I put my hair half up, leaving less than an inch of hair above my ears down.  Then I took those hairs that I left down and I just wrapped by ebony
ebony
ebony I put my hair half up, leaving less than an inch of hair above my ears down.  Then I took those hairs that I left down and I just wrapped
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This is just a hair (pun intended) longer than my style now. I need updo ideas for those pesky baby hairs and pieces that won't stay.. by ebony
ebony
ebony This is just a hair (pun intended) longer than my style now. I need updo ideas for those pesky baby hairs and pieces that won't stay..
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Left my natural part, teased the crown a little, then twisted the sides (right above the ears) back and secured with a small elastic. Then wrapped a large strand of my own hair around and secured with a bobby pin. by angeline
angeline
angeline Left my natural part, teased the crown a little, then twisted the sides (right above the ears) back and secured with a small elastic. Then wrapped a large strand of my own hair around and secured with a bobby pin.
All Dressed Up
1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally.

2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head.

3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck.

4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder. by aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke 1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally. 2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head. 3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck. 4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder.
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I can say that I consume less than a few pounds of meat, and the only 'beverage milk' I consume are half and half in my tea (which adds up by ila
ila
ila I can say that I consume less than a few pounds of meat, and the only 'beverage milk' I consume are half and half in my tea (which adds up
Vegetarian
I polished each of these 7 books off in less than 24 hours because I just couldn't put them down. by shelby
shelby
shelby I polished each of these 7 books off in less than 24 hours because I just couldn't put them down.
To read
Well to my pleasant surprise it worked! I just put about 4 pennies in a plastic bag, and filled it half way with water and zipped it so the water wouldn’t leak out. Then I hung it on the out side of the back door. Then I deliberately left the door open while doing salsa. There were no flies in the house at the end of that day... by kathy
kathy
kathy Well to my pleasant surprise it worked! I just put about 4 pennies in a plastic bag, and filled it half way with water and zipped it so the water wouldn’t leak out. Then I hung it on the out side of the back door. Then I deliberately left the door open while doing salsa. There were no flies in the house at the end of that day...
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Grab a small very small amount of dipdown onto macs #266 brush then outline/trace the bottom of your brown. Using the same brush just clean it off, use an eyeshadow about a shade or two lighter then your hair and fill it in. Using another eyeshadow in a shade darker than the first (I use brown down) fill only half of the eyebrow starting from the bottom up, just half way to blend the dipdown to your brow! using a concealer carve out your brown by mmonet
mmonet
mmonet Grab a small very small amount of dipdown onto macs #266 brush then outline/trace the bottom of your brown. Using the same brush just clean it off, use an eyeshadow about a shade or two lighter then your hair and fill it in. Using another eyeshadow in a shade darker than the first (I use brown down) fill only half of the eyebrow starting from the bottom up, just half way to blend the dipdown to your brow! using a concealer carve out your brown
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I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper.  Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle.  Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done! by Patricia.L.DeJesus
Patricia.L.DeJesus
Patricia.L.DeJesus I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done!
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Janet Windsor's description card reads:  "At the end of my journey this is what I hope for… an eternity spent sewing and creating”.  She explains: "I love the Dia de los Muertos holiday in Mexico. I love the sentiment and the iconography. I cannot imagine a happier place to end up than at my sewing machine. So I borrowed an illustrator friend’s skeleton and took photos of it sitting at a featherweight sewing machine. I did a drawing from those photos which I then fused, appliqued, drew and paint by proteamundi
proteamundi
proteamundi Janet Windsor's description card reads:  "At the end of my journey this is what I hope for… an eternity spent sewing and creating”.  She explains: "I love the Dia de los Muertos holiday in Mexico. I love the sentiment and the iconography. I cannot imagine a happier place to end up than at my sewing machine. So I borrowed an illustrator friend’s skeleton and took photos of it sitting at a featherweight sewing machine. I did a drawing from those photos which I then fused, appliqued, drew and paint
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Lanterns: The girls made the lanterns at camp. They just took those jars, put stickers on and then sprayed the glass with a spray paint to "frost" it, then removed the stickers. Then they wrapped wire tight around the mouth of the jars and added ribbon to make it cute. Inside is just a battery operated little tea light. Easy peasy and very cute. by lauri
lauri
lauri Lanterns: The girls made the lanterns at camp. They just took those jars, put stickers on and then sprayed the glass with a spray paint to "frost" it, then removed the stickers. Then they wrapped wire tight around the mouth of the jars and added ribbon to make it cute. Inside is just a battery operated little tea light. Easy peasy and very cute.
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Steps for waves in under 10 minutes:    Divide your hair into 4 sections. I like to take the hair that falls in front of the shoulders + the hair that falls behind the shoulders and then split them in 2 to get my 4 sections. Clip the front sections up.  Curl section one (see above). Start with the middle and inch your way down to the ends. I like using a 1″ barrel for this but you can also use 1 1/4″ if you have that.  Curl section two. Make by marcia
marcia
marcia Steps for waves in under 10 minutes: Divide your hair into 4 sections. I like to take the hair that falls in front of the shoulders + the hair that falls behind the shoulders and then split them in 2 to get my 4 sections. Clip the front sections up. Curl section one (see above). Start with the middle and inch your way down to the ends. I like using a 1″ barrel for this but you can also use 1 1/4″ if you have that. Curl section two. Make
lovely locks
This is my Design Wall, with a few of the Craftsy BOM displayed. I made this with the help of my husband for less than $30 and it measures 6ft x 10ft. All you need is 1 inch PVC pipe and a few corner elbows and "T" joints.  Then sew up a cover from good heavy flannel (extra wide 102"-120") and slip the pipes through casings on the back.  There is no glue involved, the whole board breaks down for travel (and washing)  The frame just leans against by fanmmm
fanmmm
fanmmm This is my Design Wall, with a few of the Craftsy BOM displayed. I made this with the help of my husband for less than $30 and it measures 6ft x 10ft. All you need is 1 inch PVC pipe and a few corner elbows and "T" joints. Then sew up a cover from good heavy flannel (extra wide 102"-120") and slip the pipes through casings on the back. There is no glue involved, the whole board breaks down for travel (and washing) The frame just leans against
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That wasted space above the toilet? Use it!! These shelves cost less than $25 to make and took less than an hour to build! DIY Built-In Bathroom Shelving via RainonaTinRoof.com by estelle
estelle
estelle That wasted space above the toilet? Use it!! These shelves cost less than $25 to make and took less than an hour to build! DIY Built-In Bathroom Shelving via RainonaTinRoof.com
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Peanut Butter Cookie Dough from @sixsistersstuff | Two of my favorite treats are brownies and cookie dough. So I figured… why not put them together? I brought them to a friends house and I told him he could take a few before we left and he took half the pan – they were THAT good! Ha Ha! by jeanne
jeanne
jeanne Peanut Butter Cookie Dough from @sixsistersstuff | Two of my favorite treats are brownies and cookie dough. So I figured… why not put them together? I brought them to a friends house and I told him he could take a few before we left and he took half the pan – they were THAT good! Ha Ha!
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For those inflamed, painful pimples that just show up out of nowhere. Bust Open An Advil Liquid Gel And Put The Gel On the Pimple. it relieves pain and redness almost instantly. - My Favorite Things by Hairstyle Tutorials
Hairstyle Tutorials
Hairstyle Tutorials For those inflamed, painful pimples that just show up out of nowhere. Bust Open An Advil Liquid Gel And Put The Gel On the Pimple. it relieves pain and redness almost instantly. - My Favorite Things
Hairstyle Tutorials
The Bestest Cupcakes I've Ever Made - And then, like a ray of golden sunshine beaming down from the heavens, I found THE recipe. The one that would put all my other cupcake recipes to shame. The one that when you took a bite of it's sugary deliciousness you'd hear angels sing. {insert Halleluja chorus here} by tammi
tammi
tammi The Bestest Cupcakes I've Ever Made - And then, like a ray of golden sunshine beaming down from the heavens, I found THE recipe. The one that would put all my other cupcake recipes to shame. The one that when you took a bite of it's sugary deliciousness you'd hear angels sing. {insert Halleluja chorus here}
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The Bestest Cupcakes I've Ever Made - And then, like a ray of golden sunshine beaming down from the heavens, I found THE recipe.  The one that would put all my other cupcake recipes to shame.  The one that when you took a bite of it's sugary deliciousness you'd hear angels sing.  {insert Halleluja chorus here} by tammi
tammi
tammi The Bestest Cupcakes I've Ever Made - And then, like a ray of golden sunshine beaming down from the heavens, I found THE recipe. The one that would put all my other cupcake recipes to shame. The one that when you took a bite of it's sugary deliciousness you'd hear angels sing. {insert Halleluja chorus here}
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I put it in a pony tail, split it in two, looped it to make the bow parts & pinned those down. Then I brought the ends of my hair over the by jewels42
jewels42
jewels42 I put it in a pony tail, split it in two, looped it to make the bow parts & pinned those down. Then I brought the ends of my hair over the
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" Gary held out a dress. 'try this' he said flatly. I looked at it then at him. 'why?' I asked raising an eyebrow. He shrugged. I took it a put it on. The dress came down to my knees. It was soft and silky. I stepped out. I could see then hint of a blush on Gary's face as I stepped out 'So?' I asked. 'Beautiful' he breathed" by jeanne
jeanne
jeanne " Gary held out a dress. 'try this' he said flatly. I looked at it then at him. 'why?' I asked raising an eyebrow. He shrugged. I took it a put it on. The dress came down to my knees. It was soft and silky. I stepped out. I could see then hint of a blush on Gary's face as I stepped out 'So?' I asked. 'Beautiful' he breathed"
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previous pinner said: Trash to treasure. I tore down an old privacy fence that the posts were rotted and slats were badly weathered. Instead of throwing away right away, i just leaned them against my shed(im lazy). Then my wife was wanting a coffin built, so my plan was to go buy some pine 1x and make a "dracula" coffin. While i was planning  how to build i looked out into the yard and saw the old fence...and bam it hit me. I took some dimensions and count of what usable material i had. I h by maggie
maggie
maggie previous pinner said: Trash to treasure. I tore down an old privacy fence that the posts were rotted and slats were badly weathered. Instead of throwing away right away, i just leaned them against my shed(im lazy). Then my wife was wanting a coffin built, so my plan was to go buy some pine 1x and make a "dracula" coffin. While i was planning how to build i looked out into the yard and saw the old fence...and bam it hit me. I took some dimensions and count of what usable material i had. I h
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So I just tried this experiment for fun. What you need: -Vicks vapor rub -Coconut oil -Coffee grounds -Saran wrap •First I put a layer of vicks vapor rub on my stomach. •Then I mixed the coffee grounds and coconut oil and made it into a paste. Then rubbed that on my stomach. •I then wrapped saran wrap around my stomach 4x. •I let it sit for 30 min. by J.H.
J.H.
J.H. So I just tried this experiment for fun. What you need: -Vicks vapor rub -Coconut oil -Coffee grounds -Saran wrap •First I put a layer of vicks vapor rub on my stomach. •Then I mixed the coffee grounds and coconut oil and made it into a paste. Then rubbed that on my stomach. •I then wrapped saran wrap around my stomach 4x. •I let it sit for 30 min.
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Pinner said: "Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: It's Snowing Angles! printable' Then I explained that right angles are 90 degrees, obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees, and acute angles are less than 90 degrees. I showed him how to line up the bottom of his protractor to tell the size of an angle'" by myrl
myrl
myrl Pinner said: "Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: It's Snowing Angles! printable' Then I explained that right angles are 90 degrees, obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees, and acute angles are less than 90 degrees. I showed him how to line up the bottom of his protractor to tell the size of an angle'"
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"I feel that God made my body perfect the way I was born. Then man robbed me, took away my power, and left me a cripple. My womanhood was stolen. If God had wanted those body parts missing, why did he create them?" - Waris Dirie by claudia
claudia
claudia "I feel that God made my body perfect the way I was born. Then man robbed me, took away my power, and left me a cripple. My womanhood was stolen. If God had wanted those body parts missing, why did he create them?" - Waris Dirie
bon appetit
Hi my Name is Ryan Jason Riley.  I was born with Leukemia and Down Syndrome.  Mommy and Daddy say I am special but I think I am a normal boy just like the rest of us, Just another human being and we are all special.  Maybe I might cost a little bit more than the average human which is why I am setting up this site so people can follow my story and maybe help me out.  Most important above everything else is that I get lots of prayers. by tommie
tommie
tommie Hi my Name is Ryan Jason Riley. I was born with Leukemia and Down Syndrome. Mommy and Daddy say I am special but I think I am a normal boy just like the rest of us, Just another human being and we are all special. Maybe I might cost a little bit more than the average human which is why I am setting up this site so people can follow my story and maybe help me out. Most important above everything else is that I get lots of prayers.
boys room
half-up/half-down hairstyles! I just want my hair to curl like that please somebody tell me how to do it easily with the little time that I have by Ángel
Ángel
Ángel half-up/half-down hairstyles! I just want my hair to curl like that please somebody tell me how to do it easily with the little time that I have
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Every once in a while my team and I put together a resource that I am especially proud of– this simple round up is definitely one of those times. As straight-forward sounding as this list is, Kaley has really done an incredible job of rounding up 30 recipes that are as healthy as they are … by eve
eve
eve Every once in a while my team and I put together a resource that I am especially proud of– this simple round up is definitely one of those times. As straight-forward sounding as this list is, Kaley has really done an incredible job of rounding up 30 recipes that are as healthy as they are …
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Flip down kids table | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White - lots of DIY projects. I love the idea of a desk that I can pull down and then put away to avoid cluttering it up with stuff. :) by MarylinJ
MarylinJ
MarylinJ Flip down kids table | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White - lots of DIY projects. I love the idea of a desk that I can pull down and then put away to avoid cluttering it up with stuff. :)
Keeper
Flip down kids table | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White - lots of DIY projects.  I love the idea of a desk that I can pull down and then put away to avoid cluttering it up with stuff.  :) by audrey
audrey
audrey Flip down kids table | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White - lots of DIY projects. I love the idea of a desk that I can pull down and then put away to avoid cluttering it up with stuff. :)
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Body After Baby, Core work out, Diastasis, post pregnancy work out, getting rid of baby belly *** I was skeptical of the workout she suggested, so I tried it out. I was amazed! My inner abdomen is actually sore! From just one little workout that took less than 15 min! I finally found a good, sound, post-preg stomach shaping workout! -Yvonne by marcianita
marcianita
marcianita Body After Baby, Core work out, Diastasis, post pregnancy work out, getting rid of baby belly *** I was skeptical of the workout she suggested, so I tried it out. I was amazed! My inner abdomen is actually sore! From just one little workout that took less than 15 min! I finally found a good, sound, post-preg stomach shaping workout! -Yvonne
FIT
I cast on 600 stitches, and knitted through the back loops at the beginning and end of every row leaving a short length of yarn. I then pulled the yarn tightly to create a self-fringe. I did one row only per colour (which took 6-7 yards of yarn).    I ended up doing 82 rows and the scarf is just over 6 inches wide. It grew in blocking and is about 9 ft long, and wraps twice round my neck easily. You could probably go shorter. by Cheri Lopez
Cheri Lopez
Cheri Lopez I cast on 600 stitches, and knitted through the back loops at the beginning and end of every row leaving a short length of yarn. I then pulled the yarn tightly to create a self-fringe. I did one row only per colour (which took 6-7 yards of yarn). I ended up doing 82 rows and the scarf is just over 6 inches wide. It grew in blocking and is about 9 ft long, and wraps twice round my neck easily. You could probably go shorter.
shawl