Things That I Should Totally Do
In our local shop we sell tons of vintage bow ties.
No one likes to think about dying. Some people think about doing things before then though.
Hello! I'm excited to introduce you to a cute new weekly feature DIY jr. It's a quickie DIY that you can do in an hour or less! Hair bows are one of my favorite accessories and this tutorial has been requested a lot over the past year.
Among these DIY tight ideas , this ripped one gives you a one-time use pair. It does, however, come with the biggest impact. I think this would be fab for a Halloween look or for roller derby. Tutorial Which of these DIY tights will you be trying out? I think I'll go for the stamped DIY pantyhose idea ; I have many small rubber stamps that I seldom use.
For those looking to get some pretty crafts done this weekend, I give you a list of fab and stylish DIY Fascinators. A fascinator, for those who are not familiar with the accessory, is a headpiece that is often made of flowers, lace, feathers, and jewels. They are beautiful vintage-inspired hair accessories that are easy to make and even easier to customize.
17 January 2007, 11:36 My hair has been pink, purple, jade-green, red, black & white… & all within the last three years. I’m often asked how do I get my hair so (insert-colour-here) & what products I use, so I thought I would give you some pointers. (Also, yesterday I got my hair cut REALLY SHORT & I am still coping with the SHOCK of looking like a BOY .)
Ever since Lauren Conrad posted a photo of her tie-dyed hair on her blog , I've been desperate to try it out myself. However, ever since a terrible color mishap in high school (I accidentally ended up "rocking" bright orange locks for months!), I've been a little wary of coloring my hair, especially on my own at home.
29 August 2011, 10:12 This was originally posted in 2009, & I think it definitely falls into the “oldie but a goodie” category! Hope you enjoy! Dating, oh dating. You are such a strange phenomenon, so amazing & simultaneously horrifying. Who knows where the night will begin or where it could all lead?
Spring is in the air! Time to emerge from hibernation, single ladies — dating season has begun! But dinner and a movie or meeting a dude for a drink is just so boring. I hereby vow that my next first date is going to be something different and unique so, at the very least, I have a good time even if I don’t necessarily make a love connection.
This list is the first in a projected series of genre introduction lists intended to provide extensive overviews of various speculative subgenres. They aim to provide a resource for anyone who is interested in a particular subgenre but doesn’t quite know where to start. While this list is by no means all-encompassing, we believe that if you read some of these books you will have a working knowledge of what steampunk is all about. If you read all of them, we will be forced to bow down and acknowledge you as being well on your way to becoming a steampunk virtuoso.
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post written by: Marc Email The web is a powerful resource that can easily help you learn new skills.
18 June 2012, 12:29 I want to stop living my life in front of a computer. As a writer, this is easier said than done, but I believe it is worth making the effort.
In 1992 a patent was filed in Canada for the Exclamation Comma and the Question Comma. 1. Interrobang
Sample sheet. Click to enlarge. Updated 11/13/12 This is Day 10 of 10 Days of Character Building Character bio sheets are not only a simple way to create characters, they are a great way to keep track of the characters you develop. When you write a longer work, such as a novel or screenplay, it is easy to forget minor character details.
There is a time and a place for everything… it’s called college.