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9 Simple And Elegant Napkin Folds for Every Occasion

Napkin folding is a form of art. If you want to increase your dining experience, then this article is for you. With these tutorials, you can quickly and easily make your place settings look extra special. We offer a wide variety of napkin folds that are both fun and easy to do. Whether you are hosting…

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9 Of The World’s Best And Most Amazing 3D Paintings

3D graffiti, whether it’s in chalk or paint, on walls or the street, represents a new way of combining the mastery of Renaissance art techniques with the gritty, ephemeral qualities of amazing street art. There are few things less inspiring than a drap- and grey sidewalk. That is why most of us look up when…

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9 Cute Ways You Can Dress Up Your T-Shirt for Work

Now can you wear your T-shirt to work too. It gets difficult to pull off a t-shirt for work. But you can and if you wonder how, here are for you 9 cute tips that will help dress up your t-shirt for work. Stop saving your T-shirts for running errands over the weekend. #1. Cropped printed…

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Designing a Nursery in Nine Easy Steps

This is a time of life when you're about to welcome a new and wonderful life into the house and it is important to view creating the nursery as a fun creative process that is totally yours to control rather than imposing any harsh expectations on yourself. Here’s your go-to guide to what you need…

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9 Ways How To Make A Chic Home Office

When it comes to decorating your home, it’s all about creating a comfortable living environment that emanates your personal style. The same ethos holds true for at-home office spaces, especially if you’re creating an area for yourself that you won’t be sharing with your partner.This can be your crafting base where you are going to…

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Bjarke Ingels: Most Whimsical and Awe-Inspiring Buildings

Bjarke Bundgaard Ingels is a Danish architect. He is the founder and creative partner of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) since 2005. And now he’s making his mark on New York City. He is known for buildings that defy traditional architectural conventions and dimensions, ranging from representations of mountains to snowflakes. Ingels moved to the city…

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9 Christmas Table Decorations Fit for a Festive Holiday Feast

Nothing is more important on Christmas evening than the tables cape. That's why we're offering inspiration from designers, bloggers and taste makers to help you pick out your own design, whether you prefer a traditional spread or one that's totally modern. Here are 9 Christmas table decorations fit.  #1. Shiny silver Mixing the old with…

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9 Numerous Digital Arts by David Ho

David Ho creates dark digital art with irony. Pieces expressing grief, despair, isolation and sexual disturbance become highly emotional statements in cold, metallic colours on the artist's Macintosh easel. In discussion of his work, he has said that digital technology is "a playpen where inhibitions, imagination, madness, fears and angers run wild in a frolicking…

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French Manicure 9 Design Inspirations

The French manicure remains one of the most popular looks for anyone looking for a timeless, classy mani. However modern nail enthusiasts have been inspired to create unique twists to the classic style. Here are 9 gorgeous updates to the French mani. #1. Blood red and silver Lavish ensemble with a bloody red base and…

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9 Things that Egyptians Were the First to Create

Ancient Egypt was a civilization of ancient Northeastern Africa, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in what is now the modern country of Egypt. It is one of six civilizations to arise independently. This civilization that was once the most intellectually and technologically advanced in the world. Because we all sometimes need a…

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9 of The Most Oldest Versions of Things We Use in Today

Sometimes we take for granted how advanced our culture is and the products we use on an everyday basis. We also don’t always think about how advanced certain cultures were hundreds, and even thousands of years ago. These 9 oldest items show how societies in ancient times had similar items of everyday life. #1. Oldest…

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Top 9 Halloween Costumes Ideas

Every year is the same old story, you want to impress everyone and prepare your super cool Halloween costume months earlier but you end up on the 31st crying over spilled milk. But this doesn’t have to be one of those years. A Halloween costume doesn’t necessarily have to be clever, but if it’s not clever…

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9 Ways Advertisers Make Food Look Delicious

Advertised foods rarely look exactly like the real food they’re selling. In fact, a number of sites around the web have pointed out just how false food advertising can be. The truth is, the delicious-looking culinary concoctions we see in print ads and television commercials would be anything but appetizing if they were on your…

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