First start with a base coat. I use this because my nails are short and this REALLY works!!Now put on a coat of your light nail polish. I prefer nude because it lets the designs on your nails pop out, but you can use any other color as long as it is light.Now take your nail art pen or black nail polish.
Whisk flour and salt in a medium bowl.I like to cube the butter (chilled) first.Then add butter and flour to a food processor, and blend until it resembles course crumbs.Meanwhile make ice water. I hope directions for this aren& 39;t needed :)Slowly add the ice water until it resembles a dough and sticks together, but isn& 39;t too wet.
Remove the old deadbolt.Remove the old strike plate.Remove the old latch.Install the new latch.Install the new strike plate.Install the new electronic deadbolt assembly. Align the shank with the hole on the new latch, and allow the deadbolt wiring to pass through.Install the mounting plate to the inside of the door with the provided screws.
This is a simple dish. I& 39;m certain that families have their own variations and names for it. My grandma called it Humpty Dumpty eggs, I& 39;ve also seen it described in Angela& 39;s Ashes as eggs and goody.The best thing about it is how simple and versatile it is. It& 39;s comfort food, my sisters and I love it and do so our kids, even the ones who say & 39;I hate eggs!