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    A MUM has seriously impressed people with her amazing DIY skills after transforming her children's bedroom. Lousie, from the UK, shared the transformation on TikTok and people couldn't believe the results. 4A money-saving mum revealed how she transformed her kids bedroom for just £300Credit: tiktok/@the_little_pink_nest 4She created a little cubby for her kids and viewers couldn't believe the resultsCredit: tiktok/@the_little_pink_nest The mum transformed the room with her husband for just £300 and shared how they turned it from drab to fab in a TikTok video. The room itself was large already - so the DIY whizz had plenty of space to work with. First, they painted the room and put in new laminated floorboards. Then they set out partitioning the children's beds by creating a wooden stud frame using CLS wood. READ MORE HOME TRANSFORMATIONSDOUBLE ACT My two daughters share a room but have different tastes, here’s how we solved itPRETTY IN PINK We transformed our daughter’s tiny bedroom in a weekend using Asda bargains They purchased the beds for £40 each and build the frame around them. They then...
    FROM balloon arches to sequin backdrops, there's a whole host of different ways you can make a photo look more appealing. And one savvy woman, who is from the UK, has proven that you don't need to necessarily fork out loads to make it happen. 3Rukeya, who is from the UK, took to TikTok and demonstrated how she turned an average-looking pink striped hula hoop into a selfie frame and floral centrepieceCredit: TikTok/@mamamiahcooks 3Rukeya's social media users were left more than impressed by the finished resultCredit: TikTok/@mamamiahcooks Rukeya took to TikTok and revealed how she gave an average-looking pink striped hula hoop a pretty floral makeover using gold spray paint, ribbon and flowers from Amazon. Alongside the eye-catching snaps, Rukeya explained: "Made a selfie frame with a hula hoop from the £1 shop.  Then changed the flowers and used it again as a centrepiece for a baby shower." The clever woman captioned the post: “My favourite DIY project I’m proud of!” READ MORE ON TRANSFORMATIONSDI-WOW DIY savvy couple create amazing secret room hidden behind a bookcaseFLOORED I gave my...
    IT'S normal to want to change up your bedroom every now and again, but sometimes the cost of new furniture can put you off. But one savvy DIY fan completely changed the look of her space using a bargain table cloth, using it to transform her dull bed frame. 4The Australian woman used a linen table cloth to transform her bed frameCredit: Facebook 4It was previously grey and dull, but it looks much brighter nowCredit: Facebook The eagle-eyed shopper didn't want to "spend a bomb" on a new bed entirely, but was sick of the dull grey bed head she was faced with. So armed with a staple gun and a linen table cloth she picked up for just $12 (£6.27), she managed to get a brand new looking bed and saved herself hundreds, What's more, the woman said it was "super easy" to do herself and it took her just 45 minutes. "I wanted a new bed frame but didn’t want to spend a bomb plus shipping,' she explained in Facebook post, showing off...
    IT’S normal to want to change up your bedroom every now and again, but sometimes the cost of new furniture can put you off. But one savvy DIY fan completely changed the look of her space using a bargain table cloth, using it to transform her dull bed frame. Facebook 4 The Australian woman used a linen table cloth to transform her bed frame Facebook 4 It was previously grey and dull, but it looks much brighter now The eagle-eyed shopper didn’t want to “spend a bomb” on a new bed entirely, but was sick of the dull grey bed head she was faced with. So armed with a staple gun and a linen table cloth she picked up for just $12 (£6.27), she managed to get a brand new looking bed and saved herself hundreds, What’s more, the woman said it was “super easy” to do herself and it took her just 45 minutes. “I wanted a new bed frame but didn’t want to spend a bomb plus shipping,’ she explained in...
    UPCYCLE household bits and pieces to make clever creations with your little ones. Here Natasha Harding shows you how . . . JUICE BOX SKITTLES THESE little farmyard friends are made from small juice ­cartons that can be tricky to recycle. 5The little farmyard friends are made from small juice ­cartons YOU NEED: 5 small empty juice cartonsMasking tapeAbout 2 cups of sand/riceWhite paint for the basePVA gluePaints for your chosen animalsPencilBlack felt-tip penFelt or card scraps for your ­chosen animals METHOD: If you don’t have juice boxes, you could try making these little skittles from small bottles, cereal selection boxes, cardboard tubes or tin cans. Begin by opening the juice boxes carefully at the base, washing them out and leaving them to dry. Seal the top straw hole with masking tape. Fill the boxes about one-third of the way up with sand or rice, then reseal the bases with ­masking tape. To make a base coat, mix white paint with PVA glue to roughly equal quantities and paint the boxes, then leave to dry. Paint the boxes the main ­colour for each...
    Madison Summers March 31, 2021 0 Comments Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is taking aim at anyone who refers to the migrant situation at the U.S.-Mexico border as a “surge.” During an Instagram Live on Tuesday evening, Ocasio-Cortez said, “They wanna say, ‘But what about the surge?’ Well, first of all, just gut check, stop. Anyone who’s using the term ‘surge’ around you consciously is trying to invoke a militaristic frame.” She continued, “And that’s a problem because this is not a surge, these are children and they are not insurgents and we are not being invaded, which by the way is a White supremacist idea-philosophy, the idea that if another is coming in the population that this is an invasion of who we are.” Watch the video below: [email protected] on border crisis: "This is not a surge, these are children, and they are not insurgents." pic.twitter.com/2V9GO5p8xe— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) March 31, 2021 Sen. Lindsey Graham (S-S.C.) recently questioned, “Where is AOC? Why aren’t you at the border looking at the things being reported?” He continued, “If you were worried about children...
    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is condemning the use of the term "surge" when discussing the ongoing border crisis at the southern border.  "They wanna say, 'But what about the surge?'" Ocasio-Cortez said on Tuesday night during an Instagram Live session. "Well, first of all, just gut check, stop. Anyone who's using the term 'surge' around you consciously is trying to invoke a militaristic frame." AOC HAS ONLY TWEETED ABOUT CHILD MIGRANT DETENTION TWICE UNDER BIDEN "And that's a problem because this is not a surge, these are children and they are not insurgents and we are not being invaded, which by the way is a white supremacist idea- philosophy, the idea that if another is coming in the population that this is an invasion of who we are," the congresswoman continued.  Her comments raised eyebrows on social media.  One of her critics, Townhall.com senior writer Julio Rosas, who's been reporting from the border, defended the "surge" term. "I’ve been using the term 'surge' because there’s a higher than usual amount of people illegally crossing into the U.S. I’ve seen it with my...
    A SAVVY mum looking for a fun night in for the kids created some pretty impressive sleepover dens using bedsheets and fairy lights. Maggie Hazlewood bought three timber den frames from HobbyCraft and used a cheap King sized bedsheet over the top to make a super cosy space for movie night. 4Maggie Hazlewood bought three timber den frames from HobbyCraft and used a cheap King sized bedsheet over the top to make a super cosy space for movie nightCredit: Maggie Hazlewood The mum - whose kids are Ava Jeanne, 13, Bruno, 11 and Verity, 10 - revealed the whole thing was pretty cheap to do too, using shops like Asda and B&M to get the job done. The wooden den frames were just £23 from HobbyCraft and it's easy to dismantle and pack away into a bag for space saving storage. Clearly a success, Maggie shared the idea in the FAMILY LOCKDOWN TIPS & IDEAS Facebook group along with snaps of the kids enjoying themselves. She wrote: "These den frames from Hobbycraft are great and...
    New York : Clean the glasses it is essential to maintain good visual health. However, there are those who do it incorrectly, while there are others who do not bother to clean them. That is why it is important that you know the reasons to keep your glasses neat. According to Better Health, glasses carry germs if they are not cleaned properly keep going. It is common that, when we see blur or notice a stain, we take a handkerchief or clean them using the garment that we are using. To prevent this from happening, it is important that you know how to clean the glasses correctly, not only the lenses, it is also necessary to decontaminate the frame and the bars. As well as the windows, it is also necessary to clean the frame and the rods to avoid accumulation of germs. Photo: Pexels How to clean the windows Before you start cleaning the glasses, you owe himsave your hands very well with water and soap. This is necessary so that you do not transmit germs to the...
    Siebel’s C3.ai Files for IPO on Heels of Microsoft Partnership Winter Tires — Who Needs Them? Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You Bought One of These in Lockdown, Stop Using It Now If you've been trying to work on your fitness outside the gym amid coronavirus lockdowns, you're not alone. And one hugely popular approach has been biking. In April, The New York Times reported that sales of commuter and fitness bikes increased 66 percent, leisure bikes rose a whopping 121 percent, and electric bikes increased 85 percent. But unfortunately, your bike may not be as safe as you'd hoped, if yours is a certain brand in particular. Read on to discover if your bike is part of a new recall. And for more purchases you should return ASAP, This Hugely Popular Quarantine Purchase Has Just Been Recalled. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that Quality Bicycle...
    A SAVVY couple have proved anything is possible after using a baby's cot as their staircase railing - instead of forking out the cash on expensive versions. Marte Straatsma and her husband wanted to create another entrance for their basement, which could only be accessed from outside, so built a staircase and a doorway themselves for cheap. 6Savvy parents used an Ikea baby cot as the railing for their stairsCredit: Marte Straatsma/Facebook After shopping around for a railing that would fit the DIY staircase, the couple weren't happy with the expensive price tags. So instead, they thought they'd try their one-year-old's cot frame instead, and were chuffed with the results. As they still needed the cot for the youngster, Marte - who lives in the Netherlands - said they bought a cheap one from Ikea instead which saved them roughly £140. The clever-thinking mum shared snaps of the DIY project online , which was met with praise and compliments. 6They tested their one-year-old's cot for sizing and it fit perfectly over the stairsCredit: Marte...
    MJ Hegar's tattoos conceal the scars from shrapnel wounds sustained during her service in Afghanistan as an Air Force helicopter pilot. A super PAC supporting Sen. John Cornyn in his campaign for reelection in Texas used a photograph of his Democratic opponent, MJ Hegar, on a website to portray her tattooed appearance as "radical," she said in a tweet on Thursday. Hegar took to social media to remind Texans that misogyny is alive and well in the Lone Star State. "A pro-Cornyn Super PAC is using a photo of my tattoos to make me seem 'radical,'" she said. "That's pretty funny to me."
    It has a nice large grip and fully articulating 1.62 million dot rear display that should make it an outstanding vlogger camera. It has mode-selection dial where the LCD display sits on the R5 and, thankfully, a joystick is used in place of EOS R’s not-well-liked touchbar. It looks very similar to the R5, but weighs quite a bit less at 680 grams compared to 735 grams. Thankfully, the R6 has in-body stabilization (IBIS) that works for both photos and video. Canon has promised up to 8 stops of stabilization, provided you’re using a compatible RF lens with it — easily beating Sony’s A7 III, the Nikon Z7 and Panasonic S1. It has a decent 3.69 million dot OLED EVF, dual UHS II card slots and the same LP-E6NH battery found on the EOS R. Canon has yet to say how many shots per charge you’ll get, but if it’s not enough, it’s offering the BG-R10 camera grip as an option. The R6 matches the R5’s shooting prowess with burst speeds of up to 12 fps with the mechanical shutter...
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