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For the Flannerys' office and guest room Rebecca gave new life to the most ordinary items, such as newspaper and jeans. By copying her simple technique, you can obtain the sophisticated look of suede by recycling an everyday household item: grocery bags.
*Please note* The brands listed are essential for achieving the mottled / marbled look.
This is so painfully easy (and cheap) that even *I* could do it.
As you know, I'm participating in www.lovelycraftyhome.com 's "Get Your Crap Together Party". I've been frantically working on remodeling my woman cave/craft area.
I wrote yesterday about my bathroom drama, and the journey we've made to bring the decor out of the 1980's.
Few people talk about this great productivity tip… You will reach your goals faster and easier if you’re willing to learn from others. Using brilliant, well-crafted resources created specifically for online entrepreneurs improves your online productivity .
WordPress is the preferred blogging platform for over 35 million bloggers, and this WordPress Tutorial will show you some very interesting (yet uncommon) ways to use WordPress.
If you’re like thousands of other designers, programmers and other creative professionals out there, at one point in time you’ve considered starting your own business. Unlike most, you’ve gone against common sense and decided to open shop for yourself. And not just freelance full-time, mind you, but file for the company name, get some stationery, and wade through the legal mumbo-jumbo. Maybe even get a real office with a water cooler. This article offers real-world advice from the trenches of a small start-up, and is applicable to designers, web developers, copywriters, usability experts and all manner of service providers. Freelancers take heed: there are several items that are just as pertinent to your profession.
By Matt Siegel on 03/24/2011
10 Clever Architectural Creations Using Cargo Containers: Shipping Container Homes and Offices