The Vapur® Anti-Bottle™ is a foldable, reusable water bottle designed for convenient on-the-go use. Unlike traditional rigid
My favorite Red Velvet Cake recipe. (Although I usually use only 1oz. of red food coloring, and just refill the bottle with water for the
Oh my gosh - I love this - Biography Bottles...it's a water bottle!
I love Downy Unstoppables, I use it to help my laundry smell great. I even did a post on how I use them in sachets in linen drawers for long term freshness here. So I decided to attempt my own febreeze using the scent booster! Materials: Spray bottle 1/4 cup scent booster beads 1 cup hot water Enough water to fill your spray bottle the rest of the way
How often should I shampoo? What is the ideal water temperature to wash my hair? How often should I use a deep-cleansing or clarifying shampoo? The answers to these hair questions and more!
Travel water bottle for dogs. Smart design. Is it sad that I plan to carry water for my dog on long walks but not myself?
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Our Water bottle labels featured in our Fairy Party Labels Package. I also like to use these as Napkin Holders!
I'm not dependent on my water bottle. I just need it by my side everywhere, at all times.
Love this idea from my friend Nicole. Looks so much nicer in my kitchen than stacked cases of water and Gatorade. I wish 31 sold the medium utility tote all year. Could use a bunch more that size!
The page I created last summer I learned new things and became inspired to use more technology in my classroom.
I need to use my cuttle bug more often. I had no idea it could do this!
I saw a water bottle and sharpie chandelier at a kids' art show, and can't wait to make it with my students!
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A great re-use idea - especially for indie-styled local bar bathrooms. I would use the bottle sans label in my home.
Illustrations via Marc-Antoine Coulon I always follow the same ritual – I use soft rigid white paper, ink or water paint. I like when it’s fluid and when it seems effortless – though it’s not. I always try to get rid of useless lines. My sketches are first complicated, and then I try to simplify them as much as I can. Less is more. I try to give the most graphic rendition of the clothes I choose to illustrate. I can draw anywhere… as long as