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  • How To Make Wicked Witch Legs

    Materials used: Chicken Wire Scrap cardboard Modpodge glue Newspaper Spray paint Old pair of shoes Scrap wood Pair of long black and white socks How To Make these wicked witch legs: First cut scrap chicken wire to the length of legs. Making sure to add extra for “knee bend”. Then used scrap cardboard to create back section of the leg. Then used newspaper and old phone book pages to paper mache around the legs and then left to dry overnight. Spray painted a pair of shoes Cut a small scrap piece of wood to fit inside the shoe. Then took the piece of wood, put it inside the foot part of the sock, put that into the shoe then pulled the sock onto the leg Placed two pieces of scrap wood into the hedges and flipped the legs upside down onto the scrap wood stakes. more

  • When should you do a car check up?

    Ever wonder when you should get your car serviced? Use this easy check list to help you determine when. Don't forget Woody'a Automotive Group in Chillicothe, Missouri has one amazing service department. We can answer all your questions along with the little things like oil changes! more


    These homemade honey corn dogs are super easy to make and taste 100x better than the ones you buy at the store! You might think that making your own hand-dipped corn dogs would be tedious and time consuming, but they’re actually pretty simple. You need just a few simple ingredients (you might even have all of them on hand) for the batter, some hot dogs and oil for frying. That’s it! These homemade honey corn dogs are perfect as snack or appetizer and are ready to go in just 45 minutes! You'll never go back to the freezer kind! Ingredients ¾ c. yellow cornmeal ¾ c. all-purpose flour 1 tbsp. granulated sugar ¼ tsp. salt 1½ tsp. baking powder 1 egg, lightly beaten 2 tbsp. honey ¾ c. buttermilk* 2 tsp. vegetable oil 12 hot dogs 12 wooden skewers, candy sticks or thin popsicle sticks 2 quarts vegetable oil, for frying Directions In a large pot or Dutch-oven, heat the 2 quarts of oil to 350 degrees. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the cornmeal, flour, sugar, salt and … more

  • DIY Fall Door Decoration

    DIY Wreath You will need the following items for this DIY FallWreath MDF Letters: 1- Mdf Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter F 1- Mdf Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter A 2- MDF Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter L Plaid Mod Podge 8-Ounce, Gloss Plaid:Craft Martha Stewart Basic Brush Set 5/Pkg- Command Wire Hooks, 9-Hook Patterned scrapbook or tissue paper Wide Ribbon scissors Step 1: Turn the scrapbook paper over AND turn your letter over. Trace around your letter, leaving about 1/2 inch border. Cut it out. Step 2: Apply a thick layer of Mod Podge over the front and sides of the MDF letter. Step 3: Apply the scrapbook or tissue paper on the letter. Bend and press around the edges and backside. Make slit cuts along any corner or curves to aid in bending. Patch any exposed areas with pieces of the scrap paper. Smooth out any air bubbles. Step 4: Cover the entire letter with another layer of gloss Mod Podge and allow to dry. Step 5: Tie each letter with … more


    Speed isn't everything, but it sure is something. Ever wondering how fast them sporty, luxury muscle cars can go? Well you are about to find out the top 10 fastest cars and the top speeds that they can reach! Be prepared to be wowed! Hennessey Venom GT Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 Saleen S7 TT Koenigsegg CCX McLaren F1 Zenvo ST1 Lamborghini Veneno Ferrari LaFerrari McLaren P1 more


    Tags: food, munchies, dip, monday, monday muchies, yummy, food lover

    Look for thicker nacho chips or nacho chip scoops that won’t easily break when scooping out the dip. The thin ones are good with queso but for a hearty thick dip like this, you need a sturdy chip! This crazy-good dish is one decadent layer after another of cream cheese, shredded Monterey Jack, scallions, chili, and shredded cheddar cheese – all flavors that perfectly complement each other. Then the chili dip is baked until warm and melted, and finally topped with fresh diced tomatoes, cilantro and sprinkles of more scallions before serving. Served with nacho chips for scooping! INGREDIENTS 8 ounce package of cream cheese, chilled (but not softened to room temperature) 1 cup shredded Monterey jack cheese 1 bunch of scallions (approximately 2 ounces in weight) sliced with green tops and white bottoms separated 2 cups prepared chili (see our Quick and Easy Chile recipe here or see Jack’s Chili recipe here), heated through 1 cup shredded yellow cheddar 1 single tomato, diced 2 … more

  • Owning an Electric Car: Pros and Cons

    When one is about to buy an electric car, considering the pros and the cons is vital. Electric cars have both, as any other thing, so let's take a quick look at them. What would some of the advantages be? Cheaper operating costs Lower per-mile fuel costs because electricity is cheaper than gas Silence is Golden Lower maintenance costs because there are fewer moving parts Recharging Your Battery Pack at Home Powertrain is under warranty for longer than most gas engines (at least eight years/80,000 miles Zero Tailpipe Emissions Can be more fun to drive than gas cars because electric power has continuous torque What about the disadvantages? Range Costs more than equivalent gas cars, but federal and state tax credits, plus direct rebates, reduce cost Charging Typical range of only 75 to 100 miles The high price Long Recharging Time Popularity has made availability of public charging stations a challenge in some areas Added cost of in-home charge Worth the price? … more

  • Pancakes Recipe - LIFEHACK

    Who doesn't love a good pancake? Why waste you hard earned money on a box of pancake mix when you can mix your own recipe right up! Simple, easy, fluffy cakes! Salt sugar baking powder milk flour eggs oil mix all the ingredients pour into the pan and fry LIFEHACK more

  • How to Clean Battery Connections

    Cleaning your battery connections, especially if the terminals are corroded, will help ensure the battery lasts longer and performs well. Corrosion shows up in the form of a crusty, fuzzy-looking substance that leaves a mess on your car battery terminals and cable ends. If enough corrosion forms between the cable ends and the terminals, it can actually prevent the battery’s power from flowing from the battery through the cables. Corrosion forms on the terminal for two main reasons: The terminal and the cable end are different types of metal The battery is off-gassing hydrogen in the charging process Materials Needed Baking soda Petroleum jelly Stiff-bristled brush or wire brush Water Step 1: Sprinkle baking soda over both battery terminals. Use enough for the powder to coat the terminal with a little around the terminal as well. Step 2: Pour a couple tablespoons of water on each terminal. The baking soda will react by bubbling up quite ferociously for a couple seconds. … more

  • LABOR DAY OREO Crunch Parfait

    OREO Crunch Parfait Looking for that patriotic treat to make for your Labor Day Party that will impress everyone! Simple, easy but yummy treat that your kids will love creating with you! Red, White, and OREO! Ingredients 2 cups sliced fresh strawberries (about 16) 1/2 cup thawed frozen whipped topping 8 OREO Cookies, coarsely chopped Instructions LAYER half each of the ingredients in 4 (8-oz.) glasses. REPEAT layers. REFRIGERATE 15 min. more