A Gift for the “Storyteller”

Part of telling a new story, is telling it in new ways.

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Close your eyes. Picture your family… who in your family is the story teller? Do you have him…or her pictured in your mind? Okay, now how about a really simple gift (under 10 dollars) that will help that person do even more of what they love to do….

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“roll film!”

dice game for under TEN BUCKS

All you need is three main things:

You will need four different colors of paint and out of the pack of cubes, you need four.

waiting for paint to dry

Paint the cubes all different colors of your choice. Let dry. Can you believe it? …your almost done chickadee!

Make each die either a, setting, character, plot, or time die.

For example: Orange rolls the character,

Pink rolls the time…etc.

Write the theme on each die. For example: Character die has (written on each side) Santa, Surfer, Penguin, Zoo Keeper, etc. Here are some ideas to get you “rolling” Heehee! ;)

Setting:
Ocean
Mall
School
Boat
Cave
North Pole
Time:
Morning
Night
Winter
Summer
Holiday
Your Birthday
Character:
Clown
Santa
Monkey
Your name
President
Surfer
Plot:
Stuck in the desert
Shipwrecked
Find a map
Find Bigfoot
Catch a robber
Give a speech

Roll Film dice game

Fill in the “rules” page you can print out above and,

BAM! DONE!

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Wrap in a cute little box with ribbon and give to your little (or big) storyteller on Christmas.

This makes a great stocking stuffer or an “oops! your present didn’t come in the mail yet” kind of gift. ;)

Have A truly Wonderful Christmas Y’all!!!

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Can I see yours? How many dice did you use? Any other ideas? I would love to know!

Comment below

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Post a pic on Twitter and Tag @DIYCaroline in it, or tag me on Facebook: @Sweet16inStitches

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A Tutorial of Deliciousness…

The Ultimate Brownie Recipe!

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

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If you like nuts in your brownies, start by toasting about a cup to a cup and a half of pecans in a medium sauce pan on low heat. 

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Once toasted, lay your nuts on a plate or paper towel, making sure to spread them out evenly so they cool faster. 

 

 

Begin by MELTING your butter.

 

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Cream the melted butter and sugar together in a large bowl.

 

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Add in both your eggs and mix well with an electric mixer.

 

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Now add in your vanilla, oil, cocoa powder, and flour, a little at a time.

Mix until smooth.

 

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Scrape down your bowl and add in your toasted and cooled pecans.

 

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Pour in your white chocolate chips.  I chose white chocolate because you can see them against the darkness of the brownie when you bite into them.

At this point, I give you full permission to use this picture as your desktop background.  It is much to delectable to forget about.

 

 

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Now this is an important step! Grease and foil a 9 x 13” pan.  (All this means is to line your pan with foil and grease the foil.)

 

Now pour your batter into your lined baking pan.

 

Bake on 350 degrees for 30 – 35 minutes, or until a toothpick, when inserted into the middle, comes out with brownie crumbs!

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Have a great and delicious day!

~Bright Eyes

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