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Psychology Of Colors September 13, 2013

Filed under: ads,Online help,TIPS,Tools,tricks — TinaCulit @ 2:01 am
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color codesREF:www.webpagefx.com/blog/web-design/psychology-of-color-infographic

 

COOL MOSS GRAFITTI July 1, 2013

Filed under: Amazing,ART,Coolest,NATURE,STUFF,TIPS,tricks,UnUsual — TinaCulit @ 1:50 am
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This stuff is amazing and its very creative to make use of nature with art.. And might try this on my yard one of these days definitely..
Grafitti, Moss

 

    REF: www.theboredninja.com/pictures/moss-graffiti/

 

Volcano in a Mug Nice May 12, 2013

Filed under: Coolest,NATURE,STUFF,tricks,UnUsual — TinaCulit @ 12:12 am

Browsing in some of my favorite stuffs, saw this very unique experiment from a site and it really wanna make me try one of this with my kid one of these days 🙂

AMAZING EXPERIMENT

AMAZING EXPERIMENT

 

Here is the instruction :

“Put some wax in the bottom of a fireproof glass container.

Add some sand.

Fill it up with cold water.

Now carefully heat the bottom.

Eventually, the wax underneath starts to boil (representing the moulten rocks under the Earth’s crust) and it begins to lift the whole landscape above in a dome shape.

Then, the moment of truth – the pressure becomes too much and at the weakest point, where the sand has bubbles, the hot wax shoots out in a lovely volcanic explosion. The entire wax reservoir empties and you get a lovely effect of a flattened top as well, representing how material from the volcanic explosion forms a layer of ash in the atmosphere.”

Enjoy !

 

REF: http://1-art.eu/storm_in_a_tea_cup.htm

 

Anamorphic SculpturesNice ;) March 9, 2013

Filed under: Amazing,Coolest,tricks,UnUsual — TinaCulit @ 1:52 am
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I saw a lot of colourful stuff on the net and different kinds of arts all around the web and this one is very unique and creative enough to

make some abstract idea from a simple set of reflections.

amorph_sculpture02a amorph_sculpture02 amorph_sculpture01 amorph_sculpture02b amorph_sculpture03 amorph_sculpture04 amorph_sculpture05 amorph_sculpture06 amorph_sculpture07

 

REF: http://www.ignant.de/2013/01/30/anamorphic-sculptures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sexy Leg WorkOut December 15, 2012


Sexy Leg WorkOut

This Challenge is designed to improve your muscular endurance in your legs and core. By using your bodyweight as resistance you’ll feel the benefit in your glutes, lower abs, lower back, quads, hamstrings and calves – all in all you’ll have sexy legs!

20 squats
30 lunges
40 calf raises
50 second wall squat
100 jumping jacks
50 second wall squat
40 sumo squats
30 leg raises
20 squats

sexy leg workout challenge Challenge rules

Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.

 

CLEVER IDEAS TO MAKE LIFE EASIER May 14, 2012

Filed under: Coolest,Daily,Life,STUFF,TIPS,Tools,tricks,Uncategorized,UnUsual,Weird — TinaCulit @ 4:32 pm

Hull strawberries easily using a straw. 

 

 Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes. 

 

  

Remove crayon masterpieces from your TV or computer screen with WD40. (also works on walls). 

 

 

 Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.. 

 

 Overhaul your linen cupboard – store bed linen sets inside one of their own pillowcases and there will be no more hunting through piles for a match.. 

 

 Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone / iPod in a bowl – the concave shape amplifies the music.. 

 

 Re-use a wet-wipes container to store plastic bags.. 

 

 Add this item to your beach bag. Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily – who knew?.. 

 

 

 Attach a Velcro strip to the wall to store soft toys.. 

 

 Look up! Use wire to make a space to store gift wrap rolls against the ceiling, rather than cluttering up the floor.. 

 

Gotcha! Find tiny lost items like earrings by putting a stocking over the vacuum hose.. 

 

 Make an instant cupcake carrier by cutting crosses into a box lid..

 

 For those who can’t stand the scrunching and bunching: how to perfectly fold a fitted sheet.. 

 

 Forever losing your bathroom essentials? Use magnetic strips to store bobby pins (and tweezers and clippers) behind a vanity door.. 

 A tip for holiday packing. Store shoes inside shower caps to stop dirty soles rubbing on your clothes. And you can find them in just about every hotel! 

 

 A muffin pan becomes a craft caddy. Magnets hold the plastic cups down to make them tip-resistant.. 

 

 

 Bread tags make the perfect-sized cord labels.. 

 

 

 

Bake cupcakes directly in ice-cream cones – so much more fun and easier for kids to eat. 

 

 

Microwave your own popcorn in a plain brown paper bag. Much healthier and cheaper than the packet stuff. 

 

 

 

Brilliant space-saver: install a tension rod to hang your spray bottles. Genius! 

 

 

 

Win friends at breakfast with this heart-shaped egg tutorial. Aww shucks! 

 

 

 

Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough over the top and voila – you have cookie bowls for fruit or ice-cream 

 

 

 

Freeze Aloe Vera in ice-cube trays for soothing sunburn relief.. 

 

 

 

Gutter garden: Create a window-box veggie patch using guttering… 

 

 

 

Use egg cartons to separate and store your Christmas decorations.Hull strawberries easily using a straw. 

 

 

 

Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes. 

 

 

 

Remove crayon masterpieces from your TV or computer screen with WD40. (also works on walls). 

 

 

 

Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.. 

 

 

 

Overhaul your linen cupboard – store bed linen sets inside one of their own pillowcases and there will be no more hunting through piles for a match.. 

 

 

 

Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone / iPod in a bowl – the concave shape amplifies the music.. 

 

 

 

Re-use a wet-wipes container to store plastic bags.. 

 

 

 

Add this item to your beach bag. Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily – who knew?.. 

 

 

 

Attach a Velcro strip to the wall to store soft toys.. 

 

 

 

Look up! Use wire to make a space to store gift wrap rolls against the ceiling, rather than cluttering up the floor.. 

 

 

 

Gotcha! Find tiny lost items like earrings by putting a stocking over the vacuum hose.. 

 

 

 

Make an instant cupcake carrier by cutting crosses into a box lid.. 

 

 

 

For those who can’t stand the scrunching and bunching: how to perfectly fold a fitted sheet.. 

 

 

 

Forever losing your bathroom essentials? Use magnetic strips to store bobby pins (and tweezers and clippers) behind a vanity door.. 

 

 

 

A tip for holiday packing. Store shoes inside shower caps to stop dirty soles rubbing on your clothes. And you can find them in just about every hotel! 

 

 

 

A muffin pan becomes a craft caddy. Magnets hold the plastic cups down to make them tip-resistant.. 

 

 

 

Bread tags make the perfect-sized cord labels.. 

 

 

 

Bake cupcakes directly in ice-cream cones – so much more fun and easier for kids to eat. 

 

 

 

Microwave your own popcorn in a plain brown paper bag. Much healthier and cheaper than the packet stuff. 

 

 

 

Brilliant space-saver: install a tension rod to hang your spray bottles. Genius! 

 

 

 

Win friends at breakfast with this heart-shaped egg tutorial. Aww shucks! 

 

 

 

Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough over the top and voila – you have cookie bowls for fruit or ice-cream 

 

 

 

Freeze Aloe Vera in ice-cube trays for soothing sunburn relief.. 

 

 

 

Gutter garden: Create a window-box veggie patch using guttering… 

 

 

 

Use egg cartons to separate and store your Christmas decorations.

Ref : www.yesemails.com/interestingemails/25ideas

 

Seven Surprising Uses for Baking Soda June 20, 2011

Filed under: advise,Amazing,Coolest,TIPS,tricks,UnUsual — TinaCulit @ 11:35 pm
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Let us be clear: Baking soda is not going to permanently cure your acne or turn back the cruel hand of time. 
But if you’re looking to detoxify your body and your household, this multitasking ingredient will make your 
life easier (and more beautiful) without denting your coffers. Mom may have taught you that baking soda will 
make your bread rise and your fridge smell better, but did you know of its many cosmetic applications?

Even the ancient Egyptians—and what beauty post would be complete without them?—used a compound similar to 
baking soda as soap. The stuff is antiseptic, antifungal, and lightly exfoliating. It will take the stains off 
your coffee mug and your not-so-pearly whites, and can be consumed internally to ease your tummy ache. And 
fridge odors aren’t the only smells it absorbs so don’t turn your nose up, and bring on the baking soda!

 
Brush Your Teeth With It Most conventional toothpastes use sodium lauryl sulfate as their primary ingredient. 
You may remember this verboten surfactant from previous posts explaining its harsh effects and possible 
contamination with a carcinogen called 1,4-dioxane. If you don’t want peroxide in your mouth, whitening strips 
are out too. Go natural instead with some bad-breath-killing-tooth-whitening baking soda on your brush (tastes 
like the ocean, salty but bearable), or add it to your SLS-free Tom’s for extra-whitening powers.

 
Wash Your Face With It As a rule, we think that harsh scrubs and exfoliants do not belong on your face—not least
of all because you need that top layer of skin to keep bad stuff out and moisture in. Most exfoliating scrubs 
also contain other sketchy ingredients—like plastic balls. If you’re hellbent on scrubbring, though, at least 
switch to baking soda. It works great on elbows and feet too, and combined with some raw honey, this DIY face 
wash is refreshing and soothing—and anti-acne, too.

 
Create a DIY Deodorant This recipe from our book makes for a pretty effective homemade deodorant. Here’s what we
suggest: Mix four tablespoons of baking soda with about ten drops of your favorite essential oil and apply to
underarms. Guys, this sounds girly, but there are plenty masculine smells too—like Texas cedar wood. Ladies 
looking to reapply throughout the day can carry it in their purses: Just fill an empty mineral makeup container
with it and use one of those stubby Kabuki brushes for no-mess application.

 
Spot-Treat Acne Our favorite natural acne remedy is clay, like this green tea one we swear by. But in a bind,
making a little paste from baking soda and water and applying it to an unwelcomed visitor will help dry it out. 
We don't recommend this for deep cysts, but for more surface afflictions, it works like a charm.

 
Cleanse Your Hair If you’re looking to join the ranks of non-shampooers (we know a few), to reduce how often 
shampoo, or simply to get rid of some product build-up on your roots, look no further than baking soda. Just 
fill a glass with warm water and dissolve about a tablespoon of baking soda into it. Take that to the shower, 
and after wetting your hair pour the mixture through. Comb it well before rinsing—your hair will feel a little 
coated and slippery until it’s fully rinsed out.

 
Soothe Your Stomach Acid stomach, heartburn, gas, and other tummy issues are quickly relieved by baking soda 
because its slight alkalinity can neutralize the acid causing the problem. Just mix a teaspoon into a glass of 
warm water and drink it down. We swear by this trick.

 
Soak Your Skin That's right, dissolve some into your bath for a soothing and skin-softening experience. The 
added bonus? You won't need soap—and sometimes that's a good thing.

 REF: http://www.good.is/post/seven-surprising-ways-to-use-baking-soda