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Wall Decor Idea - Install A Paper Roll Holder To Create A Fun Place To Write Lists Or Let Kids Draw

Wall Decor Idea - Install A Paper Roll Holder To Create A Fun Place To Write Lists Or Let Kids Draw

Chocolate Macarons + Coffee Buttercream

Chocolate Macarons + Coffee Buttercream

A delicious macaron with a slight touch of cocoa sandwiched together with a creamy coffee buttercream. **Just like that the summer flew by! My blog has been very quiet lately and I apologize for no...

A delicious macaron with a slight touch of cocoa sandwiched together with a creamy coffee buttercream. **Just like that the summer flew by! My blog has been very quiet lately and I apologize for no...

Vanilla Bean Macarons from @kokocooks

Vanilla Bean Macarons from @kokocooks

thenailboss #nail #nails #nailart

thenailboss #nail #nails #nailart

Gotta read this-didn't realize you could actually make your hair grow at all! 30 Remedies to Make your Hair Grow Faster

Gotta read this-didn't realize you could actually make your hair grow at all! 30 Remedies to Make your Hair Grow Faster

Poppy Blossom coloring page | SuperColoring.com

Poppy Blossom coloring page | SuperColoring.com

Otto Eckmann, Jugend magazine, 1896. I love the way the cyclamens heads go back, I want to paint my pink and crimson striped one.

Otto Eckmann, Jugend magazine, 1896. I love the way the cyclamens heads go back, I want to paint my pink and crimson striped one.

Heather Hansen's "extraordinary project called Emptying Gestures" in which "she experimented with kinetic drawing. It’s a technique where the artist uses her own body to illustrate action on a two-dimensional surface rather than using paintbrushes. Her goal was to download her movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one to another by creating something incredible in the process."

Heather Hansen's "extraordinary project called Emptying Gestures" in which "she experimented with kinetic drawing. It’s a technique where the artist uses her own body to illustrate action on a two-dimensional surface rather than using paintbrushes. Her goal was to download her movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one to another by creating something incredible in the process."