Sometimes It's hard to find the perfect gift for the non-vegetarian man in your life. This year Mackenzie surprised her beau with a dozen roses... made out of bacon!
How she did it:
Rolled 12 bacon strips on a baking sheet and slow cooked those babies to perfection.
Removed the pedals from the roses and kept the stems
Toothpick attached the bacon roses to the stems
Rubber banded the stems together so they don't droop under the weight of the succulent bacon
Place the left over pedals into the jar (you can also sprinkle them on your bed, on the dinner table or as a sexy trail of clues leading the unsuspecting to find the bacon roses)
Sheer genius, Mackenzie! Now I finally understand the true meaning of love ;')
(Thats a winking/crying emodocon)
Edible Arrangements could learn a thing or two from creative minds like our friend Mackenzie.
So whoever you are, If you read this the second I post, which you should, there is still time to admit your unwavering love for whoever and warm their heart with truth, love and bacon roses.
Suprise your amour and help him/her enjoy!
Happy Valentines Day, Y'all!
Kudroff is a young artist freshly moved to the bay area after studying and living in New York for some years. She specializes in making quality fabric art creations. Here are some example of the magic below.
She graduated from Columbia University
She is ready and willing to do commission work
The pieces sell for anywhere between 45 - 500 US dollars depending on the time and complexity involved
All of these creations are completely sewn by hand and constructed from "orphaned fabrics"
This is a couple looking out at the sweet night sky. "First Date"
This is a man singing sun flowers "Sun Flower Mouth"
An old fellow pillow. And a spring smile banner.
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Shop her ready-made items on etsy!
What lovely additions these could make to your home!
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