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22 Awesome DIY Balloons Decorations

Neat idea for a kid's birthday party, tie balloons to favor bags. They will be festive party decor, plus every kid wants to take home a balloon! "This really works! The kids love them so much they almost fight over which color they get to take home!" ~JAH


Name: Solaris Kinetic Table • Designer: Lara Bohinc and Lapicida • Description: "The Solaris table is made up of four stacked rings of marble plates which are moving smoothly on a rotation spindle like a range of orbits. The table is ever changeable, as the plates can be easily moved around its axis, allowing it to go from a totally closed circle to spread open reaching almost double the size." — "Solaris Kinetic Table", Lara Bohinc (Retrieved: 6 January, 2015)


A wartime kitchen. This lady's name was Mrs Haslet and she lived in London. She was photographed cooking a meal on her gas cooker.

from Apartment Therapy

House Tour: Sam's Carriage House Meets Gypsy Caravan — San Francisco

@Gilda Locicero Therapy Name: Samantha Martin-Evans Location: San Francisco, CA Size: 950 sq. ft., 2-bedroom Edwardian carriage house Years lived in: 11, owned

from One Beautiful Home

How to create a magical Christmas when you have no money!

I can tell that Christmas is right around the corner not just because all the stores are starting to set up their displays - and are already selling artificial Christmas trees. But, because I have started receiving emails asking for ideas to celebrate the holidays when you have very little ...


8 New Things You Can Do with Old Board Games

Scrabble Letters Hanger--cute for Robolly Ridge. Camp is great for these little things you wouldn't put in your fancy schmancy homes!

from Etsy

New Home Card | Scrabble Letters | Personalisation available | Keepsake

New Home card, wooden scrabble letters spell out New Home the luggage tag can be personalised with your own short message or names, just add a note


Hel is the daughter of Loki and the Jotun Angrboda. Half of her body resembles a living woman while the other resembles a corpse. Her expression is always gloomy and grim. The Aesir feared Hel and her brothers, so they were abducted by the gods and banished. Hel was made the ruler of the realm of the dead, which is also named Hel. The entrance is guarded by Garm, a monstrous hound. Hel’s hall is Eljudnir, home of the dead. Her plate is called Hunger, and her knife is Famine.