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Make the sparkliest backdrop ever with mirrors and lights. | 46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion
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Make the sparkliest backdrop ever with mirrors and lights. DIY christmas lights ideas
Make the sparkliest backdrop ever with mirrors and lights. You only need a strand of white string lights and metres of mirror garland draped on a curtain rod and you have twinkling lights and sparkle galore. | 46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion
Such a neat idea Use a curtain rod, mirror garland and white lights to create this starry sky
Ceremony backdrop / photo booth inspiration Looks like Christmas lights looped on curtain rod with mirrors glued to fishing line. Bright Idea: 7 Pretty Ways to Decorate with Christmas Lights All Year
46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion
Harvest Moon, Farms Houses, Beautiful Barns, Fullmoon, Full Moon, Rustic Barns, Harvestmoon, The Moon, Old Barns
♂ Aged with beauty Full moon night rusty old farm house "Shine On" by Kirsten Pauli
Nothing like a harvest moon! I love a full moon and have a thing for barns!
Beautiful barn and full moon.
Full moon over rustic barn
I love old barns! I see the man in the moon too!
Elegance at its finest
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LOVE this updo - the braid, chignon, hair piece. It's gorgeous! Would be gorgeous with a veil from the hair clip!
Beautiful up do wedding hairstyle with pretty hair pins #MirrorMirrorInc #Baldwinsville #BaldwinsvilleWedding #SyracuseWedding #Syracuse #wedding #WeddingHair #Hair #updo #Braid #Bun
I pinned these for the hair styles, not this particular hair piece :) Bridal Hair - 25 Wedding Upstyles & Updo's - An enchanting side braided upstyle with dazzling hair accessory creates an ethereal look #hair #style #upstyle #updo #wedding - love this!!
Mix 2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 teaspoons kosher salt and 1 teaspoon pepper. Pierce 6 russet potatoes with a fork; rub with the oil. Bake on the top oven rack at 375 degrees F (put a baking sheet below to catch drippings) until tender, 50 minutes. Slice open and top with butter, salt, pepper and chives.
Crispy Baked Potatoes from FoodNetwork.com
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Crispy Baked Potatoes Mix 2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 teaspoons kosher salt and 1 teaspoon pepper. Pierce 6 russet potatoes with a fork; rub with the oil. Bake on the top oven rack at 375 degrees F (put a baking sheet below to catch drippings) until tender, 50 minutes. Slice open and top with butter, salt, pepper and chives
Crispy Baked Potatoes Recipe : Food Network Kitchens : Recipes : Food Network
Crispy Baked Potatoes Recipe courtesy Food Network Magazine
Kraken are legendary sea monsters of giant proportions said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland. The legend may have originated from sightings of giant squid that are estimated to grow to 40–50 ft in length, including the tentacles. The sheer size and fearsome appearance attributed to the kraken have made it a common ocean-dwelling monster in various fictional works.
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Kraken The colossal octopus: a drawing by malacologist Pierre Dénys de Montfort (1801) (based on descriptions by French sailors). Mythology Norse Grouping Legendary creature Sub-grouping Sea monster Country Greenland Habitat Greenland Sea Length 50 m
I actually found my tattoo idea in picture form!
Kraken - Recognised for modern movies, such as Pirates of the Caribbean, but originally, The Kraken belongs to the cold Norwegian sea. It was first said to be seen in the early 1700's. It was originally said to be in the shape of a crab and the size of an island. Other descriptions say that it was a giant octopus, that dragged ships down to the bottom of the sea! (Listverse 2012)
The Kraken Probably no legendary sea monster was as horrifying as the Kraken. According to stories this huge, many armed, creature could reach as high as the top of a sailing ship's main mast. A kraken would attack a ship by wrapping their arms around the hull and capsizing it. The crew would drown or be eaten by the monster. What's amazing about the kraken stories is that, of all the sea monster tales we have, we have the best evidence that this creature was based on something real. Tales of a huge, many armed, headed or horned sea creatures exist from ancient times. The Greek legend of the Scylla, a monster with six heads that Odysseus must sail past during his travels, is an example of this tradition. In 1555 Olaus Magnus wrote of a sea creature with "sharp and long Horns round about, like a Tree root up by the Roots: They are ten or twelve cubits long, very black, and with huge eyes..." Although the term kraken is first found in print in Systema Naturae (Carolus Linnaeus - 1735), stories about this monster seem to date back to twelfth century Norway. These tales often refer to a creature so big that it is mistaken for an island or series of islands. Even as late as 1752, when the Bishop of Bergen, Erik Ludvigsen Pontoppidan, wrote his The Natural History of Norway he described the kraken as "incontestably the largest Sea monster in the world" with a width of one and a half miles. The Bishop also noted that the animal had starfish type protuberances: "It seems these are the creature's arms, and, it is said, if they were to lay hold of the largest man-of-war, they would pull it down to the bottom." Despite this Pontoppidan says that the most danger the kraken represented to ships came from the disturbance it made as it came to the surface or whirlpool as created as it descended below. Because fish were attracted to the vicinity of the kraken, he also notes, Norwegian fishermen would often fish over the creature, despise the risk to their ship and their lives. An octopus-like kraken attacks a sailing ship. Later Kraken stories bring the creature down to a smaller, but still monstrous, size. Though early descriptions of the animal give a more crab-like appearance, by the 18th century it started showing up in drawings as a giant, many armed cephalopod (like an octopus or squid). In 1802 the French scientist Pierre Denys de Montfort stated in his book on the natural history of mollusks that the creature encountered by Norwegian sailors was the kracken octopus. Montfort even suggested that there was even a larger type of octopus than this, the colossal octopus that had been known to attack sailing vessels. The Kraken of legend is probably what we know today as the giant squid. While a colossal octopus might also fit the description, the squid is thought to be much more aggressive and more likely to come to the surface where it might be seen by man. Though giant squids are considerably less then a mile and a half across, some are thought to be large enough to wrestle with a whale. On at least three occasions in the 1930's they reportedly attacked a ship. While the squids got the worst of these encounters when they slid into the ship's propellers, the fact that they attacked at all shows that it is possible for these creatures to mistake a vessel for a whale. Is it a Kraken or a Giant Squid? Could a large squid, say a hundred feet long and weighing two or three tons, attack a small ship by accident and capsize it? Given that some ocean crossing vessels at the time were very small (for example, Columbus's Pinta was only 60 feet in length), it certainly seems a possibility. Allegedly this is what occurred to sailing ship of the coast of Angola in the 17th century and the incident inspired the drawing at the top of the page.
up from the deep blue
Clam Digger Hand Pulled Linoleum Block Print by ColorOnPaper, $25.00
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Two Goats Hand Pulled Linoleum Block Print by ColorOnPaper on Etsy, $40.00
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My Left Foot Hand Pulled Linoleum Block Print by ColorOnPaper, $15.00
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Mussel Constellation Hand Pulled Linoleum Block by ColorOnPaper, $20.00
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Alsace farmhouse, France. Photographs by Dennis Barloga
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Alsace Farmhouse - Alsace, France | Photos of Europe: Fine Art Photographs by Dennis Barloga
Sedona Sky 8x10 Original Fine Art Photograph by urbanantique, $20.00
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The Beading Gem's Journal: Gorgeous Polymer Clay Jewelry and Tutorial by Helen Breil
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Painted Rain Barrels
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Painted Rain Barrels for Garden Art?
Plastic containers as decorated rain barrels a great DIY!
I want pretty rainbarrels! Rain barrels on Parade. http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/look-rain-barrels-on-parade-59977#
Rain barrels - fun project!
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DIY Rain Barrel for less than $100. This concept with metal barrels. right next to a garden shed or carport that collects rainwater.
DIY Tutorial: How to Build a Rain Barrel. Make use of rain water and save money at the same time. #rainbarrel
another take on the DIY rain barrel. such a great idea!
The Family Handyman is the DIYers best friend, offering a variety of print and digital resources for do-it-yourselfers. By visiting the site you will learn how to build your own DIY rain barrel that costs less than $100 and works just as well as the expensive one you can buy. You will get complete how-to instructions, tool and material lists and comments from other DIYers. Get ready to start saving water with the next rainfall!
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Reusing rain water for your yard, and other creative yard art and gardening ideas.
Path To The Light A Meeting With A Higher by EnergyArtistJulia, $48.00