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Our sister site recently let you in on 9 Sizzling Summer Nail Art Trends for you to try your hand at. Now, we want to take it up a notch with two extremely creative nail art DIY’s. Whether you consider yourself a beauty queen or not, we think you owe it to yourself to try them out. Got access to fresh leaves? Got scotch tape? Then we’ve got you covered! Anyone from a green girl to a kooky creative can appreciate these easy tricks.
Here are two nail art DIY must-tries…
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Do your walls remind you of an insane asylum? Yes? This is not good my friend. Luckily there is an inexpensive, simple way to put some life into your living quarters. Wall decals have upgraded over the decades. Not only do they come in images you can also get words or even inspirational quotes.
Get the guide to wall decals over at AOL’s Black Voices.
Over an extended period of time, you may start noticing some wear and tear on your private residence. The door requires the skill of a handy man or the work desk is in need of repair. An integral part of owning a home is having the resources to make necessary alterations, and women shouldn’t solely rely on the opposite sex for home improvement care. There is value in knowing how to fix things on your own with this handy-dandy toolbox kit: Read the rest of this entry »
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(AdAge.com) — Musician Phil Marshall has performed for stadiums of 24,000. Now he’s setting out on a tour where he’ll play for audiences conceivably as small as one. Mr. Marshall’s “Living Room Concert Series,” in which he’ll bring his act to backyards, lunchrooms, birthday parties — you name it — for a nominal fee is just one in a series of creative do-it-yourself marketing initiatives among entrepreneurs from book authors to murder-mystery theater companies to bring their brands directly into the homes of consumers.
(Entrepreneur.com) – Building a social website isn’t the same as adding social elements to a website. You’re not just plugging in a widget to your website to show the streaming newsfeed from your blog. If your business model is focused on building a social website, what does this mean from a development point of view?