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Product Photography - DIY
Make your trinkets look legit in photos--that you happen to take yourself. With just a few tools (that you already own), you can take professional-looking product photos of just about anything that's small. I found this DIY hack on LifeHack.org. You can read the full article here if you'd like. Photo credit: Canon/Little Visuals via littlevisuals.co What you need: Camera Laptop Shiny black surface (like a tablet that's not turned on) Piece of white paper Small light 2 Binder clips (And any item you want to photograph, like a perfume bottle) Get Started 1. Google search for "bokeh" in images. Find an interesting picture you'd like to use as your background. Download the image and open to fill the screen. 2. Lay the item with the shiny black surface, (like a tablet) over your keyboard 3. Angle the screen at a slightly forward to prevent a glare. 4. If need be, lower the brightness setting on your laptop so it's not too bright. 5. Place object (you want to photograph) on the shiny surface in front of the screen. 6. Clip the sheet of paper at two ends using binder clips. 7. Placement of the paper should be at the left corner of your laptop keyboard. 8. Using a small lamp, shine the light through the paper to the object. 9. Face camera straight on in front of laptop. 10. Take photo. This is what your ordinary perfume bottle looks like when you're finished. Photo editing software no longer needed. TIP Make sure your shiny black surface is clean and free of debris, finger prints and lint. A compressed can of air can eliminate dust and lint very well.
10 Tea Bags Designs That Are Anything But Ordinary
I am a sucker for interesting product design, and when it comes to trends in the world of food and beverage, tea bags are definitely what has me reaching for my wallet. (Just in case you weren't a tea hoarder already, they had to go ahead and make the bags cute too!) Here are tea bag designs that I'm currently obsessed with. If you're someone who equally enjoys being aesthetically pleased, you have to check these out! Charm Villa's stunning goldfish tea bag is in such high demand that it's only sold individually - for $20 a piece! This chamomile tea by BOH goes from stress to serene - shifting from 'bird of prey' to 'dove' by just adding water. Got a bouquet? Give your tea bags a DIY update by tying the string to the ends of your favorite flower buds. This tPod design by Austrian artist Elisabeth Soos taps into your inner child with a charming paper boat that actually floats! What would a royal tea be without sharing a 'cuppa' with your favorite British monarch? Thanks, Royaltea! Here's another DIY that anchors your tea in place with charming paper 'Polaroid'-style cut-outs. These ceylon tea 'cigaretteas' by concept artist Anton Schnaider are the only cigarettes I could ever want! Bungee jumping might be a high-stress activity, but these bungee jumping herbal blends will calm you down in no time! Head to Etsy to find some adorable tea bags for the culture vulture in your life - from TMNT to GoT's Jon Snow. And speaking of epic independent designers, check out this Gaga tea set by graphic design student Nathalie Hallman - which was actually part of her art school application! So which one of these was YOUR favorite tea? Do you have any cute or interesting tea bags at home? Let me know in the comments below!
Lazy Day Hammock Chair - DIY
There is nothing like sitting around on a lazy day doing nothing--in a cozy hammock chair! I love this idea from A Beautiful Mess which shows how to make this thing in one lazy afternoon. Supplies Needed: -1 1/4" x 3' oak dowel (oak is a hard wood and considered safer than poplar for supporting weight. Also, I had mine cut to 3') -3/8" x 16' braided polypropylene (get this by the foot) -2 yards of plain canvas -80mm stainless steel spring snap link (holds up to 220 lbs) -3/16" stainless steel quick link (holds up to 660 lbs) -black fabric paint (my acrylic paint is fabric friendly) -paint brush Tools: -drill and 3/8" drill bit -sewing machine -iron and ironing board -shears -ruler -lighter Step One: Fold your two yards of canvas in half and lay flat with the fold on the left as shown. Measure in about 7" from the top right edge and mark. I cut mine about 12" in, and it was a bit too much, so I'm suggesting 7". Using a yard stick or ruler, draw a line from that top mark to the bottom right corner, and cut through both pieces. Open your canvas. Step Two: Fold your top edge down 1/2" and iron flat. Then fold it in again 1/2" and iron flat. Pin and stitch the bottom of the fold as shown above. Repeat with the long bottom edge. Step Three: Flip your canvas 90 degrees to the left so that the longest edge is on the right. You're going to create pockets for the rope to slide through on each side. Fold each corner in about 1 1/2" and iron flat. Then fold the unhemmed top edge in 1/2" and iron flat. Step Four: Fold again 1 1/2" and iron flat. Step Five: Stitch two lines along the bottom folded edge as shown. Reinforce your beginning and ending with back stitches. Repeat with other side. Step Six: Make a mark 2" and 4" in from both ends of your dowel, and drill through. Sand your rough edges and stain if you'd like. I chose to leave mine natural. Step Seven: Place your canvas on a large sheet of cardboard, and paint your design on one side. Let it dry, and then paint a design on the other side (optional). If you're using printed fabric, be sure it's upholstery weight or outdoor fabric to ensure its strength. Step Eight: Tie a knot at one end of your 16' rope so that there is about 3" of a tail. Melt the end so it won't fray. Thread it down through the outer hole of your oak dowel and up from the widest corner of one side of your canvas seat to the narrow corner of the top. Then tie a knot about 3' from your first knot, and thread it up into the oak dowel. Continue to thread it down into the hole 4" from the other edge, and measure 3' from the loose end, and tie a loose knot. Thread it down through the other canvas pocket and back up through the last hole before tying a knot with a 3" tail. If your two sides aren't even, adjust your knots before pulling them tight. Step Nine: Find the center of the rope above your dowel, and tie a knot with about 8"-10" of room above it. Attach your spring link, and then your quick link, and finally hang it on a hook screwed safely into a ceiling beam or large tree branch. Be sure to adjust all of your knots to make sure the seat sits evenly. Test it out by hanging on it before sitting in it to make sure everything is secure. For more lazy 'round the house ideas to do now and during the Fall season, click here!
Chữ nổi inox lồng mặt mica thương hiệu sơn OSEVEN
Nếu quan tâm đến những mặt hàng quảng cáo từ chất liệu mica, bạn có thể xem qua các mẫu chữ mica hút nổi hoặc loại hình thông thường có phần khung inox cố định. Ngày nay, những sản phẩm này được đánh giá rất cao về tính thẩm mỹ. Không chỉ ở đa dạng màu sắc biểu thị, mà còn là khả năng dẫn sáng tuyệt vời từ chất liệu. Do đó, loại hình này thường được kết hợp gắn thêm đèn. Trong nội dung dưới đây, VietNet xin giới thiệu đến bạn bộ chữ nổi inox lồng mặt mica thương hiệu sơn OSEVEN do chúng tôi thực hiện thời gian qua. Mong rằng sẽ hỗ trợ tốt nhất cho quá trình mua hàng bạn! Một số hình ảnh: Bộ chữ được làm từ inox 304 vàng xước cho phần khung và mặt mica đỏ. Bên trong có lắp thêm led. Vật liệu sử dụng có độ dày phù hợp, bề mặt nhẵn mịn, cứng cáp, có khả năng chống chịu hiệu quả trước các tác động môi trường. Kích thước tổng thể tương đối lớn. Đường nét nhất quán, cân đối và hài hòa. Phần hông uốn nổi dày dạn. Các bộ phận ghép nối vừa khít và cố định chắc chắn vào nhau, hướng đến hiệu quả thông tin trọn vẹn. Những hình ảnh khác: Với những kinh nghiệm và thành tựu đạt được, VietNet tự tin chính là địa chỉ gia công tốt nhất mà bạn có thể tìm đến để đặt hàng. Các sản phẩm tại công ty chúng tôi luôn có chất lượng đảm bảo, từ nguồn vật liệu cao cấp và quy trình tạo hình nghiêm ngặt. Bên cạnh đó, mẫu mã của chúng cũng rất đa dạng, với giá cả vừa tầm, giúp bạn dễ dàng lựa chọn. Nếu có nhu cầu nhận báo giá và tư vấn, vui lòng liên hệ với chúng tôi theo các thông tin sau: Địa chỉ: số 52A, đường số 2, khu phố 6, phường Hiệp Bình Phước, quận Thủ Đức, TP. Hồ Chí Minh Hotline: 0946.161.807 hoặc 0901.399.292 (gặp Mr. Cường) Hotmail: vietnet007@gmail.com Xem thêm: Mẫu chữ inox lồng mặt mica cho thương hiệu sơn OSEVEN
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