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How To: Frost your pink nails with diamonds

In this tutorial, we learn how to frost your pink nails with diamonds. First, you will paint your nails with a light pink nail color. After the first layer dries, you will need to paint over it so the color is more bright. After this, drop on some Speed Dry drops to the nails so the nail polish dries even quicker! From here, apply some clear nail polish and then quickly apply small rhinestones to the top of the nails. After this, brush on glitter to this and then let them dry. Repeat this on ...

How To: Make Easter bunny cupcakes

This Family Fun video shows how to make very cute Easter Bunny cupcakes. This is a great project to do with kids. You will need some cupcakes, white frosting, shredded coconut, pink decorating sugar, pink jellybeans, small round blue dot candies, marshmallows, and pink and black decorating gel.

How To: Do the lighter makeup look from the Taylor Swift music video for "Mine"

Taylor Swift is one of the most talented and most beautiful musicians to grace the pop stage in quite some time. Her latest single "Mine" lives up to the legacy of her past hits by being insanely catchy and having really clever, deep lyrics. If you liked the makeup look she rocked in the music video, watch this. It will show you how to recreate that look yourself. No word on how to replicate the blonde guy though...

How To: Cover a baked cake with fondant frosting

Learn how to frost a cake with fondant frosting! Actually, it's not really frosting, it's more like applying or covering or coating a cake with fondant. This kind of frosting is the kind most typical of wedding cakes and specialty cakes. You can find fondant frosting at cake decoration shops all around and even at some crafts stores. This frosting adds an element of elegance to any cake!

How To: Make a Noel cake with Sandra Lee

To decorate a noel cake, buy four layers of chocolate (two large sized, two small sized), two layers of spice cake (two medium sized), and a chocolate cupcake. Using a long serated knife, trim the tops of the cake to make the even. Put the one of the large chocoate cakes on your serving plater and put some frosting on top to "glue" it to the next layer. Now put the other large chocolate cake on top and gently press it into place. Frost the sides of the layer. Place a cardboard circle that is ...

How To: Make chocolate ganache frosting with Rose Beranbaum

Rose Levy Beranbaum demonstrates how to make a simple and delicious chocolate ganache frosting, and gives tips for frosting the cake. Only two ingredients are needed - 12 ounces of semi-sweet or bittersweet chocolate, whichever you prefer, and 1 2/3 cups of heavy cream. Grate the chocolate in the food processor, then with the motor running pour in the cream, and it’s done. However, it needs to sit for a few hours to thicken. You can refrigerate it but don’t stir it.

How To: Crumb coat a cake

Leif Hanson for the Betty Crocker Kitchens shows how to crumb coat a cake. This is when you put a thin layer of frosting on the cake to hold the crumbs in. She starts with a square cake with exposed edges. First, you take a big scoop of frosting and put it on top of the cake. Next, you spread it around with a spatula. As you spread it evenly you want it to go over each edge and corner, but don't let the corners sag. Next, she loads the spatula, fills it from the top edge to the bottom edge, w...

How To: Make unique decorations on cupcakes

Baker Michael Anderson shows how to make three different festive cupcake decorations. Learn to adorn your cupcakes with either a reindeer, poinsettia, or holiday wreath made of frosting. The reindeer is made using brown, white, and black frosting, complete with a pair or pretzel antlers. For the poinsettia, red frosting is used for the petals, with yellow stamens and contrasting green for the leaves. The wreath uses heaps of green frosting with colorful sprinkles and a pretty red frosting bow...

How To: Create a hot bombshell look with MAC makeup

Turn heads where ever you go with this gorgeous bombshell makeup look. This look uses the following products MAC Studio Fix Fluid, BE Foundation, Nars Laguna Bronzer, Pleasantry blush, MAC Cream Base in “pearl”, MAC Painterly Paintpot, MAC Black Tied eyeshadow, MAC Wedge eyeshadow, MAC White Frost eyeshadow, MAC Blacktrack Fluidline, Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner in “zero”, Clinique High Definition Mascara, NYC Falsies, NYX lipstick in “Heiress”, any frosty pink lipgloss. With the tips from this ...

How To: Make a pirate cake

This video shows us how to make and decorate a cake that looks like a pirate. You will need 1 baked 9' round cake, 2 1/2 cups of white frosting, 1 1/2 cups red frosting, 1 TBSP. brown frosting, chocolate cookie crumbs, mini jaw breakers, fruit leather, an M & M, a peppermint patty, black licorice, red licorice, Tic Tacs, and a marshmallow.

How To: Apply a royal blue smoky eye makeup look

Any color, like royal blue in this how-to video, can beautifully create a smoky eye look. Use these cosmetics to create this look: Revlon Colorstay SPF 6 foundation (oily/combo) in Golden Beige, Physician's Formula Bronze Gems bronzer, Estee Lauder blush in "Fresh Plum," Too Faced Shadow Insurance, Revlon Illuminance Creme shadow in "Twilight," Covergirl "Tropical Fusion" quad, Too Faced "Smokey Eye" shadow collection, Covergirl shadow in "Champagne," Almay black eyeliner, L'oreal Double Exte...

How To: Create a sweet pink makeup look

This look is an interesting sweet pink makeup look that includes bright, light pink eyeshadow as well as a shiny pink lip gloss. Using mostly pink eyeshadow and applying them over the crease in your eyelid, you will be sure to bring more emphasis to your eyes. While most layers of the pink eyeshadow are initially hard to see, the various steps outlined in this video will be sure to give you a cute look involving lots of pink makeup which Aubrey calls the "Girl Next Door" look.

How To: Make a dinosaur birthday cake

Learn from Betty Crocker Kitchens, how to easily and quickly make a dinosaur birthday cake. You do not need a special cake pan for this recipe. She uses two 9" round cakes, to cut all the shapes you need to make the dinosaur. It is only required to cut out 3 shapes, and you can print the templates from their website. After the shapes are cut, you use the frosting to "glue" the cake to the platter you are working on and then spread a thin layer of the frosting all over the cake to seal in the ...

How To: Make a rubber ducky birthday cake

This video is a demonstration on how to bake a lovely rubber ducky cake for your baby's first birthday. You will need one 8 inch round, one 9 inch round and one small cake baked in a ten ounce custard cup. The dome of the 8 inch cake is cut and kept inverted. The edges of the 9 inch cake should be cut and kept on the 8 inch base with yellow frosting in between. The edges of the custard cake is trimmed and set on the 9 inch cake with some frosting underneath and it acts as the head of the duck...

How To: Make your own frosting plug

This is a video tutorial that is showing its audience how to make their own frosting plug for when you need to decorate cakes, cookies, pies, or cupcakes. The first step in making your own frosting plug is to put a piece of plastic wrap onto your counter. Spread it out so that it is in a square shape. Next put a dollop of frosting onto the piece of plastic and roll up your plastic. Next after the plastic is rolled into a tube you can get your plastic bag with your attached frosting plug and c...

How To: 6 Hilarious Anti-Valentine's Day Treats

Valentine's Day can seem like Singles Awareness Day if you're newly broken up, but that's all the more reason to treat yourself on this pink-and-red consumerist holiday. Whether you're happily single or bitter and bitchy, there's definitely something on this list of Anti-Valentine's Day treats to fit your mood. Remember: cake is still cake!

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