A while back, a guy named Nickolay Lamm created a prototype for a Barbie-like doll, but with real human proportions. He used the CDC's measurements for the average 19-year-old American woman. Well wouldn't it be cool if toy makers took notice and started creating dolls for our kids that are more realistic.
Well, that hasn't happened, so Nickolay decided to make his own "average" dolls. He's running a crowdfunding project, and you can help support it by donating or ordering a doll.
The doll is made according to typical human body proportions.
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Lammily wears minimal makeup.
Her wardrobe isn't composed of typical clothing for dolls – she is dressed with striking simplicity.
You don’t need to keep the crafting and DIY project for indoors; you can bring them out in the garden where everybody can see them in the hot summer weather.
The wooden letter is from the craft store for an inexpensive price, and you can spray paint it any color you want, or leave it black. You can choose a bright summer color and contrasting marbles if you’re doing this for a party. The marbles are also readily available at the dollar store. They have one flat surface to make it easy to stick and they come in many different colors too but we love the turquoise color shown in the picture. All you need now is a hot glue gun and you stick them in any arrangement you like.
Well who doesn't recognize the problem keeping the tights in some order!
Here is the best tip I have seen totally brilliant and is going to be on my next to do list that is for sure!
1. Get those tights.2
2. Find some wooden clothes pegs.
3. Measure the side of your wardrobe, or wherever you want to hang your tights. Measure from the top
4. Draw a line on where you want the pegs to be.
5.Get your glue gun and glue the pegs to the closet or wall.
6. Let the glue dry.
See more brilliant stuff from lanared.blogspot.nl
Quick and easy Ginger Peach Jam recipe. Looks so delicious!
You will need:
6 large peaches
1 cup sugar (add more sugar if you want things a bit sweeter)
2 tbsp chopped ginger
1 tbsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp salt
Hop on over to Henry Happened for instructions
This is what we love to see, projects that seem to be really expensive and really hopeless but are totally not.
Here you can find step by step tutorial for this project.
Make a fabulous knotted necklace from fabric yarn or T- shirt yarn. It's a fun and unique accessory that can turn an ordinary outfit into something special. It's less complicated that you might think. Hop on over to crafts.tutsplus.com for step by step tutorial
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Steve Vanhulle at mousseopmaat.com in Belgium made this incredible upholstery for the park benches in his home town. The upholstery can be put on and removed in a couple of seconds and fits on all the benches. It is safe to say that he is offering something a bit more comfortable and cozy for the outdoor public area.
What's not to love about this great design!