This Guy Did The Coolest, But Possibly Most Illegal, DIY Project Ever. The End Result? It's Genius It might be cold and dreary out right now, but soon spring will arrive and bring greenery and warm weather. If you have a green thumb and artistic talent, you’ll want to get a pen and paper, because this craft is for you. “Moss Graffiti” is basically exactly what it sounds like, and you can learn how to do it with these easy wikiHow steps. First, you will need these ingredients: 1. 2. 2 cups of buttermilk or plain yogurt 3. 2 cups of water 4. 1/2 tsp. sugar 5. Step One: Find the moss You can find moss outside on damp surfaces, or you can buy it at a garden centre. via wikiHow Step Two: Prepare the most by washing as much soil out of the roots. Step Two: Break the moss and place it in a blender Step Three: Add buttermilk/yogurt, water, and sugar. Step Four: Pour the mixture into the bucket. Step Five: Now it is time for the graffiti! Step Six: After painting your creation, check back weekly to see the progress. via wikiHow Once you get the hang of it, you can do things like this… via Edina Tokodi
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How to Make a Flower Tattoo | oh comely Verity Cumming is the makeup artist behind the flower tattoo on Issue 20's cover. After the wonderful reception we've had about it, we thought it would be nice to catch up with Verity about the shoot, her inspiration for the flowers and how you could even do it yourself. How long have you been a make-up artist? I studied fashion makeup at LCF, and graduated just under two years ago. I started shooting and assisting throughout the three year course, and met several photographers - including Beinta - who I still work with now. Since graduating, I have been working as a freelance fashion makeup artist in editorial and catwalk in London, Milan and Paris. What was your inspiration behind the cover photo? I was really keen to use flowers in the image, but wanted to stay in keeping with the relaxed vibe that is my idea of the Oh Comely girl. The dried flower tattoo is very beautiful- where did you get the idea for them? Thank you! Did you pick and press the flowers yourself? Yes definitely!
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Says-It.com Writer Creates “Color Thesaurus” To Help You Correctly Name Any Color Imaginable Ingrid Sundberg, a writer and children’s book illustrator, created a very useful infographic chart for anyone struggling with color names. The writer says that she loves to collect words that can help give her stories variety and depth. Show Full Text “I’ve learned that we all have different associations with color words,” Sundberg told Bored Panda. “For example the color sapphire is a light blue to me (since that’s the color of the sapphire on my engagement ring), but a sapphire can also be a very dark blue. Read on to see all of these colors’ names as well as Sundberg’s interview with Bored Panda. More info: ingridsnotes.wordpress.com | sundbergstudio.com | Facebook (h/t: lustik) “There was no official color guide,” Sundberg told Bored Panda. “I use it all the time when I write. “I’ve learned that we all have different associations with color words. “I’m currently working on a visual hair-color thesaurus and a visual emotions/facial expressions thesaurus.
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