Venta, mantenimiento de colocación de extensiones de cabello natural por:
A. Cortina fija de Grapas.
B. Puntos de Grapas.
- Depilación y Maquillaje de Cejas
- Extensiones de Pestañas
- Sistemas de uñas
- Alisados para el cabello:
B. Cirugía Capilar:
C. Mona Lisa
D. Brillo de Oro
F. Brillo de Seda
B. Luces o Reflejos
1. Sequins Wall Art: Add some sparkle and shine to your home with this simple project. It’s a great way to make use of an old or thrifted frame.
2. 3D Colorblock Wall Art: This 3D circle installation proves that when it comes to color block, it’s not always hip to be square.
3. Postcard Wall Art: Whether it’s a set of postcards like these Penguin classics covers or a random assortment, using a collection of postcards is an inexpensive art solution.
4. Thumbtack Wall Art: Who knew office supplies could be so chic? Using gold colored thumbtacks really elevates this piece to a work of art.
5. Hi Painting: This fun piece is made with a common kitchen sponge! We think it’s the perfect piece for an entryway.
6. Teacup Wall Art: This poster might look like a screen print, but it’s actually a cut paper design. The colors are bright without looking garish. It’s the perfect piece for your kitchen.
7. Watercolor Chevron Wall Art: While not made with watercolor paints, this canvas project definitely has a watercolor effect. The gold background is a nice touch as well.
8. Clipboard Wall Art: These stenciled letters are a fun twist on typographic art. It would be a fun party game to let guests rearrange them and spell out messages.
9. Framed Scarf Wall Art: Who says you can only frame paper goods? This framed silk scarf adds color pattern and texture to the room.
10. Washi Tape Dot Wall Art: Make your own polka dot wall decals with this simple tutorial. All it takes is a few rolls of your favorite washi tape.
11. Rosette Backdrop: You can use these bright paper rosettes as a photobooth back drop or as an art installation. It’s an easy way to add lots of color to your room very quickly.
12. Modern Lines Wall Art: Another easy, bold way to add color to your home is with this taped canvas tutorial. The patterns and color schemes are endless!
13. Ombre Quote Wall Art: The key to making this ombre art? Once you’re done painting use a wet paintbrush to blend the color transitions.
14. Circle Punch Wall Art: A great stash-buster project, this paper art work can be made with wrapping paper, scrapbook paper, or even old greeting cards.
15. Fabric Animal Silhouette Wall Art: This is the perfect project for nursery. But depending on the pattern it could work in a child-free home as well.
16. Gold Leaf Map Wall Art: What a fun idea to gold leaf a portion of this deconstructed map. This would make a great gift for travelers; you could gold leaf every country they’ve visited.
17. Tulle Wall Art: What looks like watercolor stripes from a distance are actually strips of tulle fabric. Use spray adhesive to attach the strips easily and without a lot of mess.
18. Triptych Chevron Wall Art: Glam up your dining room with this simple chevron artwork. All you need is painters’s tape and gold paint.
19. Ribbon Wall Art: This colorful, striped artwork is a great optical illusion—it looks way more difficult to make than it actually is.
20. Glow in the Dark Halloween Art: Who knew there was such a thing as glow in the dark Modge Podge? This creepy spider art is just the beginning of the possibilities!
Last year for Christmas, my sister used her collection of shells to fill the inside of clear glass lamps. Of course, large lamps take more shells to fill than smaller lamps. Another person had taken an empty lamp of clear glass and was filling it with match packets from every place he visited.
Seashell Scene/Scented Oil Plug In
Fill a rose bowl with seashells and wind a miniature 20 light set of Christmas lights through the shells. Top with a piece of crochet, or lace and tie with a ribbon - red or green for Christmas. Add a couple of drops of scented oil - plug in and you have a beautiful homemade "scented oil plug in".
I had someone build some plain flat wooden frames for me. Then I painted them, and glued the seashells on them. You can also use pine bark nuggets to make a pretty frame. Let your imagination run wild.
Seashells make great wind chimes! Drill holes and string them from large to small, hang from crossed dowels painted in a complimentary color.
In the early sea going days, sailors would collect shells from all over the world and create what is called a “sailor’s valentine.” I took that idea and created many gifts! All it is a box
Decorating with Shells
Use small shells for decorating picture frames. Large clam type shells can be used for holiday decorations; use miniature trees and people with a picture of snow scenery. Drill a hole in the top of each shell, glue picture to inside of shell, and then glue trees and people (carolers, animals, etc.) to the back of the shell. Use paints to finish, add names, greetings etc. Then string a ribbon or cord through hole and hang. Mine have been hanging outside for 9 years. Use the ones that look like conch shells and glue silk flowers inside in proportion to size. My children took the flat sand dollars and painted them with Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas, and all the other greeting that they could think of, drilled a small hole in each, and put wire through for hanging.
I've made several using small pieces of driftwood, sea shells and small, pretty stones - all picked up at the beach. Get a piece of board (plywood, etc.) and cut it into a 1 ft. x 2ft. size. Glue the driftwood, stones and shells in a pattern with a good strong glue (not Elmer's - an epoxy type is better). Add a hook on the back or string wire from the top to hang it. My Mother has 2 of them: one on an inside wall and the other on the outside. She removes the outside one when it's too stormy but it does survive quite well outside.
Decorating a Bathroom with Seashells
The latest thing I have done is I just recently decorated my bathroom with a sea theme, lighthouses and beach things. Of course I used shells. I filled a bowl with sea sand and put the shells on top in arrangement that was pleasing to me. I bought some gel candles from the craft store. I then melted the candle gel, put in a wick; you have to anchor the wick down. It will float to top otherwise (I found out the hard way.) Then pour (slowly) the melted gel in bowl on top of everything. After it set up, it was cute. You could hot glue tiny shells around top or tie raffia around the top of the bowl and glue a shell on the bow. I also have glued the small shells around the frame on a mirror, framed sea shells in a shadow box frame, and glued the shells on the roof of bird houses to look like shingles. Hope this will get your creative crafting juices flowing!
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