With Paper Culture Photo Wall Decals, every modern design is personalizable, not just by adding your photo, but also in the way that you place each design on the wall. You can even change your mind since every decal is both removable and repositionable. These decals are perfect for adding a personal touch to your kids rooms or a great way to display family photos!
The room for creativity is endless.
Here’s a familiar scenario: You’ve spent most of your day tweeting, intagramming, and facebooking from your mobile. Just as you are about to meet up with friends you see that familiar flashing low battery warning. You need juice. But you are on the go. Enter the nPower PEG.
nPower PEG (Personal Energy Generator) for mobile devices is the world’s 1st human-powered charger for your hand-held electronic devices. Placed in your backpack, briefcase, or purse, the nPower® PEG harvests your kinetic energy as you walk, run, or bike, storing it for use wherever, whenever you need it. Now you can extend the use time of your cell phone, Mp3 player, GPS, and other devices without searching for a wall outlet.
The 10.5-inch plastic cylinder weighs just under a pound, and contains a 2,000 mAh lithium battery. It draws its power from kinetic energy. Once filled, it holds a charge for around three months. Red and green LED lights alert you to the PEG’s charge level.
The nPower PEG retails for $129.
Nothing says summer like sweet heirloom tomatoes and corn. Make the perfect summer salad by adding some salty bacon and hearty blue cheese. Fresh and light this meal will be the hit of your party. Recipe from In Sock Monkey Slippers
Heirloom Tomato and Bacon Summer Salad serves 4 to 6
- 5 to 6 medium heirloom tomatoes
- 1/2 cup fresh corn kernels (1 ear of corn)
- 4 slices cooked bacon, crumbled
- 2 tablespoons red onion, thinly sliced
- 2 tablespoons blue cheese crumbles, optional
- 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
- 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- pinch kosher salt
- pinch fresh ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons fresh basil, chopped or chiffonade
We have been seeing a lot of color block furniture lately and absolutely love this bright fun trend. With a few cans of paint and a trip to Ikea you can recreate this look in your home. You can stick with simple neutral tones or go crazy with pastels and brights!
How to achieve this look? The Mandal dresser ($249) and its sleek modern design lends itself perfectly to a color block update. Here are a few color pallets to get you inspired from Mythic paints
Finger bling has been all the rage since models stomped down Balenciaga’s spring runway with a chunky ring on each finger. We can’t wait to try the trend with this affordable set ($28) from NastyGal.
Last summer, the retro ’50s snuck their way into swimwear and are definitely here to stay this season. Scroll down for a collection of retro-inspired bathing suit trends to try now.
It’s hot out there and you would probably pay a million dollars for a cool iced coffee. Have you ever thought about how much you are paying?At $3 a pop that regular trip to the coffee shop might be putting a bigger dent into your wallet than you think. Why not try brewing your own cup at home. Making cold brew is as simple as mixing cool water and ground coffee, but keeping these basic parameters in mind will help you along:
1) Time: Cold brew requires 12 hours to steep. This seems like a lot of time but really you can make enough coffee for the week in one go. You can store the mixture for 10 days if refrigerated.
2) Ratio: Since you are making a concentrate the ratio of coffee to water is high. Roughly 1 part ground coffee to 4.5 parts water (hot brewing is 1:16).
3) Mixing: When you are adding the water add the coffee then water in alternating halves. Resist the urge to stir.
4) Cover and wait 12 hours.
5) Filter: You can use your french press to filter out the grounds or you can use a sieve.
6) Cut the concentrate with one part water and serve over ice. Add milk or sugar to your liking!
We just stumbled upon this great summer time mani tutorial from The Beauty Department. In four simple steps have your nails looking garden party ready! For full tutorial click here