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    Don't cross contaminate your food, make these DIY color coded cutting boards instead with full tutorial!

    No web site....need to enlarge to read, this pin has a tutorial for filling in embroidery designs with the appropriate stitch.

    Ballpoint portrait by purakashi.deviant... on @deviantART

    Shhhh... by Cora-Tiana.devian... on @DeviantArt

    "My sister and I are both in the design industry and we look forward to the color of the year announcement every year! Color is my favorite part of painting. I spend a lot of time mixing my watercolors or acrylics to get the perfect tone. I was especially excited about radiant orchid, because flowers are my biggest inspiration!" - Artist and Pantone #coloroftheyear fan @Ana Victoria Calderón. How has Radiant Orchid inspired you? Share your work with #radiantorchid for a chance to be featured!

    Can't Remember His Name 8 X 10 Print of Original Fashion Illustration by anna hammer

    Original Watercolor Fashion Illustration - Watercolor by Lana Moes


    Stenciled wrapping paper

    Personal Illustrations 2012 by Daryl Feril, would make an interesting half sleeve

    Coeur de Pirate - Florian NICOLLE, via Behance

    Autumn by Ariana Perez, via Behance

    Undress me on Behance

    How to Make a Lamp {DIY Bottle Lamp}...step one: find sweet blue jar for cheap

    DIY Pallet Mason Jar Chandelier / light Fixture, awesome lighting idea to give a try!

    Rustic DIY Lamps

    In high school i was in AP art. I loved to draw, paint and sketch. Art was a way to express my feelings and allow my mind to wonder to wonderful places. I enjoyed art and i was really good at it. I remember sending one of my pieces into an art show. It came back 1st place and i was very proud of myself. All through out high school i would doodle. Doodle on random pieces of paper and even on tests and homework. Art is something everyone should try because you cant get an F on artwork.

    Funny Giraffe Drawing. by BunnytheDuck on Etsy, $25.00


    Tour Leslie Shewring’s Work Studio In Victoria, BC


    I took a pile of old pallets and some scrap plywood and turned it into an indoor recycling separator! Total cost to me, $4.50 for the lid hinges plus the cost of the nails and screws which I already had lying around. It took awhile for assembly and sanding but it looks great after it is all done. I used a wood burner to label the holes in the lid for the final touch.

    Con un poco de papel continuo y unas cuantas ceras y lápices nos montamos una mesa de Navidad para niños de lo más entretenida para ellos. Así tanto tú como ellos y toda la familia comen entretenidos :)

    How to draw: Eye

    Cherry Blossom Painting Lesson Using Watercolor Paint