This post teaches you how to make sweet-tooth satisfying banana nice cream. It includes lots of tips and tricks to help you to be as successful as possible at making homemade nice cream with a delicious, creamy texture. A bunch of fun flavor ideas are included too, like vanilla, mocha and strawberry!
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A great diet really plays a large role in how healthy, glossy, and strong your nails and hair become. Food is the purest way to get the vitamins and minerals – certain foods have even been used for thousands of years in ancient beauty regimes. While there…
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Watch this crochet video tutorial that will show you a simple way how to surface crochet slip stitches on Amigurumi. Visit my blog for more free Amigurumi patterns and tutorials you will love!
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Symmetry is usually defined as a sense of "balanced proportions" or "the quality of having parts that match each other," especially in an attractive way. And, when you think about it, it is all around us. Whether we look at human beings, architecture, art, or biology, there’s nothing more fascinating than seeing how the world is full of perfect forms and harmony.
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These autumn leaf butterflies and dragonflies are SO COOL and are completely inspired by nature! Fall is here, and our neighborhood is sooo pretty right now! There are so many beautiful trees changing colours. Bright oranges, rich reds and bold yellows are taking over the streets and I LOVE it! It wasn't hard to be influenced by all the beauty of autumn, and this craft was so much fun! Nature really provides the bulk of what you'll need to make this craft! I went on a little walk around the block with my kids and we found SO many cool
This pressed flower craft is SO PRETTY! Make your own pressed flower lanterns that are beautiful, and really easy to put together! With a bit of mod podge and dried flowers you have a gorgeous candle holder that's super inexpensive to make. Pressed Flower Craft Making this pressed flower craft is so simple, and the results are so pretty! These pressed flower lanterns provide a pop of colour from the dried flowers and a soft glow from the tea light candles inside. If you're looking for a table decoration for a summer wedding or party, these pressed flower lanterns are
A timeless Christmas classic the whole family fan enjoy The Elf on the Shelf comes in light skin and dark skin boy and girl scout elves #1 national bestseller with over 2.5 million copies sold Touted as "the best thing since The Night before Christmas" A Scout Elf skirt is available, sold separately
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“My houses are living beings, they have a nervous system, a stomach, intestines, a heart” - Jacques Couelle As a tribute to nature, French architect Jacques Couelle built in the 1960’s a set of houses overlooking the bay of Cannes. Commissioned by a wealthy backer, the hamlet known as Casterellas was intended to be a private village for millionaires. With severe judgement at the time, his 'cave-like' designs were passed off as nothing more than the tasteless desires of the super-rich and has only recently been recognised for the strength and formal beauty of its progressive and intuitive design. Couelle was a self-taught architect that identified with the harmony and value found in nature, more so than the right angles and smooth surfaces that were dictated by man. Using the sun as another dimension of his architecture, he was known for capturing the light within a space. An interplay of light and shade, the shadows cast worked to impel the design, changing with the days light and offering infinite variations. Using his instinctive and curious nature to help sculpt and reveal his taste for landscape architecture, he used the land as a starting point. The natural slope dictating the different levels inside, the curves in the facades were informed by the landscape and sun, indicating placement of the openings. At times he succeeds to also trap the untrained landscape within the house, seen brilliantly in the exteriors that are the mergence of rock and terrain. Some imagined life inside looked stone age, the reality of course was much different. Inside there are a variety of finishes of stone, terracotta for floors, ceramics, iron and glass for the walls, wood and glass for the doors with copper detailing. A melting pot of ideas that seem to flow harmoniously as an end result. Impactful, intuitive, modern yet monolithic, the design is at one with its surroundings, reborn every day in the morning light, merging again with the earth at night. ______ Photography — Christophe Coënon for AD France Design — Jacques Couelle Location — Casterellas le neuf, French Riviera
Watch this crochet video tutorial that will show you a very neat way how to close a hole in an Amigurumi piece. Visit my blog for more free Amigurumi patterns and tutorials you will love!
This homemade conditioner can be customized to any hair type and makes hair healthy and strong. Add essential oils for your favorite scent!