Shift!Punk!

Jul 28
Jul 28

sidnugget:

when did i get this fat

Jul 28
Jul 28
Jul 26
ddlgdoodles:

These are petplayer (and little) treats, meaning they’re for humans, not for animal consumption.
You will need:

A box of Ready-to-Bake Pie Crust*
You can either buy these frozen and roll them out or you can buy them in boxes (look in the bakery aisle) and all you need to do is add water.
1 Tablespoon of butter
A bottle of cinnamon
Some sugar
Prepare the pie crust as directed and cut out circles with a ridged cookie cutter.
On each cookie, indent with your thumb in the middle and then use your little finger to make the paw’s toes.
Melt your butter, grab a pastry brush, and brush on the butter.Feel free to add a drop of vanilla or almond extract for more flavor.
Sprinkle your mixture of sugar and cinnamon.I recommend pouring about a tablespoon of sugar and a couple of sprinkles of cinnamon. Do it to your taste but try not to go overboard on the cinnamon or it can be overwhelming.
Refer back to your box and bake at the recommended temperature and time.Check on your cookies every so often to make sure they don’t burn. You’ll want them a golden-brown color.
*If you’d rather do this with snickerdoodle cookie dough than pie crust, feel free. I recommend this recipe.

ddlgdoodles:

These are petplayer (and little) treats, meaning they’re for humans, not for animal consumption.

You will need:

  • A box of Ready-to-Bake Pie Crust*
    You can either buy these frozen and roll them out or you can buy them in boxes (look in the bakery aisle) and all you need to do is add water.
  • 1 Tablespoon of butter
  • A bottle of cinnamon
  • Some sugar
  1. Prepare the pie crust as directed and cut out circles with a ridged cookie cutter.
  2. On each cookie, indent with your thumb in the middle and then use your little finger to make the paw’s toes.
  3. Melt your butter, grab a pastry brush, and brush on the butter.
    Feel free to add a drop of vanilla or almond extract for more flavor.
  4. Sprinkle your mixture of sugar and cinnamon.
    I recommend pouring about a tablespoon of sugar and a couple of sprinkles of cinnamon. Do it to your taste but try not to go overboard on the cinnamon or it can be overwhelming.
  5. Refer back to your box and bake at the recommended temperature and time.
    Check on your cookies every so often to make sure they don’t burn. You’ll want them a golden-brown color.

*If you’d rather do this with snickerdoodle cookie dough than pie crust, feel free. I recommend this recipe.

Jul 26
Jul 26
luciadawn:

basically me and Liz


basically me and Lucia

luciadawn:

basically me and Liz

basically me and Lucia
Jul 21
Jul 21
Jul 17