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How to Make Flower Sushi Art – Amazing Food Recipe

How you can Make Flower Sushi ArtHi all people, i’m Davy Devaux and i’m going to exhibit you guys tips on how to make flower sushi. Ok, let’s make a flower sushi roll, youstart by using taking two 1/2 sheets of Nori, and splitting them into three, so that you simply laythem over each and every other, fold them over into three portions like so, and now cut them. Now you’re going to wish 5, because you’regoing to need to make petals out of this, so just throw one away and you’ve got fiveequal pieces of Nori.You want to make each and every of the flower petalsthe equal size and weight so you’re taking about 30-grams, which is one ounce of purple sushirice, and you position your red sushi rice in the center identical to that. And then once it’s in the core what youdo is you just deliver in the aspects, like so, and you do not even need to curl it you justhave to make one aspect fairly smaller, and this makes that tear drop petal form whichyou’re looking for. Ok, so now you simply make five of these. There we go, we made the five petals now youmake your carrot cylinder.What you do is you’re taking a rectangle pieceof carrot, lengthy adequate to move all of the way by means of a 1/2 sheet of Nori, like so, and then youjust make it into a circle along with your knife by way of scraping off the corners — wonderful,accomplished. Now you are taking 1/2 a sheet of Nori situation itin your hand and situation three of the petals with the sharp bit facing to the inside. And now where all of them meet you place your cylindercarrot, then position the final two so that they perfectly makes a circle if you want to assemble your flower.There we go, lovely. Alright now you simply seal it around and ifit doesn’t shut quickly after just take three or four kernels of rice and just squash themat the end piece, and that is extra like glue so you just press it there and then you definitely sealit. Now to assemble the flower, you’re taking halfa sheet and a further 1/2 sheet and also you glue them along with a few portions of rice. Simply squish them over the brink and this actsas glue, situation it over and this makes a very lengthy piece of Nori, you’re going to need thisfor this roll. Now you situation it on a bamboo rolling mat andnow you want to unfold some rice. You don’t want go together with an quantity of rice youjust wish to go kind of what feels correct.So make an extraordinarily skinny layer of rice, coveringabout eighty% of the sheet. Now what you need to do is make three littlewalls or rice standing quite just about each and every different, like so. K, that is one wall, this wall is two, ok– stunning. After which wall number three. As soon as you might have finished your walls sprinkle a littlebit of sesame seeds over it, there we go. Now add a couple portions of Nori in betweenthese walls, like so — okay, wonderful. Now in these troughs what you wish to have to do isjust add a little little bit of minced strawberries, do not overfill it, you need to be very-verysubtle with this, very little bit. These are like small unopened flowers. After which conclude it off with a few piecesof some very thinly sliced cucumber epidermis in order that they’re very inexperienced. Now you add your flower piece proper right here — k,superb.And you then just need to seal these up, closethem — just right. And now you add a bit of kampyo bundle…Ifyou wish to know the way to make these, determine out my different movies, a hyperlink has simply appearedon the left nook on the way to take you to Sushi Letters. Okay so now earlier than you seal it, you add alittle little bit of rice proper here in between the kampyo and the flower, so it just fills upand would not crinkle up. K and then it’s only a question of closingthe sushi roll — there we go, attractive. So now dip your knife in some water simply sothe rice would not persist with it so much, and then simply with ease cut via, revealing the beautifulflower under. The kampyo made a first-rate stalk of the flower,these are closed vegetation still, the golf green is like leaves and that is — well you cansee what it’s, wonderful.O.K. Now just conclude your cuts. You should get about three vegetation, more orless, and two end portions which aren’t very priceless. All right, that was once the best way to make Flower Sushi,i hope you loved watching this video. When you did press the like button and if youare no longer subscribed, subscribe now on the top left corner. If you wish to watch more of my videos a linkjust seemed on the correct so they can take you to all my videos, check them out, hopeyou revel in them. That is all, see you next week. Finish.



How to Make a Handmade Paper Picture Frame

[Music] methods to make a handmade paper photograph body handmade paper frames make attractive borders for pictures create a customized handmade paper body utilizing the next steps you are going to need a sheet of cardstock a cardboard or a thick plastic sheet a craft knife a mold and deckle a vat of paper pulp a flat floor a damp material and tape not obligatory two flat snapshot frames and a screen step 1 decide upon a bit of heavy cardstock that’s better than the picture you desire to border trace the shape of the cardstock onto a cardboard or plastic sheet that is the same measurement as your mildew and deckle permitting for one more inch on each and every aspect cut out the shape using your craft knife step 2 location the cardboard stencil between your mold and deckle dip the mold and deckle into the VAT of paper pulp at a 45-degree perspective and draw them towards you if you happen to are not able to find a mold and deckle at a craft retailer construct your possess from two flat photo frames with a screen hooked up to considered one of them step three raise the mildew deckle and stencil to the skin in a single continuous motion then take away them from the pole permit the water to empty shaking the mildew and deckle from part to facet step four get rid of the deckle and switch the layer of pulp throughout the stencil to a flat floor protected with the aid of a damp material by using putting the mould upside down on the surface tapping the display a couple of occasions after which raising the mildew up let the paper dry step 5 cut a window for the photograph out of the paper body along with your craft knife and then tape the picture to the back of the body subsequently tape the cardboard stock backing over the back of the body did you know the picture body was once a late progress in Western art gaining popularity throughout the Renaissance in Europe you



How to Cut Lillypilly Copper Sheets

hi this is julie with beadaholique.com pursuits so i’ve laid out an assortment here and i have a couple different styles going obviously and you’ll see i have different embossed patterns and then i also have different patinas on top of them one thing i do want to let you know is that this is actually the same patina but it’s a different coverage and these are all gonna vary of course these are different sheets because one is embossed and one isn’t but the patina you’ll see even if it’s the same style of patina the actual pattern and the amount it covers is going to vary which makes for really unique art pieces so I’ve got these wonderful embossed sheets and also a couple solid ones too that are thirty six gauge thirty-six gauge isn’t gonna be it’s really flexible I can just bend it with my hands is not taking any strength and then I’ve also got a much stronger very sturdy 24 gauge sheet as well and these are all in the copper you’ll see they’ve got their nice copper backs I have an inspiration project here that I’ve done and that’s a little headband where I’ve taken the lillypilly copper sheets actually cut a round to fit within the bezel setting here and then I took little ones that I hole punched and then I just curled their edges with my fingers so I want to show you how easy this is to cut I’ve got some sheets here I’ve already been working on now if you’re working with a 36 gauge you can cut it with a pair of scissors you can just go like that so you can get nice curves to it or if you like you can cut it with a pair of metal shears it’s gonna cut real easy as well and what’s great about the 36 gauge is you can actually hold punch it with a paper punch now bear in mind paper punches were not intended for this purpose so it is going to wear down your paper punch a lot quicker than if you’re using paper all you have to do put it in there and what’s nice you can actually see where you’re gonna punch it and I like to use both hands so I put it over it squeeze and it punches a little circle for you or whatever shape punch you have you can tell it does ruffle the edges a little bit and you can just flatten that out with your fingers or if you like you can curve it up into whatever shape you desire the edges will be a little bit sharp this is nice and rounded here but if you had a paper cutter that had square corners they are going to be a little bit sharp so bear that in mind now if you wanted to use the 24 gauge copper sheeting what you’re going to need to cut it with is not a pair of scissors but you will need your middle shears or a jeweler saw and so to cut this you can see I’ve already cut a little notch just cut it like so and it’s very easy to cut and again it will have some sharp edges so you might want to file those down with a diamond file now another option in addition to the paper punches are metal hole punches I’ve got a little round one here a 1.8 millimeter and you’ll see it all you have to do put the sheet between the two noses and punch you have a perfect little hole and that is all there is to cutting and using the lillypilly copper sheets you



How to Make a Sofa Bed

Today were gonna make a sofa that turns into a chaise long a bed, has storage underneath and even a coffe table. Let’s Begin! I need a place for friends and family to sit when they come over. I made a few sketches and small scale models to visualize what I was looking for but none of them seemed to work both aesthetically and functionally Until I came up with this simple looking idea. I challenged myself to create this piece of furniture without using any specific metal hardware to flip. The width is around 1 meter and it was made to fit a specific place near my desk. So the way I built this is appropriate for small sofas and if your idea is to make it larger than 1 meter, you should reinforce the sitting board with steel bar or try some design changes. I used 2 sheets of 21mm birch plywood and you can build the whole project using just a circular saw and a drill. I will use some other power tools because I have them.I got the main cuts done at the lumber store and now I am getting everything perfectly sized. To join the pieces together I utilized a doweling jig from Rockler that is really easy to use and I get perfect results with it. I just simply created lines on the pieces to be connected and then aligned the mark on the jig with the pencil line. Clamp it and drill the hole. The same goes for the vertical holes. Then I grab some 3/8th or 9,5 mm dowels and glue everything in place. Since I don’t have many clamps, I had to wait for every joint to be glued to move on to the next one.The back of the bottom module will be closed and I thought it was better to insert the back piece in place and trace the pencil line so I could later repeat the doweling process and get it nicely fitted. This bar clamp came out very convenient I could slide off the jaw, insert the bar in the tight space between the other clamps and then reattach the jaw in the correct position. On the bottom module I screwed two strips of plywood instead of a full board because it just wasn’t necessary and would make the whole box much heavier for no good reason Checking for fit and seems good that I can still slide out the bottom module with me stitting over the main module, which means the birch plywood doesnt flex that much. I cleaned the burned edges a bit before going ahead and cut the triangles for the backboard. I just quickly made a jig for my table saw to easily cut the diagonals for these two rectangles.I always like to check how things are going before attaching and gluing them together. I marked the ends of the triangles so I knew where to glue them and repeated all the doweling jig procedures. Just pay attention to how deep you are drilling the holes so you dont end up going all the way through the material. I used the complementary triangle to help with the clamping. While the glue was drying I added a back piece to the main seat module. I just want to take a few seconds to thank all my patreon supporters I’m actually providing the plans for this project to all my patrons as a manner of saying thank you for all the amazing support and being waiting so patiently I’ll put the link below in case you want to take a look.I scraped off the glue and flushed everything with a block plane. To make the drawer I wanted to use some scraps of plywood and hardboard that I had, since they didnt matter as much in terms of aspect. So I brought the table saw out, like I usually do to avoid making big quantities of dust inside and was actually quite hard to find a moment to make these cuts since it was raining so much all the time on the last weeks here in Porto. So I cut the two sides for the drawer and the false front from the same birch plywood I used in the project and the front and back from the other random plywood I had. I needed to create a groove for the bottom piece to fit in so I removed the splitter from the insert plate and sneaked the cut until I got it right.You can also use a router to make this groove or even the circular saw as I mentioned before that this project can be done just using it along with a drill. I didnt want any nails or screws showing up on the sides of the drawer so I created sort of a rabbet to join the pieces together with pin nails and screws that will later be covered by the false front. The drawer was pretty big so I thought it was a good idea to add some hardwood strip in the middle So I created some pockets for the wood strip and finally glued and attach the drawer pieces At this point the drawer didnt fit inside the module spacing adding the drawer slides So I had to remove a bit of material on each side At first I was really annoyed but then I accepted the mistake and ended up turning it into a nice visual detail. So I painted it white because the inner plies dont look as good as the outer faces of the plywood and also painted the hardboard for the drawer bottom and cut it to size by removing all the edges that weren’t in good shape.Made some final touch on the drawer side and then I inserted and screwed the bottom board. I wanted to get rid of that dark spot on the face of the drawer so i cut the hole for the hand with that intention in mind. I dont have a vise and these handscrew clamps come really handy when holding workpieces to the table.These strips will bring the top of the module fairly leveled to the main sitting module so you dont feel uneveness when you set it up to bed mode. Here I traced the contours on both parts to find the exact center of the squares. Then I drilled some holes and sliced a 15 mm dowel to fit in half of the holes. Those little bumps will allow the strips to engage with the module. Now its time to figure out the correct spot for the pivot point. There are endless options but in my case, I wanted to preserve as much as possible of the sitting surface as well as getting the smallest gap possible when the backboard is positioned horizontally. I had to make sure I got enough clearance for the pivoting action to happen so that the backboard doesnt hit the horizontal board. Also, when we push the backboard down, the square angle of the triangle wants to go below the floor, which, in fact, makes the sitting module lift a bit when the rotation occurs.But that doesnt really matter and it will work just fine. Just make sure no one is sitting on the sofa when you push it down This is what I used to hold the backboard to the sitting module. I dont know how these are called, but I guess they are very commonly used in outdoor wooden furniture. I clamped a piece of wood to prevent tear out and threaded the metal fasteners with two hex keys. Turned out that the triangles were a bit too small to match the height of the sides of the sofa so I had to glue a strip of wood. I also painted it white to match the detail on the sides of the drawer and this way everything seems more connected. Before painting, I filled the nail holes and some wood defects and let it to dry.I then sanded everything nicely and masked the areas for the paint. This is a jig I made specifically to drill holes in the exact same place on each edge of different pieces. I will be connecting the triangles with powerful magnets but at this point I wasnt sure I would need something else to assure its stability. So I had the idea of having some wedges reinforcing the connection of the triangles but then I realized that the magnets were holding both pieces very firmly so there was no need to use the wedges.I needed to add a little dowel though, just to prevent the outer triangles to slide off while the rotation occurs. I finally sanded everything smooth by hand and applied four coats of acrylic matt varnish with light sanding in between. I reattached the backboard to the sitting module and made sure it was working just fine. Then I traced the thickness of the false front so I could screw the drawer slides in the proper place. I put some scrap plywood and two metal strips inside the cabinet to raise the drawer just a tiny bit and screwed it to the slides.I removed some material from the inside front to clear out the hole for the hand and installed the main front in place. Now lets work on the fluffy part of the project. Yet not so fluffy for my patience I used 8 cm good quality foam and wrapped it with some polyester batting. I used spray adhesive to stick the materials together and repeated the process for the three foams pieces. This is the fabric and here I was trying to figure out how to sew it. It wasn’t easy and I was lucky to have an old floor cushion to study how the folds were made. Still, I couldnt figure it out just by looking at it assembled, so I tore it apart to clearly see what was going on on each fold. I inserted and removed the foam three times to make sure it was going well in each sewing step and I must say it is a pain in the ass to insert them but it the end it worked really well. I just didnt want to make the cushions all separate because I was afraid they would wiggle around too much when sitting and laying on the sofa, so thats why I ended up making sort of a mattress that is foldable.Aaaand its done. I feel proud of being able to bring this idea to shape that is full of small details that you might not see when looking at the overall piece. And I am really happy that I turned the small mistakes into design details that actually give the whole piece an unique look and personality. So I hope you enjoyed this project as well as the story of how I built it even though it came out pretty short and compressed. For more details check out the Plans that can be found in the description. The sofa is plenty strong for the purpose and I accomplished the idea of turning a sofa into a multi functional piece of furniture without using any specific metal hardware, and I hope this can be interesting to you as well. All right Thank you so much for watching and sticking until the end of the video and a big thanks to Rockler for making this project possible Sooo…I’ll catch you guys later.




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