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Do it Yourself
May 20, 2010, 5:00 pm
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Check out this cool wine bottle torch! It’s perfect for the summer! Check out how to do it at gerardot&!


Do it Yourself
May 7, 2010, 10:48 pm
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The Sketchbook Project is a cool concept that any aspiring artist can participate in. They call it a “concert tour with sketchbooks.”  It’s a project where books are made by regular joes and then diplayed in different art exhibits around the country. Each sketchbook has a barcode where they count how many times your sketchbook has been picked up and looked at during it’s countrywide tour. Sign up at until Oct. 31st, 2010!

Do It Yourself
April 2, 2010, 2:40 am
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I know we all love a good Hostess Twinkie from time to time, but they are just sooo bad for you! Well you’re in luck folks! The Huffington Post has posted a video from on how to make an organic one! It’s a great way to start into a healthy lifestyle without compromising your sweet tooth! One step at the time folks! One step at the time……….. 😉


Do It Yourself
March 5, 2010, 8:35 pm
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What you need:
1. Paint brushes—available at hardware stores and art supply stores.
2. Fabric paint—available at any craft store.
3. Jeans—we like a classic, skinnier cut for this look best.
4. Newspaper or a dropcloth

What to do:
1. Cover an even surface with newspaper or a dropcloth and lay jeans down flat.
2. Start by brushing random strokes of paint onto your jeans.
3. Using the paintbrush and your hand, gently flick paint spots and splotches to blend with strokes.
4. Let jeans dry flat before wearing, about two hours.

Article via Refinery29.c0m

Free DIY of the Week
January 13, 2010, 8:46 pm
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Free DIY of the Week
January 8, 2010, 11:21 pm
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Learn how to capture better pictures with your digital next time you find a dope scene to snap! Thanks to Travel&Leisure Magazine: October 2009. Here’s Tip #1 Try a Daytime Flash:  If you’re taking portraits in the sun, turn the flash on.  Not only will this brighten any shawdowy areas, but it will also make the subject pop in the frame. Professional photographers often use this trick on the beach.  Check out the above article for some other helpful tips.