DIY Twenty Free Fun Fonts from Homemade Ocean here. For more fonts from unicorns to monograms go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/fonts
DIY Inspiration: Sander Lucus’ Fork and Plate Candleholder. $37 for sale at Bijzonder Mooi here. First seen on inspiration & realisation’s FB page and I agree with her comment that said basically this is one of those possible DIY projects that looks really easy but may not be and also using cheap forks that bend easily would make it easier.
DIY Cardboard Loom Weaving Tutorial from Made By Joel here. I’ve posted several other tutorials using cardboard loom weaving as well as straw weaving, paper weaving etc… here: unicornhatparty.com/tagged/weaving
truebluemeandyou: I’m posting this because I think handmade (in a good way) bracelets with a snap or button and loop closure would look really good.
Someone should make a tutorial on how to take a good picture of your penis.
Have you ever wanted to brave the elements and photograph in the rain? It’s a situation most folks tend to avoid, but Cnet’s Hack Attack showed us a brilliant way to keep your baby safe! Check out the vid for the how-to.
CNET posted a neat how-to for these Instagram photo strips. All you need is:
- Two to three sheets of high-quality paper (like cardstock or photo paper)
- Color printer
- About 30 to 40 minutes
BTW, we did our own version a while back!:
Photojojo’s 5 Fantastic Ways to Take Your Phone Photos Off-Screen
DIY Cheat Sheet for Creating Geometric Patterns from Gloriously Chic here. Go to the link for more combinations.
Happy Tutorial Tuesday! Make your own Vanilla Cream Soda!
Thanks, Juliette, for submitting this! It looks so yummy and i can’t wait to make it! With just a couple ingredients from your grocery store, you can make a homemade cream soda- homemade is always better than store bought! when i do make this, i’ll be sure to add add a scoop of chocolate ice cream to make the yummiest homemade float. as much as i love a soda-shop, nothing beats making treats at home for friends!
(this photo isn’t of me drinking cream soda but it’s close enough. mtfarrell photography, circa early 2011)
Cool portrait idea for far-away relatives!
Project your Skype video onto a wall to take whole family portraits with relatives who live in other cities or countries. Singaporean photographer John Clang came up with the idea to photograph his own family.
These are high-speed photos of paint splashed just the right way to simulate flowers!
Photographer Jack Long diligently plans out each photo, shooting hundreds of tests. None are Photoshopped other than to “clean up” the photo.
p.s. Check out his high speed photos of coffee!
Our new fave! The Universal Flash Filter Kit.
Why is it our fave? Because it makes lighting what it’s supposed to be … easy and fun!
It comes with 20 different color filters that are shaped to quickly slip on and off your external flash via a band. Plus, adding colors to your photos = instant YES.
Going home for the holidays might mean you’ll be near the places and people you grew up with, so take the opportunity to recreate an old photo!