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Tie a Perfect Bow Let's make a perfect bow by implementing a few good tips. This is my first video sooo …. patience required … there's lots of room for improvement! Watch it and you will be on your way to making a perfect bow every time. What about you… do you like video tutorials or do you prefer just pictures with written instructions? Go and be pretty, Sara HassleMe Know Every Note on the Guitar in 9 Days Knowing every note on the guitar is a challenge unique to the instrument. A saxophone has only one way to finger each note, while a guitar usually has a few different strings and four fingers to choose from. String a few notes together and the permutations of how to play them will wreck your brain. Pianists have a similar problem with ten available digits, but you can memorize the notes on a keyboard in a matter of minutes; the same pattern of white and black keys repeats every octave. The challenge with navigating the guitar fretboard is its two-dimensional layout. Why Know the Whole Fretboard? If you don’t know every single note on the guitar cold, without hesitation, then I highly recommend taking a little time to get that under your belt. The primary advantage to knowing every note on the fretboard is in creation. If you haven’t started playing yet, come back to this after you’ve learned some music. Day 1: Open Strings Know your open strings like you know your alphabet. Conclusion

Kitchen Pantry Reveal ! I {finally} completed my pantry makeover! I mentioned in June {wow it took me a while to finish this} that I was going to redo my kitchen pantry here. I ripped out the old shelves, painted, stenciled, installed new shelves, and organized all my goods. Here's a before/after shot: I will definitely be writing a couple more posts about the project explaining the steps... but for now I just want to sit back and show off my final reveal! The organization makes me so happy! I even took out a shelf {originally had 5, now 4} but since everything is organized and has its own spot, I ended up with way more room! I'm even able to store my most frequently used craft supplies, my camera and its accessories so they're always in arms reach. The containers are from Home Goods for $7 and I used some twine to add a piece of slate I had spray painted with chalkboard paint to label what's inside. The gorgeous stencil I used is from Cutting Edge Stencils. Everything has a home... {Happy Dance}! One last look:

25 (more) clever ideas to make life easier . We heard you loud and clear. When we published our first list of clever ideas to make life easier last year, we received an overwhelming response. So without further ado, here’s another 25 ingenious household tips and organisational tricks that will have you saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” Source: Got an empty kitchen shelf? Source: Wall mount cutlery trays and add a cup hook in each compartment for brilliant jewelery storage. Source: Avoid messy dresser drawers by “filing” your clothing side-by-side instead of stacking items on top of each other. Photo: William Warby on Has putting Toy Story on constant repeat finally taken its toll? Source: Packing tip: Protect breakables such as wine bottles or food containers with children’s inflatable floaties. Source: Rather than bundling them in your drawer, loop tights over a coathanger and store them in your wardrobe. Source:

Printable Grocery Shopping List Template | Ellinée journal | DIY Blog For Christmas 2010 I designed and padded grocery lists as gifts for my friends and family and they were a hit! I still use mine religiously (it’s clipped to the refrigerator for easy access). Seriously, I’d be lost without it now. Well, spring is here and I have updated my grocery list with springy artwork and provided it for you as a fabulous freebie. Padding compoundPrinted grocery lists (one cut down the middle gives you two lists at 5.5 x 8.5 each)Cardboard or chipboard (5.5 x 8.5)Small paintbrushA heavy object to place on the pad while the padding compound driesClip to hang on fridge or wallRibbon (to tie a pen to the clip, very handy and decorative)Pen To pad your lists, gather a bunch of printed lists together with a backing (I do 40 sheets per pad, which is 40 trips to the store) and bang them on the table to get all the sides lined up evenly. You can download the spring grocery list artwork in the above link. Emily Crawford Hello, there.

{Anthropologie Knockoff} Multitude Headbands I was browsing around Anthropologie’s website last night and came across these elastic multitude headbands that are $15.00 for a 4 pack. From the reviews on the site it sounds like people love them. Here’s the thing…these are the EASIEST headbands to make!! The elastic is called Fold Over Elastic. Cut the elastic into 18-19 inch lengths depending on how tight you want the headband and the size of the person you are making the head band for. Then, tie a knot with the 2 ends. These headbands are great for little kids too because they are so soft that they can keep their hair back without bothering them. What is your favorite headband? Linking to: Tip Junkie Sunday Showcase BCD LollyJane Whipperberry Bubbly Nature 504 Main HOH Someday Crafts Live Laugh Love Notes Fireflies & Jellybeans 733 Southern Lovely Domeblissity Due to stolen content, I have found it necessary to only show a snippet of my blog posts in my feed.

Better Guitar - Guitar Songs You Should Learn. There are certain songs that every guitar player should try to learn. Either they are commonly requested or they have cool guitar parts that will expand your playing skills. I am going to list songs in several styles of music and explain why I think they should be add to your “play list.” Obviously, this type of list won’t ever be comprehensive, and no doubt, many will disagree with my choices — and find many ommissions. This is a huge list and will take most players years to complete (if ever.) Johnny B.

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