Published at Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 - 17:33:31 PM. . By Ester Shaffer.
Spread your peanut butter and jelly onto eight whole-wheat hamburger buns. Now heres where the fun begins. Cut four of the eight buns in half. On a large tray or covered cookie sheet, arrange the buns into a shape of a teddy bear. For the tummy, put one whole bun and surround that with 4 half buns. Another whole bun becomes the head/face, with two half buns on the topsides of the head for the ears. Two whole buns become the legs and the final two half buns turn out off of the body to make arms. Garnish the face/head bun with raisin eyes and a strawberry slice mouth and youve got a bear! Use a separate tray for additional sandwiches and watch for all the smiles! Mix some honey and yogurt together for a great dip for cut fruit and your menu is complete!
Earlier balloons were made of dried animal bladders. Modern balloons can be made from materials like rubber, latex, chloroprene or a nylon fabric. The modern balloon was invented my Michael Faraday in the 1800s, but the mass production did not occur until the 1930s. Mostly made of natural latex tapped from rubber trees, the party balloons are commonly used on birthdays. It can be filled with air, helium, water or any other suitable liquid or gas. The rubber makes the volume adjustable.
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