Art, Recycling ideas: Orange “roses”

Art, Recycling ideas: Orange “roses”

Orange “roses” you can decorate a fragrant mixture of dried flower petals..

Апельсиновыми "розами" можно украсить ароматную смесь из засушеных цветочных лепестков

Starting from the top of the fruit, spiral cut away thin strip of peel. The upper edge of trying to capture the white stripes.

Начиная с макушки плода, спиралеобразно срезаем тонкую полосу кожуры. По верхнему краю стараемся захватить белую полоску.

Получается вот такая заготовка розы

It turns out there is a blank roses

Начиная с макушки, полоску скручиваем в плотную спираль.

Готовую свежую "розу" кладем на картонку и помещаем на отопительную батарею. Высыхает примерно за две сутки. Становится твердой, прекрасно д

Cooked fresh “rose” to put a piece of cardboard and place them on a radiator. It dries in about two days. Becomes a solid, well-d

Готовые "розы".

  Если кожура у апельсина толстая, после срезки первого слоя, срезаем второй слой - белый. Из него "розы" получаются цвета масла.

 If you peel an orange with a thick, after cutting the first layer, cut-off the second layer – white. From a “rose” colored oils are obtained.

 

If tangerine cut into thin slices and dried in the battery, get a fashionable addition to the dry flower arrangements.

Если мандарин покроить тонкими ломтиками и высушить на батарее, получим модное дополнение к сухим цветочным композициям.

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Апельсиновыми "розами" можно украсить ароматную смесь из засушеных цветочных лепестков

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10 Cute & Clever Centerpieces

Looking for wedding centerpiece ideas that’s a bit outside the box? I’m a big fan of weird and quirky and I’ve been collecting unique centerpiece ideas just for you!

 1. Carnations in test tubes, held by rolls of colorful yarn is pure genius, not to mention DIY friendly too {by Rachel Ray}.

carnation diy centerpiece

2. Who knew industrial could be so girly? Check out this DIY cinder block centerpieces, as well as several other cute centerpiece ideas {over on Yes, Please}.

cement block diy centerpiece

 3. Not a flower kind of girl? How about fruits? And afterwards, you’d have plenty of fruits for pies {by MSW}.

fruit centerpieces

 4. There’s something so magical about woodland wonderland weddings. To get the look, you just need bits of moss and ferns sitting pretty in glass cloches {via Unruly Things; photos by Erin Grace}.

cloche centerpiece

 5. They say origami is both an art and a science, but what they didn’t tell you is it also makes original and inventive wedding centerpieces {by Lo Bjurulf for Ikea}.

origami centerpiece

6. Woodland weddings get 2 votes from me. Here’s another take on the theme that’s Alice in Wonderland inspired {via MSW}.

woodland centerpiece

7. Let’s not forget cottons are flowers too {via forget.me.knot}.

cotton centerpiece

 8. Did you know wine glasses doubles as cloches and candle holders? What a useful glassware {by Rachel Ray}.

diy wine glass centerpiece

 9. More than a staple, wheat can also stand on their own as wedding centerpieces {via Aisle Dash}

wheat centerpiece

 10. A fun reminder of the “chemistry” that brought you and your fiancee together, a test tube rack centerpiece is just the right theme {via Apartment Therapy}.

test tube rack centerpiece

 I hope this post inspired you to come up with some brilliant centerpieces of your own. If you’ve got some to share, I’d love to hear about it!

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Château de Moissac :)

Once upon a time a princess, let’s call her Princess Jo decided she needed her own castle, a Château in fact. Somewhere in Provence. Something simple. Nothing too flashy. She may be a fairytale princess but she had her feet firmly on the ground (yah right!).  She asked her fairy godmother to find her something. Spare and simple, almost monastic but always breathtakingly beautiful. Château de Moissac is too gorgeous to be true … but it is. Fairytales do come true.

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

My Cozy Bedroom..

Hey 🙂 Haven’t you fought with your sibling  for the BIGGER room and have really hoped to be able to afford a big spacious room in the future too.. Well for me it was the same 🙂 but lately I think I would prefer a small cozy room 🙂 🙂

Lets try and change your point of view about the same too 🙂 Well I came across an awesum awesum link which gave me various ideas as to how to make my small room an attractive place to be in..

www.designlike.com is a blog which posts news and articles in design and architecture for all people who like  information about new trends in design,  for beautify and personalize environment while increasing quality of life together for a great design.

If you have a small bedroom and you don’t know how to design and decorate it in a manner that is not crowded, you should design it in terms of utility and space. It seems impossible at first sight to get a maximum of comfort in a small space and that’s why I want to share some tricks that can be useful when you want a great comfort in a small bedroom.

The first aspect that can help a wider perception of space is color that should be open and bright to have great light in our room giving it a spaciousness appearance.

 

                         

 Furniture should be sized in relation to room size, furniture arrangement bodies are pieces of furniture should be made ​​important in our use and positioned with the intent to save space. The bed is a very important piece of furniture when it comes to gain space for our little bedroom. Folding beds are a very good solution for tight spaces and bedding that can sit on low ground height.

 

 

 

You shouldn’t neglect the wallpaper because the forms printed on it can make the space look bigger. Printed elements should be horizontal lines to give the impression of stretching horizontally.

 

 

 TV set is a must for me in a bedroom. For small bedroom it must be sized or small, and if you have a large TV is better to be incorporated into a wall or furniture.

 

Tech gadgets can be done with the most important objects, for example a clock, a frame with a favorite photo and small objects that do not crowded room. The computer is preferable to be a laptop, and if it is not possible to have a one, you should decided with rigor whether or not need a computer in a small bedroom.

 

 So, were you amused  🙂 If I had a room like any one of these, I wouldn’t leave my room all the more (not that I do it anyways 😉 )

Lets hope that this post did intrigue you to incorporate any one of these in your room 🙂 not necessarily fully (cause I really don’t think we would go that far, but bits and pieces at least)..

Until my next post 🙂

Take care guys,

Luv ya 🙂

Mirrors n Frames!!

Okay I know dis is really fast but I just loved dis page 🙂

I m so bloody excited about dis, I just had to had to post dis here..

Okay so I was surfing (as always!!) and I came across this website called www.sasinteriors.net and a very exciting  post on it called “Useful Ideas and Layouts to Create a Photo Gallery Wall”. The author Jenna, is an interior designer and dis very post of hers received around 70,000 views n am not surprised why 🙂

I was always excited about decorating my room, n I absolutely adore mirrors arrangements 🙂 n wanted to have random shaped mirrors above my bed post and along the stairways etc. 

So when I read dis I was in seventh heaven. So in this post the author is giving various ideas as to how u can display pictures, frames and mirrors on your wall.

One of my most helpful was this:

 This not only gives an idea as to how we can position our frames but also helps us to mix n match various shapes n sizes 🙂 🙂 

Well now a lot of pictures are going to get piled up here, so brace yourself 🙂

 

 

Quite a few ideas rite 🙂 Well what else you could do is to match the frames of your pictures with the color combination of your room.. try n put something witch will enhance the look of that wall.. I am so exited to put this into place in my room 🙂 🙂 hope u guys also loved it..

And of course all thanks to Jenna without whom I could’t have been able to put it here 🙂 n special thanks to the photographers (I really couldn’t find the source)

Catch u guys later 🙂