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July 22nd, 2014
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Jul 12th, 2014 at 8:42 AM
Looking to hide some loot? Or maybe you simply want a hidden charging station for your iPhone? There are plenty of ways to use a hollowed out book and it is an easy craft for DIY’ers.  This tutorial will show you how to make a hollowed out book which any child would treasure! How To Make a Hollowed Out Book- A Fun DIY Project Hollowed Out Book Supplies First things first, get the supplies ready for the project. Here is the checklist: Book – the book needs to be a hard cover and decently think. Foam brush – must be narrower than the thickness of the book. Metal ruler Pencil or pen Utility knife Dremel (optional but nice to speed up work) Mod Podge Bowl Saran Wrap A heavy object that can easily sit on the book Gluing the Pages Pull open the cover of the book along with the. . .
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Family Activities - hollowed out book

Jul 12th, 2014 at 8:17 AM
I myself was not a believer of chocolate chip skillet cookies until I had one at a local restaurant in my town. If you love chocolate chip cookies, you will be in heaven with this dish! Melanie Makes’ recipe is easy and simple to make. Chocolate chip skillet cookies are gooey in the middle,. . .
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recipes - Chocolate chip skillet cookie - dessert

Jul 12th, 2014 at 8:17 AM
I myself was not a believer of chocolate chip skillet cookies until I had one at a local restaurant in my town. If you love chocolate chip cookies, you will be in heaven with this dish! Melanie Makes’ recipe is easy and simple to make. Chocolate chip skillet cookies are gooey in the middle,. . .
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recipes - Chocolate chip skillet cookie - dessert

Jul 12th, 2014 at 7:50 AM
Everyone knows those days all too well that time easily escapes them. 24 hours sometimes isn’t enough hours in the day. Rushing from work to pick up the kids at school, running last minutes errands and signing last minute waivers helping children. . .
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recipes - berry garden salad - spinach tortellini
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