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How to make a blue feather party dress [blue 4/5]

1. Draw and paint a paper patch 1-1 Draw a paper patch to match her figure Take your paper doll to draw her figure on a piece of paper. At the same...

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How to make a standing paper doll [3/5]

Four steps to design the standing board There are four steps to designing the standing paper doll. For the final example please see the download file Standing board should be 1/3 the...

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Paint a smiling face and draw cheeks with watercolor [blue 2/5]

1. Paint skin parts Step one, blend the right colour for her skin and then test it on the side paper. Repeat the process until you are happy with it.[Skin colour]: orange,...

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Draw a lady with a smiling face [blue 1/5]

1. Download and print the character template When you have gone to, scroll down to find and click the 'Download File'. You will open another page with the PDF file. Click...

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Light food recipe with Air Fryer oven

Thanks to the invention of a new technology that gives us a different option for cooking food in quick and healthy way --- using a Air Fryer. In this article I am...

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How to use a paring knife

Paring knives are designed for cutting with dexterity and tackling tasks which the chef's knife can't reach. As they are comparatively small, you don't always need a cutting board to use them....

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Easy food art with spinach leaves

Any edible leave is able to be used in theses two ideas. In addition, these two vegetable decorations are not just quick to process, but also look delightful on your plate. 1....

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Food art with tomato

1. Carving a tomato to be a saucer base 1-1 Creating a saucer base Choose a big tomato and get a small saucer that is able to match the tomato top. In...

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Mushroom art

Most people might prefer to not remove mushroom skin, as they are edible. However, if you would like to garnish a charming looking mushroom with a pure white surface, you can use...

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Orange art

1. Remove orange peel Use a serrated blade paring knife to cut off both ends of the orange. When you start cutting the orange peel, try to follow the white pith and...

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