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Jual Grosir Gelang Handmade | Gelang Unik | Gelang Batu Etnik Manik -May 01, 2015, 9:05AM
What a wonderful DIY trick! I think I want to make some soon at home. Keep spreading good vibe, xoxoxo
virginie -Oct 28, 2014, 3:14PM
Wow! great idea. I do bracelets myself and sell them but i find that your model has something delicate and simple yet different. Very indie.

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Ever since I first saw images of yarn bombing, I have always wanted to have a go at it.  Yarn bombing is a form of street art that has spread throughout cities all over the world, and unlike permanent graffiti, it is easy to remove if necessary.  Artists have been choosing anything they desire to yarn bomb, from stand-up telephone booths to even cars. To see such vibrant colors on everyday objects is such a pleasing surprise. Read more »

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Have you guys seen the new Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black?” It seems to be all the rage over here! …Although I only first heard of it recently, when our PR assistant was telling me about an episode where Piper (the main character) makes a muscle rub using jalapeño peppers. Read more »

Jld -Feb 06, 2014, 7:46PM
Oops. Forgot to mention. Be sure to leave the top off the jar the second time or the alcohol won't evaporate.
Jld -Feb 06, 2014, 7:43PM
Hi. What you and Piper made was a crude version of this very effective salve for both Fibromyalgia and Back pain. The preferred way to make this is with dried hot peppers and alcohol and takes a little time and preparation. Begin with a package of DRIED jalapeños. Break off and discard the stems. Blend for 35-45 seconds (don't get too fine) and pour the blended peppers into a jar. Fill the jar with alcohol, rubbing or drinking, cover the jar tightly and let stand on the kitchen counter until the alcohol is infused with the hot pepper. (At least 24 hours). The alcohol will change color as it is infused. Once the mix is infused, strain the peppers out of the alcohol using cheese cloth or a fine strainer and pour the alcohol back into the jar. Put the jar in a warm sunny place where the alcohol can evaporate. Once the alcohol has evaporated you will have in the bottom of the jar the pepper oil. Now add it to the Shay or Cocoa butter. Use two parts butter to one part oil. If you have sensitive skin, cut back on the oil. The butter is stiffer than the oil so you will have to mix it with a spoon or stick. I use Popsicle sticks. BE SURE TO NOT GET THE PURE OIL ON YOUR SKIN. YOU CAN STORE ANY REMAINING OIL IN THE REFER. I suggest making a tiny amount to begin with until you get the percentage of oil to butter to your liking. Don't use it more than three days consecutively on any one place or it will irritate the skin. You can buy small containers for your preparation at stores that provide soap making ingredients or sell bulk lotions for massage therapists. Many natural foods stores carry containers as well.

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One of the most important elements in creating a desirable home is having beautiful scents throughout. I usually love opening windows, displaying fresh flowers, and burning candles to achieve this – and now I have one more to add to the list: oil diffusers. I discovered that you can actually create an oil diffuser at home, and now I’m obsessed. Read more »

krista -Dec 15, 2014, 6:13PM
i use cooking oil instead of water! pine, tangerine, and vanilla scents are my favorite. =)
Moe -Sep 17, 2014, 2:04PM
Love this idea! Just about to hunt for some good twigs! I love the bottle with the feather on it, but I can't seem to figure out what's holding it on there.. does anyone know?

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play and get Minecraft for free -Nov 27, 2013, 3:25PM
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Knitascarf -Aug 05, 2013, 10:33AM
Great idea! I just recently painted my daughters room and I can use the cans. Http://www.learnhowtoknitascarf.com

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Shreya -Feb 24, 2015, 2:50AM
I am planning to do it with a different color tshirt in light dark effect. http://itsevalicious.com/a-watermark-shirt-the-way-to-do-it-yourself
Aundrea -Oct 05, 2014, 1:30PM
Many thanks for this web page, can happily announce we now have a steam shower of our own and we think it's great

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Makayla Brown -Mar 17, 2015, 10:12AM
I didnt have tweezers so i just used a nail clipper and it worked
jenna -Dec 11, 2014, 3:49PM
nice video please never wear such noisy jewelry again

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My Aunt and Uncle have been collecting beach glass for years. When I was recently at their house for a visit, I was fascinated by how many pieces they have acquired over time. I picked up a few and started looking at them. I thought to myself, “There has to be something cool that you can do with all of this glass.” I remembered Julia’s wood photo transfer post, and that gave me the idea to try a photo transfer on a different type of medium-beach glass! I snagged a couple of white pieces from my Aunt and Uncle (with their permission) and tried out the photo transfer technique. Read more »

Isabel -May 26, 2015, 12:05AM
I tried it. It works! How to make it waterproof? I soaked it into water and after some minutes the image fell off from the glass. Can anyone suggest how can I make it waterproof? Thank you!
Angela Downer -Mar 16, 2015, 1:15PM
This is super cute, and it isn't even that hard. My favorite use of it that you showed is for yard decorations. I think I might make some and then hang the glass in my yard, as sort of a makeshift wind chimes.

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Lulu -Jun 08, 2015, 4:27AM
So basic and boring. My brother's friend's wife makes way cooler ones with the wire wrapping and curling around the glass with beads and charms! That's what I want to make. Can't find any tutorials on how to do that anywhere. I'll just have to ask her.
jelly gamat gold -Oct 22, 2014, 3:34PM
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We’ve had these DIY Embroidered iPhone 5 Cases available on our site for a while now, and I feel like they’ve been kind of like a hidden gem, just waiting to be discovered. That’s why today I wanted to let you guys know that they exist — and to try one out for myself! Read more »

asima -Mar 13, 2014, 4:45AM
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ReTreasured Leather -Feb 16, 2014, 7:57AM
Very cute and Unique. Great way to express your individual style!

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Nicole -May 13, 2015, 8:41AM
Thank you for sharing. Here is my recipe for a furniture polish: Mix two parts olive oil and one part lemon juice.
Natalie -Mar 07, 2014, 4:55PM
Is this surface cleaner good on wood and other different types of surfaces?

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My sister recently got a pair of brand new white Converse, and knowing how much I love a blank canvas, she let me get crafty with them! Read more »

Ava -Jan 05, 2014, 1:49PM
I love this idea! Fair warning though, doesn't work as well on low-tops because of the heel support on the back, it is very hard to push a needle through. I broke a needle when I was halfway done! Other than that, turned out perfect!
Gauri Khan -Sep 19, 2013, 5:04AM
I have never though of decorating a shoe like this. But you created a whole new dimension for this. I will defensible try it out for this.

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