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μ„±μˆ˜λ™ 연무μž₯κΈΈ ν•„μˆ˜ μ½”μŠ€κ°€ 생겼닀. ν¬ν† κ·Έλž˜νΌ μž₯덕화와 ν¬λ ˆμ΄ν‹°λΈŒ λ””λ ‰ν„° μ˜€μ§€μ˜μ΄ μ „μ‹œλ₯Ό μ£ΌμΆ•μœΌλ‘œ λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ ν”„λ‘œμ νŠΈλ₯Ό μ‹œλ„ν•˜λŠ” 가러리 β€˜μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt.’λ₯Ό μ˜€ν”ˆν–ˆλ‹€. μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ νŒ¨λ„λ‘œ 지은 κ°€κ±΄λ¬Όμ˜ μƒνƒœμ—μ„œ μ˜κ°μ„ μ–»μ–΄ 이름 뢙여진 β€˜μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt.β€™λŠ” 졜근 SNS ν•«ν”Œλ ˆμ΄μŠ€λ‘œ κΈ‰λΆ€μƒν•œ μ„±μˆ˜λ™ 연무μž₯κΈΈ μ΄ˆμž…μ— λ‚˜μ§€λ§‰μ΄ 자리 작고 μžˆλ‹€. μ°Έμ—¬ μž‘κ°€μ˜ μ·¨ν–₯은 λΆ„λͺ…ν•˜λ‚˜ νŠΉλ³„ν•œ 색을 가진 μž‘ν’ˆμ„ λ‹΄λ‹΄νžˆ μ†Œκ°œν•˜κ³ μž ν•˜λ©°, μž‘ν’ˆλ“€μ΄ μ£ΌλŠ” ν‘μž…λ ₯이 κ΄€λžŒν•˜λŸ¬ 온 μ‚¬λžŒλ“€κ³Ό μžμ—°μŠ€λŸ½κ²Œ μœ λŒ€κ°μ„ ν˜•μ„±λ  수 μžˆλ„λ‘ 기회λ₯Ό μ œκ³΅ν•΄ μ£ΌλŠ” 것이 β€˜μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt.β€™μ˜ λͺ©μ . μž…κ΅¬μ—μ„œλΆ€ν„° λŠκ»΄μ§€λŠ” μ•„ν‹°μŠ€ν‹±ν•œ λΆ„μœ„κΈ°μ™€ 가러리 곳곳에 μˆ¨κ²¨μ§„ λ¬΄μ‹¬ν•œ λ“― μΏ¨ν•œ μΈν…Œλ¦¬μ–΄κ°€ λ°œκ±ΈμŒμ„ 찾은 μ΄λ“€μ—κ²Œ μž”μž”ν•œ 재미λ₯Ό μ„ μ‚¬ν•œλ‹€. β€˜μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt.’가 μ„ λ³΄μ΄λŠ” 첫 μ „μ‹œ, <사적인 μ›€μ§μž„μ€>은 κ·Έλ£Ήμ „μœΌλ‘œ β€˜ν”Œλ‘―(PLOT)’, β€˜νŒŒλΌλ‹€μ΄μŠ€(PARADISE)β€™μ˜ λ°•μƒν˜Έ, β€˜κΈ€λΌμŠ€ λžœλ“œμŠ€μΌ€μ΄ν”„(GLASS LANDSCAPE)β€™μ˜ μ΄μˆ˜μ§„ μž‘κ°€κ°€ μŠ€νƒ€νŠΈλ₯Ό λŠμ—ˆλ‹€. λ¨Όμ €, μž‘κ°€ λ°•μƒν˜ΈλŠ” λ§Žμ€ μ‹œκ°„μ„ ν˜„μ‹€κ³Ό λΉ„ν˜„μ‹€μ— λŒ€ν•΄ μΈμ‹ν•˜κ³  μžλ¬Έν•œλ‹€. 색과 νŒ¨ν„΄ 그리고 수직과 μˆ˜ν‰μ˜ ꡬ쑰적인 ν˜•νƒœμ— λŒ€ν•œ 고찰을 λ―Έλ””μ–΄μ•„νŠΈμ™€ ꡬ쑰물 λ“±μœΌλ‘œ ν’€μ–΄λ‚Έ β€˜ν”Œλ‘―β€™, β€˜νŒŒλΌλ‹€μ΄μŠ€β€™λ„ κ·Έλ ‡λ‹€. 그쀑 μž‘ν’ˆ νŒŒλΌλ‹€μ΄μŠ€λŠ” ν•˜λŠ˜κ³Ό 지평선 그림의 쒅이λ₯Ό 배경으둜, 석양과 μ•Όμžμˆ˜κ°€ μžˆλŠ” λ°”λ‹·κ°€ λͺ¨ν˜•μ˜ 풍경이 μ˜μƒμœΌλ‘œ λ‚˜νƒ€λ‚˜λ©° μ‹ λΉ„λ‘œμš΄ λ¬΄λ“œλ₯Ό μžμ•„λ‚Έλ‹€. μ΄λŠ” 맀체λ₯Ό 톡해 νŒŒλΌλ‹€μ΄μŠ€λ‘œ κ°μΈλ˜μ–΄ 이미지가 λͺ¨λ‹ˆν„° 속 μ‹€μ œμ™€ ν—ˆκ΅¬μ˜ 두 가지 ꡬ쑰둜 ν‘œν˜„λ˜λŠ” 것. ν—ˆκ΅¬μ  ν˜„μ‹€μ˜ μž¬ν˜„μ„ 톡해 κ°–κ²Œ 된 우리의 지각과 인식에 λŒ€ν•œ 이야기λ₯Ό μ „λ‹¬ν•˜κ³ μž ν•œλ‹€. μž‘κ°€ μ΄μˆ˜μ§„μ€ μ•„μŠ¬μ•„μŠ¬ν•˜κ±°λ‚˜, μ–΄λ ΄ν’‹ν•œ 것, ν•œ κ°€μ§€λ‘œ μ •μ˜ν•  수 μ—†λŠ” λͺ¨ν˜Έν•œ κ²°λ§μ΄λ‚˜ λΆˆν™•μ‹€ν•œ μ—°κ²°μ„± 등에 κ°€μΉ˜λ₯Ό λ‘”λ‹€. β€˜κΈ€λΌμŠ€ λžœλ“œμŠ€μΌ€μ΄ν”„β€™λŠ” 자투리 유리λ₯Ό μž¬ν™œμš©ν•΄ λ„μ‹œν™”μ™€ 산업화에 λ”°λ₯Έ 징후와 ν˜„μƒμ„ μ‘°λͺ…ν•œ μž‘ν’ˆ. μž”ν˜Ήν•˜κ³  λ‚ μΉ΄λ‘œμš΄ 곡포의 감각을 μ£ΌλŠ” 유리 쑰각은 달리 μƒκ°ν•˜λ©΄ μ—°μ•½ν•˜κ³  λΆ€μ„œμ§€κΈ° μ‰¬μš΄ μž”λ””λ‚˜ μ‹ λΉ„λ‘œμš΄ κ²°μ •μ²΄μ²˜λŸΌ 보인닀. κ±°λŒ€ν•œ λ„μ‹œμ˜ 이면에 μˆ¨μ€ 또 λ‹€λ₯Έ λ„μ‹œμ˜ 풍경을 κ°„μ ‘μ μœΌλ‘œ ν‘œν˜„ν–ˆλ‹€λŠ” μ μ—μ„œ 인상 κΉŠλ‹€. μ•žμœΌλ‘œκ°€ 더 κΈ°λŒ€λ˜λŠ” β€˜μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt.β€™μ˜ 첫 μ „μ‹œ <사적인 μ›€μ§μž„>은 μ˜€λŠ” 7μ›” 31μΌκΉŒμ§€ 이어진닀. μƒŒλ“œμœ„μΉ˜ apt. μ„œμšΈ 성동ꡬ 연무μž₯κΈΈ 114 3μΈ΅ λ”Β μžμ„Έν•œΒ λ‚΄μš©μ€Β <μ•„μ΄μ¦ˆλ§€κ±°μ§„>Β λ§ν¬μ—μ„œ
DIY peppermint spoons
This is a perfect item to use in your hot holiday drinks β€” use the peppermint spoon to stir the drink and then the peppermint will melt into your drink. How amazing is that? This DIY tutorial comes from the creative people at Princess Pinky Girl. Materials For this project, you will need: -- Hard peppermint candies -- Oven -- Spoon molds (you can buy these at a craft or baking store or online here) -- Plastic bag -- Food/candy crusher (you can also use a hammer) -- Chocolate chips and sprinkles (optional)You can find most of these items at a craft or grocery store. Form the spoons Put a lot of hard peppermint candies in a plastic bag. Then, use the food crusher or hammer to crush the candies into smaller pieces. Put the smaller pieces into the mold, as shown in the picture above. Make sure there are a lot of peppermint candies in the handle as this section will break easily if there is enough peppermint candy there. Melt the peppermint Melt the peppermint candy in the oven at 300 degrees for about 10 minutes. Keep an eye on the candy to make sure that it melts all the way, but doesn't bubble. If any of the spoon looks thin, you can add some more peppermint candy pieces and stick it back in the oven. Let the spoons cool completely before removing from the molds. If you need more help making the peppermint spoons, check out this video with simple step-by-step instructions. If you want to add some extra flair to your peppermint spoons, you can add melted chocolate and sprinkles to your spoons. Use the peppermint spoon in your favorite holiday drink and enjoy! For more DIY projects for food items, check out the "DIY FOOD" collection!
What Your Birthstone Says About You
January - Garnet Garnet, the birthstone for January, signifies eternal friendship and trust and is the perfect gift for a friend. Garnet, derived from the word granatum, means β€œseed,” and is called so because of the gemstone's resemblance to a pomegranate seed. References to the gemstone dates back to 3100 B.C., when the Egyptians used garnets as inlays jewelry. Constancy, Loyalty. February - Amethyst Amethyst, the birthstone for February, is believed by ancient Greeks and Romans to ward off temptation, also is said to keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted. Throughout history, the gemstone has been associated with many myths, legends, religions, and numerous cultures. English regalia were even decorated with amethysts during the Middle Ages to symbolize royalty. Serenity, Peace. March - Aquamarine The name aquamarine is derived from the Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea. This gemstone was believed to protect sailors, as well as to guarantee a safe voyage. The serene color of aquamarine is said to cool the temper, allowing the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded. Its pale, cool color beautifully complements spring and summer wardrobes. Courage, Health. April - Diamond As the April birthstone, diamonds are the ideal gift for a loved one, with more choices now than ever. These stones are strong, eternal, and came from time and extreme pressure. Innocence, Love. May - Emerald As the birthstone for May, the emerald, a symbol of rebirth, is believed to grant the owner foresight, good fortune, and youth. Emerald, derived from the word smaragdus, meaning green in Greek, was mined in Egypt as early as 330 B.C. Happiness, fertility. June - Pearl, Alexandrite For centuries, pearls have been used as an adornment., and were one of the favorite gem materials of the Roman Empire. Later in Tudor England, the 1500s were known as the pearl age. Pearls are unique as they are the only gems from living sea creatures and require no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty. Balance, Joy. July - Ruby There’s no better way to demonstrate your love than by giving a ruby in celebration of a July birthday. Rubies arouse the senses, stir the imagination, and are said to guarantee health, wisdom, wealth and success in love. Nobility, Beauty. August - Peridot Peridot is said to host magical powers and healing properties to protect against nightmares and to bring the wearer power, influence, and a wonderful year. As peridot is a gemstone that forms deep inside the earth and brought to the surface by volcanoes, in Hawaii, peridot symbolizes the tears of Pele, the goddess of fire and volcanoes. Felicity, Protection. September - Sapphire Sapphire, the September birthstone, has been popular since the Middle Ages and, according to folklore, will protect your loved ones from envy and harm. Medieval clergy wore sapphires to symbolize heaven, while commoners thought the gem attracted heavenly blessings. Wisdom, Calmness. October - Opal, Tourmaline The name opal derives from the Greek Opallos, meaning "to see a change (of color)." Opals range in color from milky white to black with flashes of yellow, orange, green, red, and blue. Balance, Endurance. November - Topaz Topaz is a gemstone available in a rich rainbow of colors. Prized for several thousands of years in antiquity, all yellow gems for a time were called topaz. The most prized color of topaz is called Imperial topaz after the Russian Czars of the 1800s, and features a magnificent orange body color with pink undertones. Friendship, strength. December - Turquoise, Zircon The name turquoise, from the French expression Pierre tourques or Turkish stone, originated in the thirteenth century and describes one of the oldest known gemstones. Wisdom, wealth. What is your birthstone!?
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