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How to make affordable photo backdrops

Wie man günstig tolle Fotohintergründe herstellt

Are you looking for affordable backdrops for your food photography? Then look no further, I will give you tips below how you can make them yourself and this is me talking, a very clumsy person who has problems assembling IKEA furniture. You don’t have to spend much to make beautiful backdrops, believe me, you can make each backdrop easily to your liking and with your preferred color set. Let’s get started!

Wie man günstig tolle Fotohintergründe herstellt#1 What do you need?

  • Get a chipboard, scrap board, or wooden board at least the size of 60cmx80cm. I like to checkout our local wood market, they often have leftovers they give away for free or very little money
  • You will either need a brush or a small paint roller
  • Lacquer or wood color (try to go with neutral colors, such as black, white, grey, brown, etc. However, I also wanted to make a point here by using a bright blue because in my opinion it gives a very fresh look to food as well. You should definitely go for at least two colors and one of them being neutral)
  • Sanding paper  with different strength, I used 60, 320, and 800
  • Optional: an old sponge or white chalk

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The Very Best Homemade Croissants

Die besten selbstgemachten Croissants

Today I am presenting to you the very best homemade croissants with a step-by-step guide with lots of pictures. Preparation is done over the course of three days and most of the rising times happen during the night. I also give options to either prepare in two days or four days. I did post another croissant recipe about a year ago. But I have learned. When I asked you on Facebook, you indicated you wanted another recipe. So I tried and improved. Until I was happy. So please give the floor to a new and improved croissant recipe, which can be prepared in little chunks in three days! Die besten selbstgemachten Croissants Continue Reading…

Homemade Croissants with Blueberry Raspberry Thyme Jam

Why does baking make me so happy? Why does it relax me, why do I even bother and sometimes (not often, but still) take hours in the kitchen preparing something? There are many reasons for this. Let’s give it a shot: Because it relaxes me, because it is so much fun to watch others when they enjoy something I baked, because I can collect my thoughts while I follow instructions one step at a time, because kneading somehow makes me feel more down to earth, because I feel it is a mini-workout when I knead dough and that makes me proud and because it is creative.Maybe it is precisely because baking requires you to follow the rules strictly, especially if you are a beginner, why I find it challenging and fun to be creative. I may decide to change a basic recipe, turn it up a notch, or I mix flour, butter, sugar and eggs together and hope for the best.

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