tinyhousedarling:

A Woodland Chandelier

As our plans for entertaining move back indoors this autumn, we’ve found a simple way to refresh our décor— a DIY chandelier made from our classic twig lights. Inspired by branches in the fall forest as leaves disappear, this eye-catching fixture is lightweight and easy to move around the house for a touch of sparkle wherever it goes. We think it makes an especially nice addition above the table at dinner parties. Surprisingly straightforward to create and even easier to personalize, this twinkling display will make a welcome sight in your home from fall throughout the holiday season.
What you’ll need
Twig lights (we used 5 bunches)Bind wirePower source
1. Bunch your twig lights together and fasten the upper stems into one, larger stem using bind wire. You may choose to stagger the heights of the stems to create a longer, narrower chandelier.
2. Add additional fastenings at intervals along the upper stems to make sure the chandelier is secure.
3. Shape your twigs as desired. We left ours straight for a natural look, but you could create a more whimsical fixture by twisting individual stems.
4. Fasten the power cords into a single bundle to minimize their appearance.

5. Suspend within reach of a power source and enjoy a gathering under the stars.

tinyhousedarling:

A Woodland Chandelier

As our plans for entertaining move back indoors this autumn, we’ve found a simple way to refresh our décor— a DIY chandelier made from our classic twig lights. Inspired by branches in the fall forest as leaves disappear, this eye-catching fixture is lightweight and easy to move around the house for a touch of sparkle wherever it goes. We think it makes an especially nice addition above the table at dinner parties. Surprisingly straightforward to create and even easier to personalize, this twinkling display will make a welcome sight in your home from fall throughout the holiday season.

What you’ll need

Twig lights (we used 5 bunches)
Bind wire
Power source

1. Bunch your twig lights together and fasten the upper stems into one, larger stem using bind wire. You may choose to stagger the heights of the stems to create a longer, narrower chandelier.

2. Add additional fastenings at intervals along the upper stems to make sure the chandelier is secure.

3. Shape your twigs as desired. We left ours straight for a natural look, but you could create a more whimsical fixture by twisting individual stems.

4. Fasten the power cords into a single bundle to minimize their appearance.

5. Suspend within reach of a power source and enjoy a gathering under the stars.

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shrewreadings:

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Okay - but what does it indicate about your brain if you have read in a dream? I mean, I suspect that if you’re reading something you’ve read before and often (e.g. PTerry’s The Truth), it’s a memory thing, but signs? Road directions? Is this why I keep getting lost in dreams involving road trips?
So, who is your fav character to draw?
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The Master and the Cockatoo

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cimness:

(via Ravelry: Gillam pattern by Kate Gagnon Osborn)
fuckyeahcakedecorating:

meltingmirror:

Vintage Sewing Machine Cake - details by CakeUpStudio

perfection.
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lordstark:

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lordstark:

before you do something please ask yourself “is this something that steve rogers would do” and if it isn’t, don’t do it

i’m gonna fist fight someone in an alley

that’s the spirit!

“Executive” “Action” transvestite Eddie Izzard
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Peggy Carter may not have any superpowers, but if you look at Captain America: The First Avenger, it’s as much of a heroic origin story for her as it is for Steve Rogers. In fact, in that regard it subverts one of the most overused tropes in the action movie genre: the fridged girlfriend. Instead of rescuing his love interest from a supervillain or having to avenge her death, Captain America’s motivation is tied up in the kidnap and eventual death of his friend Bucky. So while Peggy Carter is technically his love interest (or alternatively, Steve is hers), from a storytelling perspective she’s more like an authority figure than a traditional female romantic lead. And from the point of view of her life story, Steve Rogers himself is the “fridged girlfriend.” If you interpret the movie as Peggy’s origin story as a hero, Steve is the love interest who dies too young, inspiring for her to forge ahead with her life and become one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D., thus changing the Marvel universe forever.