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"Come.  Sit down."

"Come. Sit down."

The Droplet brooch pin in solid silver by Minicyn on Etsy, €55.00

The Droplet brooch pin in solid silver

The Droplet brooch pin in solid silver by Minicyn on Etsy

The Droplet brooch pin in solid silver

Oil and water droplet painting is the result of mixing cooking oil and colored water to create a beautiful, slightly marbleized effect...or you can invite your kids to help you make some of your own.

Teaching and Matter and Mixtures with Oil and Water Droplet Paintings

Oil and water droplet painting is the result of mixing cooking oil and colored water to create a beautiful, slightly marbleized effect...or you can invite your kids to help you make some of your own.

Make the Shot: Droplet Refraction | Boost Your PhotographySimple set up for amazing images!

Make the Shot: Droplet Refraction

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension…

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension…

Create custom, flavor-infused buttercream using our 12 QuickCount™ drop-by-drop recipes. Flavor icons identify which concentrates you'll need. The droplet next to each icon tells you how many drops to add. Simply mix and enjoy!

Create custom, flavor-infused buttercream using our 12 QuickCount™ drop-by-drop recipes. Flavor icons identify which concentrates you'll need. The droplet next to each icon tells you how many drops to add. Simply mix and enjoy!

By creating a droplet, you can tell Photoshop to perform the same Action for every file in a folder by simply dragging a folder (or a set of images) onto the droplet. First create an action, then go to the File menu and select Automate > Create droplet. In the Droplets options window, select what action to play, and where to save the droplet. Once you've created the droplet, find the droplet in your computer and start dragging and dropping files on to the droplet!

Creating Droplets

By creating a droplet, you can tell Photoshop to perform the same Action for every file in a folder by simply dragging a folder (or a set of images) onto the droplet. First create an action, then go to the File menu and select Automate > Create droplet. In the Droplets options window, select what action to play, and where to save the droplet. Once you've created the droplet, find the droplet in your computer and start dragging and dropping files on to the droplet!

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