Scared of color? Abigail Ahern, author of A Girl’s Guide To Decorating gives tips on how to bring color into your home. No more excuses! Clever, clever color. Used correctly, color not only transforms a faceless room into something spectacular but it can also change our perceptions of its actual shape and size.Read all about Abigail's color tips here
One of the most beautiful colours in a bathroom I have seen. Obsessed with Angel Dormer's fabulous lamp in yellow Hugest fan of blue especially the deep inky kind Conference rooms can look cool, just add the odd shot of unusual colour Grey concrete walls beautiful Beautiful colour combo's Pink and black a magical combo. Pink and yellow - super cool Pink bookcases anyone? Making a bathroom special with a splash of red and some wood accessories. Nikki Tibble's London home, pushing colour to tantalising heights!
One of the most beautiful colours in a bathroom I have seen.
Obsessed with Angel Dormer's fabulous lamp in yellow
Hugest fan of blue especially the deep inky kind
Conference rooms can look cool, just add the odd shot of unusual colour
Grey concrete walls beautiful
Beautiful colour combo's
Pink and black a magical combo.
Pink and yellow - super cool
Pink bookcases anyone?
Making a bathroom special with a splash of red and some wood accessories.
Nikki Tibble's London home, pushing colour to tantalising heights!
Here is a great tutorial from Denise Meneghello on how to make this beautiful felt lantern
Click on the images below to see step by step tutorial
You will need scissors, pencil, utility knife, template, colorful silk cord, felt 20 cm x 20 cm. Click here... for the template
Print out the template and use the utility knife to cut through the lines.
Cut a piece of the felt 20 cm x 20 cm. If you prefer to double, cut two pieces of contrasting colors 20 cm x 20 cm, stick them with glue and wait universal drying. Put the template on the felt and draw with a pencil through the lines of the template.
Use the utility knife to cut through the lines
Use scissors to finalizing the cutting
Cut all the way around, leaving it in a circular format
Use your hands to pull the felt down to open the lantern
Place a lightweight glass with a small candle and tie the silk cord
Do others with contrasting colors and hang them where you want
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon baking soda
1 tablespoon dish detergent
1 cup water
1 piece aluminum foil
1. Heat water in the microwave for 1 or 2 minutes.
2. Cut a piece of aluminum foil that roughly covers the bottom of a small bowl (like a cereal bowl).
3. Pour hot water into bowl. Place salt, soda, and dish washing liquid into bowl. Place jewelry on top of foil and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse jewelry in cool water and dry jewelry completely with soft cloth. Discard solution after use and make a new batch next time.
4. According to wire-sculpture.com, "this works well for gold-filled, brass, German (nickel) silver, and sterling silver. Cleaning jewelry with freshwater pearls, shell cameos and mother of pearl with no problem.
This playhouse is amazing. I've never seen such a cool playhouse before. The playhouse is actually an indoor playhouse inside a closet. Because the closet is so big, they didn’t have to build out. They thought a front porch would be cute so of course the husband made it happen.
We are looking forward to see what the husband made for the inside.
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This wedding dress cake is stunning, absolutely beautiful!
Beautiful wedding cake covered with pastel roses.
Rainbow Cake Ball Wedding Cake.
Cake Pop Wedding Cake
Pink pastel ombre cake
Amazing Wedding Cake Dress by Lukka Sigurðardottir
Pink Wedding Cupcakes, decorated with roses, butterflies and small flowers.
Macaron Wedding Cake
A spilled flower pot is a great way to spruce up your landscape. It’s whimsical and simply beautiful. This is also an easy way since a spill pot is planted just like any flower bed. The result is quite impressive, on the other hand. Read more on Interior Holic
Get creative and make your own. Source
Grilled pears with your grilled food is surprisingly good!
· 2 tablespoons honey mustard
· 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
· 1 teaspoon lemon juice
· 1/4 teaspoon salt
· 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
· 2 ripe pears
· 2 ounces Brie cheese, cut into 4 slices
· 4 teaspoons chopped pistachios, toasted
- Preheat oven to 425°F. Coat an 8-inch-square (or similar-size) metal baking pan with cooking spray.
- Whisk mustard, oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper in a small bowl.
- Cut pears in half lengthwise, hollow out the core and slice a small piece off the other side so they will lie flat when served. Brush all over with the mustard glaze and place cored-side down in the prepared pan.
- Bake the pears for 30 minutes, basting halfway through with the glaze. Gently turn them over, baste again and place a piece of Brie in the hollow of each pear. Bake until the pears are tender and the Brie is slightly softened, 3 to 5 minutes. Sprinkle each pear half with 1 teaspoon pistachios.
Tips & Notes
- Tip: To toast seeds and chopped, small or sliced nuts (pages 30, 40, 63), cook in a small dry skillet over medium-low heat, stirring constantly, until fragrant and lightly browned, 2 to 4 minutes.
Recipe from eatingwell.com