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Creating masterpieces out of the ordinary
I am loving these masterpieces created out of everyday stuff. Just look at this whimsical chandelier made out of shuttlecocks...pretty isn't it? This one has been created by Designer Gitta Schwendtner. I bet you can't even guess what this chandlier is made up of. Here...here... let me give it away, plastic bags...yes the same ones that have been banned at Delhi. Spectacular!! British Designer Monica Hughes has created this warm and feathery lamp. Ooooo...these super cute blossoms are made…
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If you've not experienced labor pains yourself, it' can be hard to imagine what it feels like. Watch 2 men undergo simulated labor pains using electrodes and see how they handle the pain.
How To Remove Sweat Stains The Easy Way
No one wants sweat stains on their shirts, but they can be next to impossible to remove! Learn the easiest and most effective way to remove sweat stains.
Fine and Feathered | Lifestyle and Fashion Trend
Fine and Feathered is a Popular Lifestyle and Fashion Trend Blog. It covers Fashion, Lifestyle, Home, Beauty, DIY, and Tips.
Yes, the secret is out.(This secret, here.) And let me just say........wow. And thank you. Thanks for all of the well wishes and congratulations. And in a cyber-kind-of-way......making me feel through your comments like you just dropped off a plate of warm cookies. Or a bag of candy corn. Haha. But really, thanks. And yes, I'm thrilled to create many more little eensy-weensy outfits.....so stay tuned. :) (And that little dress I made is a pattern in the works. I was thinking next spring but…
Inspired by numerous Pins to make some melted crayon art: There are lots of different versions of this, and various techniques, including using a hair dryer, glue gun, or even an oven to melt your crayons. My little one had to do a 100th Day of School project, which involved making a display of 100 things. We brainstormed some ideas, and she looked at a bunch of pictures before settling on using 100 crayons. She had hoped to make a heart shape, but we couldn't fit all the crayons onto the…