bun or any up-do you'd like 2) Take a large square scarf & fold one corner to the other forming a triangle 3) Fold the tip of the triangle down to about the middle & then fold over again (Do not fold all the way to the edge) 4) Put the scarf around your head with the ends in the front (Make sure the folded side is against your head so it's not showing) 5) Ti...

Comb your hair back to a messy bun or any up-do you'd like 2) Take a large square scarf & fold one corner to the other forming a triangle 3) Fold the tip of the triangle down to about the middle & then fold over again (Do not fold all the way to the edge) 4) Put the scarf around your head with the ends in the front (Make sure the folded side is against your head so it's not showing) 5) Ti...

Sarah Amelia fitness model

Sarah Amelia fitness model

Chocolate Macaroons - No Bake! So easy! We make these weekly, and my 10 year old can make them by himself!!

Chocolate Macaroons - No Bake! So easy! We make these weekly, and my 10 year old can make them by himself!!

Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocado // fancy schmancy without the fuss, high protein, low carb via Grok Grub #brunch #healthy

Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocado // fancy schmancy without the fuss, high protein, low carb via Grok Grub #brunch #healthy

How to Frost a Cake: 1. Cover your cake with a crumb coat (very thin layer of frosting). 2. Prepare a decorating bag with a large round tip (Wilton #12). 3. Pipe a vertical line of dots on the side of your cake. 4. Use a small spatula to press down on each dot, dragging to the right. 5. Make another line of dots, just to the right of your petals. Repeat. @Patricia Smith Klomp

How to Frost a Cake: 1. Cover your cake with a crumb coat (very thin layer of frosting). 2. Prepare a decorating bag with a large round tip (Wilton #12). 3. Pipe a vertical line of dots on the side of your cake. 4. Use a small spatula to press down on each dot, dragging to the right. 5. Make another line of dots, just to the right of your petals. Repeat. @Patricia Smith Klomp