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DIY Shushie

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Hey everyone! Today is Monday and I will be showing you how to make an awesome summer drink! This is a super simple recipe to make and it tastes great! I have already made this twice this summer. That's how good it is! These drinks are great for hot days when you need to cool down. So lets get started!!
Step 1: Gather your supplies: A blender, ice, lemons, a cutting board, a knife, and sugar.
Step 2: Squeeze the juice out of two lemons into a small bowl. Then mix in two (or three depending on how sweet you would like your slushie) Tablespoons of sugar into the lemon. 
Step 3: Blend your ice in the blender.(I used about 7 or 8 cubes of ice). You might need to add a bit of water to help blend the ice smoothly. After your ice has turned to slush you can add your lemon/sugar mixture in. Mix that up and pour into a glass.
And your done!! This makes about one serving of lemon slushie. It is kind of a lot so I would suggest sharing. 

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DIY DONUT CD

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Hey everyone! It's Monday!! And I'm so sorry I haven't posted in 2 weeks but I really needed a break from blogging since I have been so busy with moving. But for today's post I wanted to diy an old clear CD and make it a cut diy donut for decoration! I really like how it turned out and I would definitely make this again. Let me know in the comments if you have any suggestions for any future posts and I'll try to make it happen. So let's get started!
Step 1: To start you are going to need to gather your supplies. You will need, a clear CD, a sheet of colored paper (your choice,I went with pink), markers,scissors, and glue.
Step 2: Start by tracing the size of your CD onto your paper. Then using your scissors cut out your perfect circle with a small whole in the middle.
Step 3: Using your markers make sprinkles on your circle. Make sure to not make to many or it will cover up your whole donut.
Step 4: You are going to need a tissue for this part to spread the glue…