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Beachcombing with Becca | Billabong US

Born and bred by the beach, Becca is no stranger to the ways of the water. Growing up in California, while living in Long Beach, Becca would spend morni.

Alex Trochut, Sculptures.

Distorted Ceramic Skateboards Influenced By Skateboarding Fails

wow!!! no sabía donde poner esto, pero por si tienen cajitas y no saben que hacer con ellas...

Mini suitcases made out wood blocks ~ I want to make these, but with them cut in half and hinged. Carve out the insides to be just like a miniature suitcase! I like their ideas for decorating them.

Love this as a photo backdrop! Cactus Balloons!

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School is starting again in just a matter of weeks! Here is a list of what you actually need for school this year! These items are cute, durable, and affordable! Read the rest at lifeasadare.com

Back to School Shopping - Life as a Dare

Welcome to the Freshman’s Guide to College series! This is the first part of the ten-part series I’m doing as college is starting up again! I remember how scary everything seemed in my …

I love mint green, fresh red and sun yellow

6 Ideas for Better Air Quality

Check out rubber tree plants. If you are looking for a new plant hero to transform your interior, without demanding too much of your time, it is the perfect solution.

Light switchplate:  recycled broken dishes & odds and ends glued to standard switch plate.

DIY Light Switch Cover Plate:Save your old jewelry, beach glass, ceramics to make your own switch plates like these.I have broken china

'The Woods' Glass Sculptures - StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik

The Woods glass sculptures by StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik for Stockholm Design Week 2013

Egg with Glass of Water  Oil on card Painting status: SOLD  Daily painting for Friday 12 August, 2005 - Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! See Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com

Julian Merrow-Smith, Egg with Glass of Water Oil on card Daily painting for Friday 12 August, 2005