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Mason Jar Herb Garden

Mason Jar Herb Garden
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J’ai lancé un caillou pour qu’enfin les voitures s’arrêtent Elle a été renversée là, sur ce passage piéton. Le conducteur n’a pas fait attention, n’a pas vu, s’en fichait peut être... Et la voilà avec deux attelles, dans son canapé ou allant d’analyse en analyse, de scanner en kiné. C’est ma voisine, elle est timide, mais quand son homme travaille, c’est moi qui l’aide à descendre les escaliers et l’emmène à ses visites, les jambes raides. Making of Notre riverain Vimo Revi se présente comme « un citoyen soucieux » et « un père de famille vigilant ». Hier, c’était le marché, j’étais avec un ami, là, devant ce même passage piéton d’Auch (Gers). Je lui ai expliqué mon intention et puis, là, devant le flot de voitures qui ne nous laissait pas passer, j’ai mis en pratique. Vous savez, le piéton c’est toujours un autre, c’est l’inconnu, c’est pas nous. L’homme a pilé L’effet à été immédiat. Une vingtaine de minute après, il nous a retrouvés sur le marché – ce qui n’était pas difficile, mon ami ayant un ciré jaune de pluie. Je ne l’ai pas cru.

One Glassy Garden: Growing Herbs in Mason Jars | Kitchen Garden Forget the usual terracotta and (ugh!) plastic pots for container gardening. When you grow herbs in mason jars, you can have garden fresh ingredients on hand and also add some style to a sunny windowsill. Picture a row of mason jars filled with different herbs—basil, chives, parsley, cilantro, thyme, rosemary—dressing up your kitchen. Pretty, right? The clear glass allows you to see the herbs’ rich root structure growing through the soil. With the right conditions—ample light and proper drainage—most herbs are extremely easy to grow, and growing them in mason jars is no different. 1. 2. 3. Finally, add some labels so you won’t forget what you planted! You diy, recycling junkies could also use pasta jars, pickle jars or whatever other glass container you come across for this project. image: B_Zedan

paint chip calendar A few weeks ago, I saw this paint chip calendar on my friend David’s blog Cheltenham Road and knew I had to make one! It combines two things that I love…stylishness and organization. And the fact that it utilizes paint chips? Even better. I mostly followed David’s tutorial with just a few modifications. Since I planned for this calendar to hang in my office, I chose paint chips that would coordinate with the room and with the pin board that hangs on the adjacent wall. Here’s my version. materials needed: poster frame, fabric, hot glue gun, 35 paint chips, paper trimmer, corner rounder, fabric glue, foam brush 1) Purchase a poster frame (mine came from Target…$9.99). 2) Remove the edges from the frame. 3) Cover the cardboard insert with fabric using hot glue to secure it on the back, pulling tightly to keep the fabric smooth. 4) Trim the paint chips with a paper trimmer (I chose to leave the paint color names but cut off the brand). These BH&G paint chips came from Wal-Mart. Sharing here:

DIY Framed Hanging Succulent Garden If you have some vintage picture frames and you want to reuse them then you can make a hanging succulent garden. Of course you can also use some other plants and even grow herbs in such hanging garden but succulents and cactuses looks so good and are so easy to keep them alive that they are the best choice for such project. If you want your succulent garden to pop out you can sand your frame and paint it in some bright color. For the project you’ll need a large picture frame with an interior opening, a large piece of 1″ Chicken Wire, wood strips, a sheet of oak plywood, a bunch of nails, a can of varnish spray, cactus soil and a lot of small succulents.

Générations futures des césariennes Médecins et épidémiologistes avaient constaté depuis longtemps que la naissance par césarienne semblait augmenter le risque de diabète et d’obésité chez l’enfant, et par la suite, chez l’adulte. Les indications de la césarienne pour raison exclusivement médicale concernent moins de 8% des naissances. En France, depuis 1980, le taux de césariennes est passé de 10% à 24%. Il est de 30% aux Etats-Unis, de 47% en Chine, et dans plusieurs pays, quelques villes ou cliniques affichent des taux de césariennes de 80% ! Il ne suffit pas de constater que la prévalence de l’obésité augmente parallèlement au nombre de césariennes pour affirmer une relation de causalité entre les deux. Une telle affirmation nécessite, d’une part, des études comparatives de population, d’autre part, une explication physiologique rationnelle. Une première étude vient d’être publiée, à partir d’une banque de données prospective de 1300 nourrissons suivis pendant 10 ans.

Michael Moore - SW School of Botanical Medicine Home Page Started in 1994, this site was maintained by Michael Moore, and was last updated by him on July 22, 2008 When my typewriter broke 14 years ago, I grudgingly purchased my first computer at age ancient used Mac Plus, recommended for low-tech ageing neo-Luddite green hippies such as myself. 12 computers, 4 scanners, 8 powerbooks, 4 digital cameras, 3 LCD projectors and 3 mini DV cameras later, I STILL have two unused ribbons left over from that Smith-Corona. All OCR work is done with FineReader 5 Pro by ABBYY (the best! from crazed Russian software techies) If an ol' bear like me can pull this off, imagine what YOU could do for our collective benefit! Send comments, complaints, input and new site information You are visitor number:

Make-up Magnet Board We all know with craft blogs that original ideas are often hard to come by, we find ideas we love and make them our own but we didn't come up with the idea ourselves. I feel like I've finally done something original here and I'm excited about it. I'll show you the finished product and then explain. Behold my Make-up Magnet Board. I have a friend who is beautiful and stylish and has always loved make-up but recently took a course that intensified her love. Her renewed interest has worn off on me and it made me remember eye shadows I'd hidden away that were gathering dust. The basket was a mess and I was overwhelmed with all my choices never knowing what to use, digging through to see what I had and find what I wanted was a pain. I painted it (The hard way, with a brush instead of spray paint. I went to the hardware store and picked up some metal and had them cut it to fit inside my frame. Here comes the brilliant part though. Next I wanted a place to store my brushes and liners though.

How to Make Leaf Skeletons I wanted to share with you a project from one of my readers who shares with us how to make leaf skeletons. I LOVE this! I have several leafs in various forms displayed in my home and knew I needed to make some of her leaf skeletons to add to my decor. I have spent hours and tried various ways of making these. You need washing soda, not baking soda! Gather your leaves. Washing soda is a strong base so you may want to wear gloves when handling the leaves. You will add 3/4 cup of washing soda and 4 cups of water to your pot of leaves. Keep going, you will need to add more water so your pan doesn’t dry out. When 1.75 hours are up fill a glass baking dish with cool water. I carefully removed them and rinsed with water and added clean water to the pan. If you’re still with me, this is what I ended up with… I have a maple leaf which turned out not so well. 37.1Kstumbleupon