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The Secret Yumiverse » Illustrated tips and tricks from the mind of Yumi

The Secret Yumiverse » Illustrated tips and tricks from the mind of Yumi

LED Infinity Mirror, 32 LEDs, Selectable Patterns, Quality Frame This Instructable has been updated with better information and better construction, please view the 10" x 10" LED Infinity Mirror Instructable This Instructable covers building my available Full 8"x8" 32 LED Infinity Mirror Kit or re-create it with your own materials such as acrylic or hardboard sheet. It also could be scaled up or down to suit. Plans are included in the ZIP below. The Kit contains everything needed to recreate this project. With an overall dimension of 12" x 12" x 2.25" and 32x 5mm LEDs with controller. I can also put together custom kits, if you would like to supply some of your own parts or if you want some of the steps/parts built for you. If you would like to re-create this project with out a kit. There are two ways to build this. I have built of few different Infinity Mirrors, Check out My Gallery Disclaimer: This project is potentially dangerous.

Secret Style Icon: Weetzie Bat I was 14 when I first discovered Weetzie Bat at my school library. I was experiencing a lot of new ~teen feelings~ during that time, relating to the longing angst of Angela Chase while also trying to decipher the quirky, in-love-with-life lyrics of Björk songs. Francesca Lia Block’s book (the first in a series) tied together all of these themes that were dancing in my head and wrapped them up in a sparkling little story about a bleach-blonde, Jayne Mansfield-loving, mosh pit-seeking girl and her makeshift family of misfits coming of age in Hollywood. The book is very short, yet spills over with vivid descriptions of the “pink flamingo sky” and Weetzie’s “old fifties’ taffeta dresses covered with poetry written in glitter.” Clockwise from top left: Chelsea Kane as Weetzie; a still from Autumn de Wilde's Weetzie-inspired shoot for Paper; two looks from Wildfox Couture's Fall 2012 collection. Over the years, Weetzie fans have paid tribute to her in their own special ways.

Smart tips to make life easier Posted on February 24, 2012 in Humor If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed or follow us on Facebook or Twitter . Thanks for visiting! Rate this Post (16 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5) Loading... So... Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? I’ve always loved, LOVED movies about a group of kids having an adventure, especially if they end up saving the world, whether it’s literally THE WORLD (Super 8), or the one they reside in (The Goonies). Hell, even if it’s just a personal exploration or a curious mystery, I love it. So let’s take some fashion inspiration from these young explorers and pack a lunch, fill up our canteens, and go on a search for buried treasure—or at least do some geocaching. Clockwise from left: dress, $69, Urban Outfitters; swan necklace, $17, Lulu’s; dress, $179, Urban Outfitters; swan flats, $34, Urban Outfitters; flower headband, $45, Loulou Loves You. In Picnic At Hanging Rock (1975), a peculiar group of early 20th century schoolgirls mysteriously vanish while exploring an ancient volcanic mass on Valentine’s Day. Clockwise from top left: bomber jacket, $60, Topshop; palm tree top, $52, Topshop; intergalactic leggings, $55, Nasty Gal; lip print flats, $50, ASOS. Moonrise Kingdom!

Building a sauna - How to build a basic sauna Sauna Building - Sauna Stoves Disclaimer: this account of sauna building is what worked for us. It is entirely at your own risk to pursue such a project and a fire extinguisher to hand (stored outside of the sauna itself), never bathing alone and leaving if you feel dizzy or overheated are essential for safety. People with heart conditions or not used to sauna bathing should exercise extreme caution with this type of sauna bathing. This is a basic account of how we built a basic sauna on a small budget, including a wood burning sauna stove. This shed based sauna is not designed to give a lifetimes use but ours has been used frequently for a year or so now and has held up and works perfectly adequately. Where?? We chose the shed. Building the Sauna Our shed was a pretty standard 8'x5' size of the type found in many gardens. The floor of the shed was lined with pine planks, sanded smooth and splinter free. The walls and roof were lined with standard tounge and groove pine cladding. Furniture

50 Life Secrets and Tips Memorize something everyday.Not only will this leave your brain sharp and your memory functioning, you will also have a huge library of quotes to bust out at any moment. Poetry, sayings and philosophies are your best options.Constantly try to reduce your attachment to possessions.Those who are heavy-set with material desires will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. Possessions do end up owning you, not the other way around. Become a person of minimal needs and you will be much more content.Develop an endless curiosity about this world.Become an explorer and view the world as your jungle. Stop and observe all of the little things as completely unique events. Read “Zen and the Art of Happiness” by Chris Prentiss.This book will give you the knowledge and instruction to be happy at all times regardless of the circumstances.

Your garden and glow in the dark stones Using stones glowing in the dark is helping to confront two basic, most important and key tasks: the exotic view and lighting area at night, and also adds sense of magic, fairy tales and miracles, because any experienced landscape designer, using stones, glowing in the dark can create just fantastic and bewitching landscapes. Using stones, glowing in the darkness, there is no need to use electric lights on the dark areas of the garden, a path or garden path without lights will be well in sight now. Saving electricity - is another definite plus use of self-luminous stone. The stones which glow in the dark are a great tool for the design of your garden: they can be used to spread flower beds, paths and ponds. The path, lined on the edges of these stones will be visible all night, it will not need to use the lights,and people in that garden are finding himself in a fairy tale!

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20 brilliant things to make in a jar Via: Start saving your old jam jars! From cakes to herb gardens, pies to photo frames, and even entire meals … here are 20 fantastic things you never knew you could make with a jar. (Above: red velvet cupcakes in a jar. Get the recipe here). Via: Word on the street: salad in a jar is all the rage. Via: Cookies in a jar – a great gift idea. Via: For a rustic vintage look, display your photos inside glass jars and bottles. Via: Chocolate muffin bread cooked in a jar. Via: Super sweet. Via: Bread, cooked in a jar? Via: A fabulous visual reminder of your favourite holidays. Via: So let’s just cut to the chase – what about making all your meals in a jar?! Via: There isn’t a child on earth who wouldn’t be wowed by these: rainbow cupcakes baked in a jar. Via:

60 Small Ways to Improve Your Life in the Next 100 Days Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life. At the same time, you don’t need to wait a long time in order to see the measurable results that come from taking positive action. All you have to do is take small steps, and take them consistently, for a period of 100 days. Below you’ll find 60 small ways to improve all areas of your life in the next 100 days. Home 1. Day 1: Declutter MagazinesDay 2: Declutter DVD’sDay 3: Declutter booksDay 4: Declutter kitchen appliances 2. If you take it out, put it back.If you open it, close it.If you throw it down, pick it up.If you take it off, hang it up. 3. A burnt light bulb that needs to be changed.A button that’s missing on your favorite shirt.The fact that every time you open your top kitchen cabinet all of the plastic food containers fall out. Happiness 4. 5. 6. How many times do you beat yourself up during the day? 7. Learning/Personal Development 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Teenage Wasteland: LIFE Magazine Pictures of Young Japanese Rebels, 1964 “Happy families are all alike,” Tolstoy famously wrote, “but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Few have ever questioned the validity of Tolstoy’ assertion — but the opposite might well be said of those most volatile family members: teenagers. Every happy teen, after all, is happy in his or her own way; but unhappy teens are all alike. Such a declaration, of course, hardly diminishes the issues forever bedeviling teenagers: navigating a maelstrom of suddenly unleashed hormones; confronting the riddle of how (or whether) to try to fit in with one’s peers; exploring the limits of rebellion against … everything. That said, in very few societies is the idea of youth as fraught as it is in Japan. In Rougier’s photographs — pictures that seem to breathe, at once, a reckless energy and an acute despair — we don’t merely glimpse kids pushing the boundaries of rebellion. Nowhere in the world does youth seem to dominate a nation as they do in Japan.

Youth in Revolt There’s something about the middle of the summer that always had me aching to be with my friends every single minute of the day. Nobody felt like being alone at home, so you’d get into the kind of trouble that usually happens when the sun goes down. These highly quotable and equally stylish movies remind me of that summer freedom we so desperately yearn for when fall is just around the corner. Clockwise from top left: Seniors shirt, $22, Found Item Clothing; denim shorts, $46, Romwe; striped tube socks, $10, American Apparel; Nike sneakers, $57, Foot Locker; ketchup and mustard squeeze bottles, $18, Neatoshop; tie-front shirt, $35, Delias The stoner lines in Dazed and Confused (1993) stuck with me long before I ever tried weed. Clockwise from top left: dress, $53, ModCloth; lipstick pin, $10, ModCloth; sunglasses, $20, ASOS; Munsters lunchbox, eBay; wedge, $50, ModCloth; purple tights, $15, ModCloth Reality Bites (1994) was such a huge part of my teenhood.

DIY Polaroid Hanger If you’ve just moved into a dorm room, or you’re just bored with the way your bedroom looks, here’s a fun and cheap way to display photos on your walls. Make them into fake Polaroids, and hang them on a clothesline! You’ll need: • Your photos, printed out—make them all the same size (approximately the size of a Polaroid photo, minus the border). If you use photos from Instagram you can cheat and use a filter to make these look like actual old Polaroids. • White paper • Craft clips (from a stationery store) or mini clothespins. • Tape or glue • Scissors • Yarn • Markers (optional) • Pushpins How to do it: 1. 2. You can then even fold the paper to make creases that will show you where to cut and make sure all your “Polaroids” are the same size. 3. 4. And now you have a “Polaroid”! 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Yay!! You don’t have to hang the photos against a blank wall, either. Thanks for reading my first Rookie DIY; I’ll have lots more ideas for you in the future!