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Make a large chalkboard and hang it in a central location, like the kitchen, where everyone in your family crosses paths. Creating this lifesaver is simple. Buy a piece of 3/4-inch wood and cut it to the size you want, paint it with primer, and follow that with a couple of coats of chalkboard paint (letting each coat of paint dry after it is applied).
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Some might argue that such laziness through filtering discourages true photographic creativity, but there's no denying the Internet's obsession with the photo social network. If anything, it's a satisfying break from Facebook. Even though it's only available on the iPhone (for now), many businesses have cropped up to provide services that augment what Instagram offers. From Stitchtagram pillowcases to photo magnets, there's no shortage of Instagram paraphernalia.
As a person who appreciates the printed photograph, here's just one more: Instagram photo strips. How to make a rooster with egg carton. Per questo lavoro consiglio di utilizzare le confezioni delle uova da 10, io scelgo Ovito, perché ha il cono centrale più lungo rispetto alle altre scatole, che invece vanno benissimo per fare le rose, narcisi e ciclamini, e quindi si presta meglio alla realizzazione di questo lavoro.
Ritagliare i coni come nelle foto e incollando le giunture all’interno con una strisciolina di carta si iniziano a costruire i coni a misura crescente. Il primo, per la testa, sarà di 5 punte; il secondo di 6 punte; il terzo di 8 punte; il quarto di 10, il quinto di 12. L’ultimo ad 8 punte chiuderà il collo solo dalla parte posteriore. Ritagliare i bargigli, il becco (in 2 parti, per un gallo canterino come nella figura) e la cresta.