So I came home from school to see my 7 year old sister putting skittles with my antidepressants, I went up to her and asked “Hey what you doing?” She looked at me, smiled and said “Skittles make me happy so I put them with your medicine that makes you happy so you can be extra happy.” That was the cutest thing i’ve ever heard.
Remember in Kim Possible how Ron, Kim, Monique, and Rufus would hang out at Bueno Nacho and Ron would make himself the Naco? It’s the combination of a taco and nachos. To make this easy dish all you will need is:
-20oz ground meat (I used Jennie-O seasoned ground turkey) -Tortilla chips (preferably triangle shaped) -Nacho cheese (home made or store bought) -The largest tortillas you can find at your store -Chopped lettuce and tomatoes
Take one large tortilla and lightly heat it, do not make it crispy as it needs to fold up. Add a small layer of nacho cheese as your base. Then pile up the tortilla using the tortilla chips, cheese, ground meat, and lettuce/tomatoes. Then take two corners and fold them up. You can use nacho cheese to paste the two ends together, or sour cream or even guacamole. The other two sides should be gently folded up. Enjoy!
For any questions on this DIY feel free to ask! More DIYs coming your way!
A cape is a staple part of anyone’s costume wardrobe. Add a hood and you have a piece that can be used for more then just costumes. Red riding hood, dark witch, the guy from Assassin’s Creed, a cloister monk or nun, etc…
*I posted this on my other blog a long time ago but this post has updated tutorial information and better photos. I’m posting the updated version on my Holiday Blog because this would make a great gift with the Bina Brianca PDF Manual printed out. If you don’t want to DIY you can buy from Bina Brianca, made out of 100% Modal Jersey, for $42.50 here.
DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. Have you see this? It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, tunic and headscarf. You can download the PDF “how-to” manual for all these styles from Bina Brianca here.