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Eliza Bennett - A Woman's Work - Hand Embroidery - This is one of of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. Crazy, beautiful, and and crazy beautiful.


Communist corsets, prosthetic legs and colourful dresses: Frida Kahlo's fascinating wardrobe exhibited in the Mexico City home the artist shared with husband Diego Rivera

The Broken Column - Frida Kahlo, whose work, now on exhibit at the Philadelphia…


Thank You Card Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! Work of Art + Giveaway


Sparkler Firework Craft For Kids

My children love sparkler fireworks but as a mum I find them a bit scary and worry about possible accidents and burns! Don't you? Whether you're celebrating Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year or a birthday here's a fun Kid Safe Sparkler Firework Craft to add to the festivities.


What did World War One really do for women?

WWI Munitions Factories in the UK - here, Woolwich Arsenel. Conditions were poor, and the work was arduous. Some women worked 13 days of 12 hour shifts without a break. Although figures were suppressed to keep morale high, accidents were common. An explosion at a TNT plant in 1917 in East London killed 73 people and destroyed hundreds of homes. Dangerous chemicals caused health problems that lasted long after the war. More at link!


#jasmineYogaTutorial : #FallenAngel Almost like side crow but way prettier. I got this as an accident when I was learning how to side crow. You see I used to cheat by resting my hip on my free elbow and tip forward to get my side crow. And thats exactly what you need for this pose. Let the entire weight rest on your elbows. Make sure your arms are chaturanga and your elbows/hands act as the fulcrum of this pose. Press your temple down and you are free to move your legs! Tips 1) Make…


As a follow on to our piece about American carpet manufacturer turned hunting apparel makers C. H. Masland of Pennsylvania, we’d like to share some recent additions. Unlike other outdoor clothing companies, Masland came to it relatively late, and almost by accident. They had a wartime contract for canvases, clothing and tent awnings, but their main business had always been carpet manufacturing.