Kjersti Løfors

Kjersti Løfors

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diy inspirational quote pillows

After choosing your quote, stuff your pillow cover with some cardboard to keep the marker from bleeding through and to keep the fabric stretched out smooth. Use a pencil to stencil your quote onto the pillow cover.

modge podge a map to a lampshade!

DIY: Mod podge a map to a lampshade.I really like the many suggestions for recycling old maps and atlases. You could even concentrate your shade on specific locations that someone likes to personalize the shade for them.

Sizzix Die Cutting Inspiration and Tips: Triple Take Thursday (x5) - Suitcase Pop 'n Cuts Idea File & Video Tutorial

Fantastic pop-up card featuring the Pop 'n Cuts Suitcase insert and companion Bigz Suitcase die. Richele Christensen: Journey Pop 'n Cuts Card

This piece of our glorious planet is named "Velvet Beauty"  found in 1890 in Bisbee Arizona -- azurite, malachite and copper

Azurite is a blue copper mineral with the chemical formula It forms monoclinic crystals. Azurite weathers into malachite. Azurite is used as a pigment, in jewelry, and as a decorative stone. This stone is called "Velvet Beauty" from Bisbee, Arizona.

Carletonite is a rare silicate mineral. Poudrette Quarry, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Montérégie, Québec. Canada

Carletonite is a rare silicate mineral. Poudrette Quarry, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Montérégie, Québec, CA. Found in cores of thermally metamorphosed wall-rock zenoliths of shale and limestone.

Dual Aurora highway above Ersfjorden, nothern Norway

Some of the most beautiful sights have the strangest names. Behold: “Dual Aurora Highway” - here seen above Ersfjorden in Northern Norway. God makes beautiful things.

The salp chain -  (Pegea confoederata) A salp (plural salps) or salpa (plural salpae or salpas) is a barrel-shaped, planktonic tunicate. It moves by contracting, thus pumping water through its gelatinous body. The salp strains the pumped water through its internal feeding filters, feeding on phytoplankton.

A salp (plural salps) is a barrel-shaped, planktonic tunicate. It moves by contracting, thus pumping water through its gelatinous body. The salp strains the pumped water through its internal feeding filters, feeding on phytoplankton.