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Small Place Style: Ideas for the Tiny Kitchen

old dresser into kitchen island...wha...?!! Yes!

old dresser into kitchen island...wha...?!! Yes!

Summer bucket list - an exercise in goal setting

We made our first summer bucket list this week...which includes things like a backyard campfire with s'mores, ride bikes as a family, body paints and running through sprinklers, borrow library books then walk to the bakery for cookies....

We made our first summer bucket list this week...which includes things like a backyard campfire with s'mores, ride bikes as a family, body paints and running through sprinklers, borrow library books then walk to the bakery for cookies....

Date night jar with so many ideas

One thing you have to do when you’re a couple is keep the fun alive. You need to put aside a little time for just the two of you, no distractions and enjoy it.

I have made a fun easy date night jar just to help with that time so even if your mind is muffled with the outside world you can easily pick a date to do based on your budget at the time.

The supplies are just what you can find around your house & you can design it any way you’d like :)

Materials you need:

- Glass Jar (any kind like Dolmio, Ragu or any old candle jar will do), 
- Ribbons, Jewels, Feathers, anything you would like for decorating it, 
- Lollipop Sticks (can be found in Easons, Art stores), 
- Permanent Marker, 
- Glue Gun (found in any art shop) or Super Glue, 
- Date Ideas.

One thing you have to do when you’re a couple is keep the fun alive. You need to put aside a little time for just the two of you, no distractions and enjoy it. I have made a fun easy date night jar just to help with that time so even if your mind is muffled with the outside world you can easily pick a date to do based on your budget at the time. The supplies are just what you can find around your house & you can design it any way you’d like :) Materials you need: - Glass Jar (any kind like Dolmio, Ragu or any old candle jar will do), - Ribbons, Jewels, Feathers, anything you would like for decorating it, - Lollipop Sticks (can be found in Easons, Art stores), - Permanent Marker, - Glue Gun (found in any art shop) or Super Glue, - Date Ideas.

How to Draw Realistic Hair

1- After you draw a simple head and shoulders think about what type of hair style you want your creation to have then think about the texture and thickness of the person's hair.

2- Start with where the hair separates (often called the part) in the hair if you are drawing a person with loose hair, the hair line if the person has their hair pulled or sleeked back.

3- Draw loose, don't stiffen up, the hair will look stiff, let your hand flow.

1- After you draw a simple head and shoulders think about what type of hair style you want your creation to have then think about the texture and thickness of the person's hair. 2- Start with where the hair separates (often called the part) in the hair if you are drawing a person with loose hair, the hair line if the person has their hair pulled or sleeked back. 3- Draw loose, don't stiffen up, the hair will look stiff, let your hand flow.

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