Here’s the story of a man-cold, Inception and Tiddles.
I’ve never liked the phrase ‘whatever floats your boat’. Boats, by definition, are vessels that float on the water. It’s a self-referential argument. It is water that’s floating my boating but boats can only float on water so what floats my boat can only be water. It should be ‘whatever keeps your boat afloat’, meaning you need to do all you can to keep your boat afloat.
It's no secret that I'm really meticulous when it comes to my nails. You could go so far as to say I'm a little neurotic about them. Here's how my painting ritual usually goes...
Today's theme is the border manicure: I really wish I had some glequins lying around for this. I love the look of glequin border manis but sadly I don't have any glequins....so here's my contribution.
Some things never change - like, for example, the simple satisfaction from a job well done. When there is a problem with something, and you are able to fix it and make it better again, or build something from scratch, that is some powerful sense of accomplishment right there. I can think of only one thing better than being a successful “DIY”er.
Once upon a time, there was a very quiet fourth grader who participated in way too many activities. She was in Girl Scouts (for what ended up being 9 years), ballet, jazz, tennis, and soccer. One day, her mom bought her a barn with toy horses to attach to her doll house. The next day her mom found a barn that offered riding lessons.
Pisanka (or plural: pisanki) is a name for eggs ornamented especially for Easter. There are many various techniques for decorating Easter eggs.
Today, I'm introducing one of the traditional ways, boiling eggs in a decoction of plants or other natural products. In this case: onion peels.
Let's get started! ^^
WHAT WE NEED?
inner tube of a bicycle (or elastic bands)