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Tutorials Sometimes, your brain comes across an idea that’s just so ridiculous that despite all evidence to the contrary, it might be so crazy it works. Such was it when I discovered that you can use leafing pens to turn lace into “gold,” so to speak. How elegant! How charming. Of course, when I give my brain the next easy task of which elegant think to leaf, it comes up with a mustache. That’s what I’m hoping anyway.

Management and Career By Tim Leberecht (TheMIX) -- Andy Warhol knew it all along: "Good business is the best art." And lately, a number of business thinkers and leaders have begun to embrace the arts, not as an escapist notion, a parallel world after office hours, or a creative asset, but as an integral part of business -- from the management team to operations to customer service. John Maeda, the president of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and author of the book Redesigning Leadership, predicts that artists will emerge as the new business leaders and cites RISD graduates Joe Gebbia and Brian Chesky, co-founders of Airbnb, as prominent examples. Indeed, the "art" of business has become more important as the "science" grows ubiquitous. How do artists think and behave? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Like art, true innovation has the potential to make our lives better. However, businesses must refrain from designing innovation as a mere process.

Disney-Themed Aprons Will Make You Feel Like a Princess in the Kitchen | That's Nerdalicious! If you’re a girly girl, a kid at heart, and know your stuff in the kitchen, then I’m pretty sure you’ll love these Disney-themed aprons by Etsy seller Lover Dovers Clothing. Hit the break to check out the entire line-up, which includes aprons that Snow White and Cinderella would gladly wear. Product Page ($32 via IT) Tagged as: aprons, disney, fun, kitchen

How to Make Rainbow Melted Crayon Art52 Kitchen Adventures Welcome to 52 Kitchen Adventures, your source for creative & delicious desserts! See my Recipe Index for more. Don't want to miss another recipe? Subscribe via RSS or email. We’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming for a crafts tutorial today. If that’s not your thing, please skip this post and tune in again on Thursday for a delicious (and healthy) muffin recipe. You’ve seen it on Pinterest. Supplies: you will need a canvas , hot glue gun , glue stick , a hair dryer , lots of crayons and newspaper. Of course, some colors get rejected, so you will end up with a box like this. Step 1: Pick out the colors you want to use and line them up until you run out of space. Step 2: Using a glue gun, make a line of glue across the crayons (if you want a certain part showing, like the label, be careful to put the glue on the opposite side). This is how the canvas looked after 5 and 10 minutes. This is after 20 and 30 minutes. This is after 50 and 60 minutes. And voila!