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Les surprises de Fifi Mandirac -

Les surprises de Fifi Mandirac -
23 Apr 2014 … from my Instagram. I’m in Marseille for a few days. The more I know Marseille, the more it surprises me. The more I am in love. 26 Mar 2014

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Lilla Rogers » blog Rachael visited Boston & Baltimore last fall & now has a camera crammed full of inspiring imagery to edit & share with you from her sunny trip! Her trip started with a meet up with the inspiring of the brilliant design work submitted for her Make Art That Sells e-course. She then spent a fun afternoon with Susan McCabe (one of Lilla’s fab agents). They visited Harvard Square, roamed the inspiring streets in Cambridge & managed to watch

to DIY for - draw! pilgrim Buy Now The extremely popular matchbox advent calendar printable kit is back for 2013! Click the button above to purchase, and once you’ve checked out the PDF kit will be sent to the email address associated with your paypal account. Check your trash and spam folders and if its not there in 24hrs please contact me. the PDF kit contains: Scrapbook & Cards Today - Canadas scrapbooking magazine Has ice cream been part of your main food groups to keep you cool this summer? There is definitely no shortage of ice cream at our house so it’s no wonder this delicious treat was on my mind when creating this 3T’s post. I have a really fun and easy tutorial to share to create ice cream books (and no bindings required!). This is a fantastic craft projects for kids to scrap their sweet summer memories.

Christmas cracker templates By Kate on December 10, 2011 I can’t imagine tucking into a Christmas dinner without pulling a cracker first. I love the naff hats, the cringe-worthy jokes (and just the tradition of it all). Crackers are so easy to make…and if you don’t fancy making some for the table you can make some miniature ones to hang in the tree. They also make really cool gift boxes. NAILED IT! photos/post/design: Kristin Ess (wood floor insert photo from You gotta love those magical moments when you’re just minding your own bizz and inspiration jumps out and smacks you right between the eyes. Not long ago I was looking through floor patterns for a home project. My favorite pattern in the world is called the “herringbone pattern”. While I’m speaking to this flooring guy, all I could think about is making this pattern into a manicure. As he started demonstrating the way it gets laid down, I only saw colorfully painted nail strips.

An image on › create stunning photos with retro effects Uploaded about 1 month ago Error There was an error saving your image. Please try again. There was an error loading the image. Please try again. birthday month 2010 - draw! pilgrim you’ve played pin the tail on the donkey, now play pin the pinwheel… on the pinwheel! now with added pinwheels! (i get $1 every time i say pinwheel) there are two parts to this printable : the sheet that you pin things onto will need to be printed A3 and then the pinwheel shapes to stick on to theA3 page can be printed on A4 (there’s 2 to a page) do you know how to play? Geo paper Christmas decorations plus free printable template Make your own paper geo jewels and string them together to make garlands and decorations, or just pile them up in a bowl. Choose your paper colours, download the template and get to it. It’s an easy way to achieve a fresh modern look for your mantle or table this festive season.

DIY COCONUT + ROSE BODY SCRUB Few things smell better than coconut and rose so let’s combine them, shall we? In this Kitchen Beautician DIY, we’re making a “Spring Time Scrub” to help you exfoliate and get your skin super soft for the coming summer months. Bathing suit season is just around the corner and nobody wants to be the ashy girl! Here’s my new favorite way to get rid of dry skin caused by winter dryness: You’ll need: a mason jar, coconut oil, raw cane sugar, almond or jojoba oil and one fragrant rose (here I used sterling silver roses because they’re my favorite AND they’re one of the most fragrant roses ever.)

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