Top 10 Best Easter Egg Decorations

Tis the season for pastel colored eggs and really big bunnies. It is quite possible that you will be decorating eggs for your kids. This time, instead of having the one special egg be the one dipped in all the colors – that always ends up looking like a wooden egg – get a little more creative this year. Here are some great ideas for egg decorating this year.

1~ The Egg Pot

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2~ Egg Animals

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3~ Simple

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4~ Glitter Dinosaur Egg

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5~ Victorian

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6~ Button Fun

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7~ Fabric and Rhinestone

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8~ Ornamental Eggs

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9~ Rubberband Designs

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10~ Laughing Eggs

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Somewhere Under The Rainbow: 10 Most Colorful Towns

We did a previous post that was similar to this but just couldn’t get enough, so if you feel you may be getting bored with beige, black, and white – take a moment to appreciate these towns that aren’t afraid of a little color. From the San Fransisco Bay, to the heart of China, these photos will wake up your travel bug and brighten your day.

1~ Charleston, SC

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2~ Buenos Aires, Argentina

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3~ San Fransisco, CA

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4~ County Cork, Ireland

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5~ Guatape, Colombia

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6~ Salvador, Brazil

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7~ Copenhagen, Denmark

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8~ Shanghai, China

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9~ Bo-Kaap, South Africa

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10~ Cyclades Islands, Greece

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How To Decorate Small Spaces

If you feel like you live in a genie lamp or get claustrophobic in your own home, it may be time to redecorate. Smaller may not be better, but it is an opportunity to have fun and be creative. With these tips on how to open up your space, you will feel that you have made it your own and you will breathe easier.

Mirror, Mirror

It is no secret that mirrors make a space look larger. However, you do not have to go over the top here. One large mirror can actually do the trick depending on the dimensions of the wall. Another way you could do this, if you want to save money and have an easier time moving, is by arranging a cluster of small mirrors on the wall. By doing this, you can also take up as much or as little space as you want.

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On The Wall

When it comes to colors to use on your walls, it is very important to stick with lighter, rather than darker. If you have a window in the space, lighter colors will reflect natural light better, and will open up the room a bit more. Also, if you decide to use some kind of pattern on the wall, try to go for horizontal lines, this will help to stretch the room out. Try to steer clear of dark colors and vertical patterns, they can actually make the space feel smaller than it was originally.

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The Best Layout

Depending on what kind of space this is, you can get really creative with how you put everything together. It is best to find out the dimensions of the space, draw it out and place the furniture and other objects in the drawing. By mapping out your room beforehand you will be able to add, take away, and rearrange far more easily than if you try to do it within the room, it can be overwhelming. Using separators to break off parts of the room can be a fun way to section off the space. You can do this with room dividers or even curtains is a great way to add a little personal touch to the room.

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Furniture And All

There is a little more leeway when it comes to the furniture and fabrics. Using vertical designs here is fine although if you have gone with a horizontal design on the walls, it may not go together very well – so if you have, say no to the vertical designs all the way around. You can accent with darker colors here, though lighter colors are still a great idea, darker colors on the furniture can really enhance the room. Another thing to think about is how bulky the furniture is. You may be able to get away with the important furniture (couches, chairs, coffee tables, etc.) being bulkier and then accent objects being less bulky but with a Victorian appeal.

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The Meaning of Each Color – Color Therapy

The use of color therapy has been around for a very long time, with the earliest recording dated 2500 years ago, when, color halls were established for healing purposes all over ancient Egypt and China.

Color therapy, also known as chromotherapy, is often facilitated in the healing rooms of alternative health practitioners. Color therapy is classified as a vibrational healing modality. Color is simply a form of visible light, of electromagnetic energy. All the primary colors reflected in the rainbow carry their own unique healing properties. The sun alone is a wonderful healer! Just imagine what life would be like without sunshine.

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The Future of Graffiti: 3D Chalk Art

Avatar isn’t the only thing in 3D these days, 3D chalk art is the next big thing. It steals your attention and tricks your eye with its amazing perspectives, vibrant colors, and ideas so elaborate it will be hard to believe it’s not real. It has been said that this is the future of graffiti. The following are a few examples of these amazing works of art.

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Double Rainbow: Full On, Intense

The order of the rainbow spectrum is red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet (Roy G. Biv – the way to remember the colors of the rainbow). A double rainbow is formed when there are two reflections inside a raindrop. The secondary rainbow tends to be fainter than the first and it also displays the colors in the reverse order from the primary rainbow.

5 Fun Facts:

1. Sir Isaac Newton discovered the seven distinct colors of the visible spectrum.
2. The rainbow is a reflection of perfect balance of the physical world.
3. The rainbow spectrum helps us to understand the physical nature of the Universe.
4. A rainbow is light refracted through millions of droplets of water.
5. The angle of light refraction to create a rainbow is 42 degrees to the eye of the observer.
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6 Unique Hand Painted Cars

Painting your home can be fun and exciting, but what about hand painting your car? You would be surprised how many hand painted cars are out there. There are so many different and unique vehicles with their drivers personality painted on them. In today’s world it is all about standing out and creating something new, so instead of dull blue or gray paint transition your vehicle to all the others in the rainbow.

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