How to Dice Onions


If you use onions as often as I do – in everything from soup and pasta sauce to tuna salad and guacamole – it helps to be able to dice one quickly, efficiently and without crying your eyes out. Here’s how the pros do it. Technique originally posted on CRAFT. Read more »

Vegan Turkey Roast


Growing up I was quite accustomed to the yearly ritual of selecting the largest turkey we could find and babying it through the roasting process. However, once I married my vegan sweetheart, my Thanksgivings would never be the same. As usual, my creative mom came to the rescue and taught... Read more »

Perfect Party Cake


For most people, the word “party” conjures up an image that is so intimidating, so overwhelming, so terrifying that they just want to skip the whole thing — it’s just too much pressure. A party doesn’t necessarily have to be a big, extravagant to-do. A party can be as simple... Read more »

Tiny Treat Stand


When I used to live in a tiny home, I wanted a cake stand permanently camped out on the counter to display sweet treats and other bites of goodness. But counter space was sparse, so I simply sighed a lot as I put my baked goods into boring square glass... Read more »

Missoni-Style Vase Cozies


Flowers aren’t the only way to add a pop of color to otherwise plain-Jane vases. With just a bit of yarn and an evening in front of the TV, you can whip up a craftier solution! These vase sleeves are worked up in the current pattern-craze du jour (see my... Read more »

Easy-Run Addressable LED Pixels

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  • 12/18/2012 @ 10:48 pm

If you have the minimum skills in dealing with vector programs or video creations you work with AVI and other video formats, then you can try in the Easy run addressable LED pixels on your way… Programs of LED producers have to use, but only as a translator of your... Read more »