Friday, September 25, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Lens Day Challenge for this week is Wall.
This is a pic from my kawaii room, what was my kawaii room.. lol its now my boyfriends daughters room.. she loved my kawaii things and has allot of my plushes in her room..
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Name of Product: My Pal Scout Electronic Plush Toy Dogs
Units: About 3,700
Manufacturer: LeapFrog Enterprises Inc., of Emeryville, Calif.
Hazard: The decals on the paws of the plush toy can be removed and ingested by a child, posing a choking hazard.
Incidents/Injuries: LeapFrog has received two reports of children removing the decals from this toy, including one report of a child ingesting part of the decal.
Description: This recall involves My Pal Scout, a green and beige electronic plush dog with plastic decals on its paws. When those decals are pushed, the dog plays songs, speaks and barks. “Scout” is printed on the dog tag at the dog’s neck. The plush dog measures about 9 inches high by 9 inches wide. “LeapFrog Ent. Item No. 19142” is printed on the white tag attached to the dog and on the toy’s packaging. My Pal Scout dogs with embroidered paws are not included in this recall.
Sold at: Toys “R” Us stores nationwide, and on the Web at www.toysrus.com, www.leapfrog.com and other retail Web sites from May 2009 through June 2009 for about $20.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the toy away from young children and contact LeapFrog to receive a replacement My Pal Scout with embroidered paws rather than decals.
Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact LeapFrog at (800) 701-5327 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday, and on Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET, or visit the firm’s Web site at http://www.leapfrog.com/en/home/support/product_recalls.html
Name of product: Infant Toys
Units: About 172,000 in the United States, and 12,000 in Canada
Distributor: Infantino LLC, of San Diego, Calif.
Hazard: The infant toys have blue metallic fabric that can detach from the toy, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 45 reports of the metallic fabric detaching from the toys. No injuries have been reported.
Description: The recalled infant toys and their model numbers are listed below.
Name of Toy
Infantino Lil' Chef Set
158-201 and 558-201
Infantino Activity Stacker
Infantino Tag Along Chime Trio
The model number is located on a yellow tag on the toy.
Sold at: Babies “R” Us, Target, Wal-Mart, Meijer and other specialty stores from June 2007 through February 2009 for between $10 and $20.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from young children and contact Infantino for a free replacement toy or product.
Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Infantino toll-free at (888) 808-3111 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s Web site at http://service.infantino.com/
Note: Health Canada’s press release is available at http://188.8.131.52/PR/recall-retrait-e.jsp?re_id=689
Cream cheese or American cheese
Cilantro or parsley sprigs
1. Spread cream cheese or lay American cheese slices on sun-dried-tomato tortillas. 2. Roll them up, then cut them into 1-inch sections. Secure with a toothpick topped with a cilantro or parsley sprig.
1 tube of refrigerated breadstick dough (we used an 11-ounce tube to make 12 bones)
1. Unroll a tube of refrigerated breadstick dough and separate the rectangular pieces. 2. Working with one piece at a time, stretch the dough to lengthen it a bit and then use kitchen scissors or a knife to cut a 11/2-inch slit in the center of each end. 3. Roll or shape the resulting four flaps of dough into knobs that look like the ends of a bone. 4. Place the dough bones on an ungreased baking sheet, spacing them a few inches apart, and sprinkle on a little coarse salt. Bake the bones until they are light golden brown, about 12 minutes.
Fresh green pear (makes 2 heads and noses)
2 raisins (eyes)
1 chocolate chip (wart)
Red apple (mouth)
Canned chocolate frosting
Oreo ice-cream cone (hat)
Large, soft chocolate cookie (hat); we used an Archway Dutch Cocoa Cookie
Carrot (hair) and grater
1. Cut the pear in half lengthwise and remove the core (a parent's job). Place one pear half on a plate as shown. 2. Slice a piece off the top of the pear, cutting away from the forehead at an angle. Shape that piece into a nose; carve a notch into the witch's face to hold it, and set it in place. 3. Attach the eyes and wart by carving small circles in the face to hold them. 4. Cut a grin from the red apple. Carve out an area on the face to hold the grin, and put it in place. 5. To make the hat, use frosting to glue the cone to the cookie. Let the frosting harden a bit, then place the hat on the head. 6. Grate lengths of carrot hair and tuck them underneath the hat.
Tip: If your child is too young to handle a knife, cut the nose and mouth and have him assemble the face with frosting.
FOR 8 SERVINGS:
1/2 cup small tapioca pearls (found in the baking aisle of most grocery stores)
4 tablespoons sugar
8 gummy fish
8 gummy worms
1. MAKE THE EGGS: Bring 6 cups of water to a boil and add the tapioca pearls. Reduce the heat slightly and boil the pearls, stirring occasionally, for 20 to 25 minutes. 2. COLOR THE EGGS: Divide the pearls, with the remaining water, between two bowls. Add 4 drops of food coloring (we used 3 drops of yellow and 1 drop of green in one bowl, and 4 drops of blue in the other) and 2 tablespoons of sugar to each bowl. Stir the mixtures, then allow them to sit uncovered for 20 to 25 minutes. Drain and rinse the pearls with cold water. 3. ASSEMBLE THE DRINK: Spoon 2 tablespoons of pearls into each glass and drop in a gummy fish. Fill the glasses with seltzer water, then add a splash of lemonade. Place a gummy worm around a spoon as shown.