Thursday, April 27, 2017

beautifully designed homes


so many nail art tools, but today we don’tneed them. i’ll show you how to create these five beautiful designs using only a nail polishbrush. last time, we ditched the bus, now it's timeto ditch the tram. let's go! hey guys! that thing before, totally wasn'treal, it was just a fun filming effect and you have to promise me that you'll never trysomething like that yourself! promise? ok. so today's' video is a nail art one, but notjust any. it's a nail tutorial in which i won't be using any nail art tools. this wasdefinitely one of my most requested videos and because i love you so much i made yourwish come true. we're making five bright and fun designs, so take out your nail polishand let's get started.

nail art with or without tools, first stepis always the same. apply a base coat! this will create a barrier between your nails andnail polish, giving them protection against staining and nasty chemicals. and finally,we are ready to apply some color. first we are making a lovely neon flower design!start by painting your nail white. then take your yellow nail polish and wipe off the brushreally well. when you have just a small amount of color left on the brush, make a tiny patchon the nail. take another color, i chose orange and draw petals. the key to this design isto wipe the brush well. if you have a lot of polish left on it, the color will justrun everywhere and make a giant blob. if you look at flowers, they are all a bit differentand unique. that’s why i love using a no

tool technique for flower nails. i made fivecute flowers using different colors of polish. in the end apply a generous amount of thefast drying top coat to seal your design. i think they just look so cute and happy.here on my right hand i used this design as an accent on my ring finger while paintingother nails with different neon colors. now let’s make this adorable rainbow design.again start with white for the base. then make stripes along the nail using differentcolors of polish. here i am making an orange stripe starting right on the edge of my nail.take a second color, make another stripe, overlapping the first one a bit. with thisoverlapping technique, you can make thinner stripes just with a nail polish brush, nostripers needed. i know these are not the

correct rainbow colors, but i am just usingthe colors that i have. rainbow is made of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple – soyou can use any of them. you can totally leave your design like this because it already lookssuper awesome, but i decided to add a little cloud on the tip of the nail. first i am drawingit in black, but don’t worry, this will just be the edge to give the design that cartoon-ishlook. now, i am going over it with white like so. and the result is perfect! it looks likewe have outlined the cloud with a precise brush when we actually didn't. all we usedwas a nail polish brush. finish off with a layer of top coat to bring the design togetherand add some shine. i like the happy colors and the cartoony feel of this rainbow design.it looks pretty complicated but it’s seriously

so easy to make.on my thumb i am making this cool square pattern design. i went for the white base but youcan go for any color you like. take the second color and again wipe the brush really wellto get rid of most of the nail polish. with what is left on the brush make a verticalline along one side of the nail like so. if you want the line to be rather narrow, keepyour hand light and just barely touch the nail with the brush as you go along. if youpress the brush on the nail stronger, bristles tend to spread and you get a wider line, butwe don’t want that. time for some horizontal stripes. make the first one across the middle.then one above. since we are having a small amount of polish on the brush you will probablyhave to go over each stripe twice to make

it opaque. but that’s actually awesome becauseyou can always perfect it the second time you go over it. clean the skin around thenail if needed, apply a shiny top coat and we are ready to rock this cool design. i lovehow you can adjust it by switching up the colors. if you use black background whiteor silver stripes it can look very sophisticated and elegant, perfect for a glamorous party.next we have a cute mouse design. i decided to start with a bright pink for the base.when it dries make half of the circle on one tip of the nail or a bit more in the cornerlike me. make two short stripes for the ears, mine came out a bit long but ok… you cankeep them shorter and a bit more rounded. color the inside of the ears with light pinkand make a nose using the same color. for

the eyes i decided to use a toothpick. youcould try to make two dots with the polish brush but it’s difficult to get perfectdot with a brush and toothpick is not a nail art tool so it still counts, right? in theend make a little moustache and we are finished. this one is perfect for all you animal lovers,it’s so adorable and super easy to make. if you change the shape of the ears you canmake a bear or a bunny in the same way. lastly we are making a fun neon geometricaldesign. as you can see, i am using white as a base color on almost all the nails. thisis because neon colors pop so much more on the white background! even if you just wantto paint your nails solid yellow for example, i recommend to use white as a base, the differenceis huge! take a second color and make a diagonal

stripe starting on the other side so you geta cross. now make another stripe below the second one to cover the tip of the nail. withthe fourth color make a diagonal line parallel to the first, yellow one in my case. applya top coat to finish this happy nail design. again you can switch up the colors to fitthe occasion, mine are perfect for summer days!let me know in the comments, which design was your favorite. i think mine would be arainbow or a flower design. i really hope you like the video, give it a big thumbs upif you'd like me to do more no tool tutorials. also please don't forget to subscribe if youhaven't already. just click the button right here. ok, talk to you soon! bye!this was already my third no tool nail art

episode! yet another proof that even if youdon’t own any fancy tools you can still rock countless awesome nail art designs.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

beautiful small home designs


the garvey's have gone for five days, we have been working on their project for eight months, and this is the week of the reveal. please join us to watch how the garvey project in san diego california comes to a complete and wonderful crescendo at the end. all the construction's been done, the built in's, the paint is on, but for five days the clients move out of their house and we come in as a team, bringing this entire project to completion. you're going to get to see not only the before pictures, but what it takes to get to the end, and exactly how our clients respond to their brand new beautiful home. please join us. husband: it was everything i expected and more. i'm not someone who cries often, but i cried when i saw the pictures of my dad put up in a way i could never have imagined. wife: the warmness of it, the colors and the warmth and to just feel like i am comfortable, and that others are comfortable coming here, and it's nice to see our own personal touches, the feel of it just feels right. rebecca: oh you like that?

wife: it makes it much easier to just grab glasses or you know. little girl: my favorite one is that one. rebecca: oh is it? little girl: yeah, that's my favorite picture. the garvey's wanted a family friendly home, with a modern twist on traditional style. using rich and sophisticated finishes fixtures and furniture, we updated it to be the home they were longing for. this stuffy living room was seldom used. so i created a cozy conversational area, with four upholstered chairs,

an eclectic set of side tables, and a ten foot tall bookcase. the perfect backdrop for liked and little accessories and plates. geometric patterned window treatments replaced the old traditional draperies, creating a first impression drama the room was screaming for. the china hutch was abandoned, and traditional panel mould in a deep espresso finish was added to one wall. this provided the perfect spot for the commissioned painting of our clients beautiful little girls. modern, classic dining room furniture placed beneath the fabulous new chandelier tops this room off as a destination spot for parties and for entertaining, this once average staircase and hallway, now set a clean and updated transition between rooms. . one thing this house did have was a large family room.

large in fact. at least for its existing entertainment center. our clients dream of a flat screen television was in serious question. first order of business, i eliminated the deep hole intended for the tube t.v., and created a stone fireplace with a beefy mantle. i incorporated hand forged rod iron pieces for the windows and added bookcases spanning the entire width. now, the plasma television, oversized sectional sofa and comfy chairs fill the space appropriately. touches of brilliant color tie the room together with artwork, pillows, books and accessories. it%u2019s tough to be excited about an outdated kitchen. changing the finish on the cabinetry to deep espresso brought this kitchen up to today's standards. with eight foot tall maple cabinets in a ten foot tall room,

dark pieces of art trick the eye into believing that the cabinets extend all of the way to the ceiling on the left. while custom made cabinets on the right actually do. a new pantry door, custom window treatments, and a swanky new pendant light dropped over the island do the trick for this kitchen's mini facelift. when our client needs to escape from the family for occasional work at home, the room just off the living room proved to be the perfect spot. a quiet retreat in mind, i closed in the opening between the two rooms with a custom made arched window and beautifully crafted iron inserts, which still allow light to filter through. handsome wood paneling, textured grass wallpaper and a custom made desk, suiting his specific needs combined with some personal touches, this room is fit for today's executive at home. one thing i'm sure of, our clients are enjoying the investment they made in their home. they now know what it means to live. your. style.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

beautiful new home designs


you guys know that i love color but today,i am going to show you that black and white can be also cool. what !? in this tutoriali'll show how you can easily achieve these pretty black and white mix and match nails.hey loves! today i'm back with another nail art tutorial and it's a really special onebecause it's a collaboration with the beautiful jen from the channel missjenfabulous.she makesdiy, beauty videos and amazing nail art tutorials. i love how they are always so creative, easyto make and they always turn out fantastic. so we decided to join our nail art forcesand create mix and match nails. i came up with this all black and white design, whileshe created a gorgeous colorful one. make sure to watch her tutorial. it will be linkedat the end of this video and in the description

box. but first, let me show you how to achievethis monochromatic creation, so go grab your black and white polish and let's dive in.my black and white polish are ready but let's put them on a side for a minute because wehave to prime our nails with a base coat first. this way we block the nasty staining and keepour nails pretty and healthy. alright, now our nails are prepped and readyfor some color. paint your thumb and pointer black. i have to apply two coats for an opaqueresult. then paint your middle, ring and pinky finger in white. at this point your nailsshould look like this. quite a funny manicure! but don't worry because we are just gettingstarted! time to take out your artistic skills and make some designs!on the ring finger we are making a beautiful

flower design. dip your medium sized dottingtool in black polish and make five dots close together like that to represent the petals.make several of these flower shapes all over your nail. some can be bigger, some smallerbecause there are all sorts of flowers out there.i still need some smaller dots to make the design fuller. leave the polish dry and thenproceed with the white. make smaller white flower shapes on top of the bigger black ones.this way you will keep that black flower silhouette, which i think looks so stunning. and it seemslike the design was so difficult to make when it's in fact so easy! to complete the designmake black dots in the center of each flower. i think this design is so pretty even as anaccent nail to a solid manicure. on my right

hand i made this design on my thumb and ijust switched the colors - so i have white flowers on black background and i absolutelylove it! on the pinky we are making the easy and alwayscute polka dots design. make a row of dots along the center of the nail and then addtwo rows by the sides. you can go for bigger or smaller dots, i went for a medium sizedones. if you don't have a dotting tool you can use a q-tip or a toothpick to make thisclassic but lovely design. so far we made two black designs on the whitebackground. but, on the middle finger, we are making a yin yang which represents balanceand will connect all of the black and white designs into a story. here's how to make aperfect yin yang sign in an easy way! i like

to mark three dots along the center of thenail. now just connect these dots making an "s" shape using a striper, precise brush oreven a toothpick. it doesn't have to be flawless right away, you can always go in later andperfect it. then color one half in black. yin yang represents how opposite forces areactually interdependent and give rise to each other. all we have to do now is make a blackdot on the white half and white dot on the black half of the nail. help!moving to our black background designs. on the pointer we're drawing white trianglesall over the nail. i am using my precise brush, which i got in a craft store for very cheap.and you guys know that i love it for nail art. the triangle lines don't have to be perfectand opaque yet – we are just making a draft

first! now we can go over all the lines againmaking them bolder and neater. i love this design! the white triangles look so cool onthe dark background, don't you think? this design itself could work great on all thenails or as an accent on a ring finger for example.on the thumb let's make some classic and classy vertical stripes. i am not very good witha striper. that's why i decided to use a tape, which makes perfect stripe designs super easyto achieve. stick parallel tape pieces along the nail, apply white polish and peel awaythe tape. here i am using a nail art tape, but you can make your own diy nail art tapeusing usual scotch tape and scissors in a minute! my white polish was getting quitethick and gloopy so i had to mix in a few

drops of nail polish thinner. voila! the perfectstripes in no time! oops i did it again! no problem because the precise brush takes careof such small errors in a sec. and here is our last design all done!i made the same designs on my right hand but i made horizontal stripes on the ring fingerand flowers on the thumb. finally we have to apply a top coat to sealall the designs, add some shine and protection. a matte top coat would look gorgeous on thesenails too, but unfortunately i couldn't find it in any local store! that is it for my monochromemix and match nail art. i hope you'll give it a try and if you do so, please share yourmasterpieces with me on my social media because you guys know that i love to see those. letme know in the comments, what nail art you

would like to see next and off course don'tforget to watch jen's mix and match nails and subscribe to her channel for more of herawesome videos. thank you so much for watching, i heart you and take care until next time.bye! black and white can sometimes be associatedwith plain and boring, but the story behind this strongest contrast is all but that. there'sno shadow without light and not a day without night.

Monday, April 24, 2017

beautiful homes interior design


[interior design ideas for the kitchen: appliances, flooring & countertops] hi, i'm nadia geller, interior designer for homestyler. [nadia geller, interior designer] today i'm going to help you choose floors, appliances and countertops for your kitchen remodel. first things first, start researching. look through magazines and design books. take photos of kitchens you like, and ask questions of your friends. keep everything together in a binder so you can refer to it as you go through the process.

there are so many options that the project may seem overwhelming at first. [www.homestyler.com] this is where a good design program can really help. i like homestyler. it's a free online service that helps you visualize your ideas in a real design layout, so you can actually see how things will look. get going by entering your kitchen's dimensions and placing the cabinets according to your current floorplan. now, start at your feet. what kind of flooring do you like?

tile, wood, laminate, there's even concrete. plug your favorites into your layout, and then switch your view to 3d to see how they look with your cabinets. experiment with different styles and textures. maybe you've always loved the look of pine floors, but will they work with your cabinets? once you have some idea of the floor you want, move on to your countertops. think about what kind of surface you want. there's man-made, stone and tile.

now pick a few and see how they'll look with the floors you liked. next step, appliances. what kind will you need? standard, chef or commercial grade? do you cook a lot of meals? will you host a big family dinner once a year? take stock of both your daily and occasional kitchen needs. the program lets you click on "appliances," even different brand names and finishes. you drag and drop them into your kitchen layouts.

now that you have the basics in, you can start playing with fixtures. look carefully at these. it's an important decision, because you really want them both to look good and function well. there's nothing worse than a tricky faucet. play around; indulge your imagination. and save your designs online so you can come back to them later, or share them and get ideas and feedback from friends. [choosing floors, appliances, countertops] [examine a variety of flooring and countertop styles]

[take stock of your daily and occasional kitchen needs] [make sure fixtures look good and function well] [www.homestyler.com] trying lots of things now will help you be more confident when you do finally make those expensive decisions. i'm nadia geller. to start designing your dream kitchen today, go to homestyler.com. [to start designing today, go to www.homestyler.com]

Friday, April 21, 2017

beautiful homes designs


in this tutorial i'll show you more than 10amazing ideas to decorate your room. ready? my room is so boring! wait... let's do this! hey loves! as promised i have a room dã©cortutorial for you, where i'm going to show you more than 10 epic ideas to spice up yourroom! and this video does not only include decorations, but also a complete room transformationbecause i warn you, i went all out and completely transformed my room from plain and boringto absolutely beautiful. want to see it for yourself? then just keep watching! for the first diy i decided to beautify myplain white furniture. and since we'll be using paint it's very important that you protectthe working area. you will need a paint brush,

sponge applicators, masking tape, primer andpaint. i'm going to paint 5 drawers, 2 in pink and 3 in aqua blue. i'll also add littlewhite dots on top, which will look adorbs, just wait for it! so let's start with thefirst drawer. we're just going to paint the front, so to keep that neat edge we need toprotect the inside with the masking tape. make sure your furniture is clean and dryand you're set to start painting. well, first we have to apply primer which assures thatpaint sticks firmly to the furniture and will last us many years. leave the primer to drycompletely and finally here comes the fun part – color! let's start with this prettypink. give the paint a stir and then just paint the front of the drawer and the sideedge. i love how with paint your can totally

transform a room for such a low price. let'smove to the blue paint. i love this blue-aqua, it's so beautiful! apply one even coat andlet the drawers dry for a day. then apply another coat. my paint was actually quitethick and one coat would do the job but i still decided to go for two. and here areall my painted drawers – so pretty! leave them dry completely before you start drawingthe dots. here i am marking where each dot should be – i went for 3 inches betweenthe dots and 1.5 inches between each row of dots. to make a perfect dot i am using a bigcircle puncher. make a circle hole in a piece of a masking tape to get this neat dot stencil.stick it on the drawer and paint the inside of the dot with a sponge applicator dippedin white paint. the perfect dot! if you want

the dotting to go faster you can also justmake them using a sponge applicator as it's shape is rounded. but i really wanted mineto look perfect so i took time for it. my blue drawer is done and look how beautifulit is! and here is the pink one finished too! all my drawers are done and i can't even explainhow happy i am with them. let's put them in place! i love how the white dots connect thepainted drawers with the rest of the furniture which i kept white. i adore my new furniture! for the bedding i chose a simple white onewith pink accents saying love is in the air. oh yeah! i also got this textured blanketfor when it gets a bit chilly. and i love to decorate my bed with pillows, a lot ofpillows! since they can actually be quite

pricey, i made this gorgeous smile and chevronpillows myself. i'll show you how to make the smile one first. to make it you will needan empty pillow case, which you can get for very cheap, scissors, fabric glue and wool. take your wool and write anything you like,i decided to write the word smile on my pillow because you know what they say: just smileand the world will smile with you. once you are happy with how the word looks like justtake your fabric glue and stick the wool in place. lift it up, apply a bit of glue andpress the wool down on the pillow case. in the end i am adding a little spiral abovethe letter “i” to represent the dot. and we are all finished with the adorable smilepillow. this project is literally done in

2 minutes and it doesn't really get any cuter!you can also make this pillow for a friend and maybe write his or her name on for a beautifulpersonalized gift. but i am keeping this one for myself! another idea is a chevron pillow. you'll needa white pillow case, masking tape, a pot for color, sponge applicators or a paint brush,scissors and fabric paint. if you want to protect the edges of the pillow like me, stickmasking tape pieces along all the four sides. now make the first chevron row by stickingmasking tape in a chevron pattern. then stick another chevron row right above this firstone and add another above that one. peel away the middle row and you get the perfect chevronrow stencil, which we're going to color later.

i love this technique because it gives youthe perfect parallel chevron rows and neat pillow in the end. okay, our chevron stencilis all ready for painting. i decided for pink and blue, surprise, surprise, to match myroom. first i am making a blue row using a sponge applicator. for a crisp and neat edgei recommend to move from the tape towards the center of the row. that way you preventthe color from leaking under the tape causing a messy chevron edge. when all the rows arecolored, peal away the masking tape to reveal the perfect chevron pattern. you can use morethan two colors or even just one for a more classic chevron pillow. i love making my owndecoration for the room because i can tailor them to suite my room perfectly. you can stophere because it already looks fantastic but

i decided to color the edges too. protectthe freshly painted chevron pattern with the masking tape and apply the color along thesides. remove the tape, leave your beautiful pillow to dry for a few hours and you areready to decorate your room with this masterpiece. i really like how these pillows make my bednot just incredibly cosy, but also absolutely gorgeous to look at. ok, my bed is pretty but there's stil a lotof room on my desk and dresser so let's make some quick decorations to put on those. forthis lovely colored sand cactus you will need some sand preferably white, cactus, biggerglass, food coloring, toothpicks, a few more glasses or pots for the sand and somethingto stir the sand with. distribute the sand

between glasses, i have four of them as ialso have 4 food colors. time for the fun part - coloring the sand! take a small amountof water and mix in a bit of color. i have blue, pink, green and yellow. pour the coloredwater in the sand and mix well to distribute the color evenly. if you put the food colordirectly into the sand glass the color won't incorporate evenly. trust me i tried it. it'smuch better to mix it with water first. how pretty do these look! i love them, i justwant to eat them! okay, now you have to let the sand dry completely... and then it's timeto make a pretty sandy house for our cactus. starting with green, off you go into the glass!i put my sand in little plastic bags just so it'll be easier to pour. place the cactuson and let's continue with pink. i love plants

but let's be honest all my plants die, soi figured a cactus is a low maintenance plant that gives life to your room but doesn't requiremuch time. that's perfect for me. look how beautiful sandy waves we're getting! i amabsolutely in love with this dã©cor idea. looks stunning and i had so much fun makingit. but be careful with cactuses, these guys can be really mean! a cute butterfly lamp, anyone? for this oneyou'll need a plain lamp, a bunch of colorful butterflies and a glue.we are going to decorate the lamp cover with these shiny friends. i am starting on top- all you have to do is put a drop of glue on the back of the butterfly and stick iton the cover. unique lamps can be quite expensive,

whereas this plain one cost me around 4 dollarsand i also got the chance to make it exactly how i like it! i bought these butterflieson the internet for a couple of dollars, so 6 bucks for this pretty lamp - not bad i'dsay. the top part is covered with the flying beauties so let's continue on the sides. tomake the lamp cover stay in place while working you can put something like a masking tapeinside. instead of the super glue that i am using, you can also go for a glue gun. butwhichever you are using be careful that you don't stick your fingers together! here goesthe final butterfly and we are finished with this unique lamp. it creates such a prettyshuttered light full of butterfly shadows. and can also work as a hat...

we all love candles... but how about thesesuper stunning colored candles made out of crayons? you'll need a candle glass, candlewick, crayons and white wax. select three colors, i'm going with green, pink and blue.put some wax in the pot and add a piece of crayon. now you need to melt the wax and crayonso you can either put it in a microwave, just make sure to use a microwaveable pot or justmelt it above the candle like me. i like watching how the wax melts and mixes with crayon. feelinglike a lab scientist. when everything is nice and melted give the colored wax a stir. herewe have the pink and here the blue. place an eraser under one side of the glass, holdthe candle wick in the middle and pour the melted wax in. when the first layer is dry,place the eraser under the other side of the

glass and pour your second color in. lastly,remove the eraser and pour your last color on top for that neat horizontal ending. you'releft with a gorgeous colorful candle. you can also use more than 3 colors. here i decidedfor a smaller slope and 4 wax colors. now your candles will give you that cosy warmfeeling and a nice pop of color to your room even when they're not burning. a very cute way of incorporating low maintenanceplants to your room is a bamboo stick in a tube with water decorated with colorful stones.hold your bamboo stick in the middle of the vase and pour in stones in colored layers.i started with green, then red and lastly yellow. that's it, how easy, fast and prettyis this diy! if you don't have a bamboo you

can totally make this stone terrarium withany plant of your choice and it will for sure brighten up any room. we also need to make some decorations forour wall, right? first i’m going to show you how to make this awesome paper flowergarland, which doubles as a hawaian necklace.you will need some colored paper, i have somepatterned as well, scissors, stapler, hole puncher, pencil, ruler and a string.measure a rectangle of about 5 by 2 inches, you can also make it larger if you want biggerflowers, and thenjust cut it out with scissors. fold your rectangle three times along theshorter side and unfold it again. we did this just to get these guiding lines all along.then fold the paper again but this time in

the zig zag manner like me. time to take ourstapler and make a punch in the middle of that little rectangle. cut away the cornersdiagonally, this will give you that pretty flower shape. open up your flower by joiningthe sides together and secure them in place with your stapler. now just make a bunch ofthem in different colors… aren’t they pretty?! when you have enough of flowers weare ready to thread them on the string. make two holes in each flower using a hole puncher.as you can see, i like leaving an empty petal between two petals with holes. finally leadthe string through the holes you’ve just made to hang all these cuties on. voila! weare all finished with this adorable flower garland. you can hang it above your bed, dooror window, i decided to place it on the wall

above my desk, so that when i am working ican see this beautiful creation in front. i love how it gives a lot of color and textureto my wall. another great wall art idea is this colorfulcanvas painting with a word on. the things we need are a masking tape, acrylic paintin different colors and sponge applicators. to start off stick your masking tape on thecanvas to write any word you like. you can be very creative here but keep in mind thatletters that consist only of straight lines are a bit easier to make – like the wordlive, which i went for. once your word is set you can color the painting in any possibleway. i went for bright neon colors and i decided to make wave shapes all over the paintingusing my sponge applicator. i decided to go

for the word live, just to remind me thatevery moment is a treasure that we have to cherish and enjoy. sometimes i get so busywith planning for the future, i get so excited about things that are about to happen andi kind of forget that the present is all that we actually have. i love this idea becausein the end the painting turns out so neat with the pretty letters while you can justslap the color on the canvas, not worrying at all. there we go. my canvas is entirelycovered in these happy fluorescent colors, so the only thing left for me to do is toremove the masking tape. see how cool it looks! this painting will not just make your walllook gorgeous, but it will also remind you to live life to the fullest every time yousee it.

i love having freshly cut vase flowers inmy room, but unfortunately they can be really expensive and they don’t really last long.no problem, because you can easily make these adorable pom pom flowers which will last forever.you’ll need some small tree branches, wool, scissors and glue.take your wool and wrap it around 4 of your fingers about 100 times. the more wool youwrap the fuller and prettier your pom pom when finished. after a while you’ll endup with a fluffy ball like this one. take a short piece of wool and wrap it around yourwoolen ball tightly. you end up with a bow shaped fluffiness. take your scissors andcut through the loops on both sides. the bow shape is gone but no problem because we gota cute fluffy pom pom with a bit messy hairstyle,

which we need to take care of. so just havefun with scissors and give your pom pom that lovely rounded shape. here you can decidewhether you want your flowers to be smaller and daintier or larger. i decided for bigstatement pom pom flowers, so i am keeping the fluffy balls nice and large. make moreof these using different wool colors for a more interesting colorful bouquet. i wentfor green, purple, yellow, blue and red. it’s time to attach some stems to our flowers,so take your tree branches, i got mine from a park nearby. apply some glue and place ona pom pom. there you go, we’ve got a beautiful flower bouquet ready to put in the vase.i decided to just use a jar as a vase. hmm... i think something’s missing here. let’sgo pick up some stones and fill up the vase

with them. bringing pieces of nature in yourroom will give so much life to it. and i love exploring the surroundings searching for thepretty things that nature created and that i can use in my diys. now that’s what i’mtalking about! the stones make the flowers stand more straight and together, which ilike. these look so pretty, don’t really smell like anything but.. hey that can befixed too. our flower vase is all ready to put on the desk, dresser or your night stand.so these were my 10 diy room dã©cor ideas. i really hope you like them and maybe gotsome inspiration for yourself. let me know what was your favorite part of the video.me personally, i really love how the drawers turned out. i think they are so pretty andthey really give a nice bold statement to

the room. but i also loved everything elseand i still have plenty ideas on my mind for room dã©cor and wall art so do let me knowif you would like to see more. i hope you guys are doing great. thank you so much forwatching. i love you and we'll talk soon! bye. being your own interior designer can be somuch fun. may it be a big furniture project or a cute little decoration - your creativitycan make a place shine.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

beautiful homes design


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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

beautiful homes design ideas


home design & decor beautiful easter table decorations and centerpieces easter table setting ideas easter dinner table settings these charming centerpieces will get your easter celebration hopping if you are planning an easter dinner or even if you’re not

you may be thinking about a centerpiece instead of paying a small fortune for a store bought piece, why not consider making one yourself after all, diy is what you love, right? easter dining table decorations easter table ideas we have collected 30 of the top easter centerpieces

that range from elegant and classic to fun and colorful whatever your preference, whatever your style we are sure to have a centerpiece in this collection that you can make yourself and really wow those dinner guests from plastic eggs to marshmallow peeps there is sure to be a piece that is going to capture your attention and that of your dinner guests

most of these can be made with supplies that you probably already have on hand and if not, many of them are really inexpensive and so easy that you can make them in a couple of hours or so. easter centerpieces happy easter

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