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Nikoletta Nikky Pál

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Italian furniture manufacturer Dielle, have created what they call a ‘Container Bed’, which is a normal bed that has been raised to include storage underneath. It’s a solution designed for small apartments that often don’t have enough storage space.

Italian furniture manufacturer Dielle, has created what they call a ‘Container Bed’, which is a normal bed that has been raised to include storage underneath. It’s a solution designed for small apartments that often don’t have enough storage space.

With a quick swipe of Nutella™ and a scattering of nuts, turn refrigerated crescent rolls into a sweet treat! These Chocolate Hazelnut Twists made in muffin tins are super easy and super delicious. Similar to a breakfast croissant, you'll love that they are even portable.

With a quick swipe of Nutella™ and a scattering of nuts, turn refrigerated crescent rolls into a sweet treat! These Chocolate Hazelnut Twists made in muffin tins are super easy and super delicious.

These Raspberry Jam Puff Pastries are easy to assemble and so satisfying. The layers of flaky buttery puff pastry topped with sweet jam make for an impressive and indulgent treat!:

These Raspberry Jam Puff Pastries are easy to assemble and so satisfying. The layers of flaky buttery puff pastry topped with sweet jam make for an impressive and indulgent treat!

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DIY "crackled cystal" snowball ornament: Add a little water to a bowl of Mod Podge, just enough to thin it out a bit. Pour a little in a clear glass ornament, swirl it around to coat the inside, and let the excess drip out. Pour some epsom salt into the ornatment (and maybe a bit of silver gitter as well?), shake it up to coat the inside of the ornament. Let dry and voila! #Snowball

DIY snowball ornament: Add a little water to a bowl of Mod Podge, just enough to thin it out a bit. Pour a little in a clear glass ornament, swirl it around to coat the inside, and let the excess drip out. Pour some epsom salt into th