37. its all about pretending

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下一次浪來,會帶走女孩留在沙灘上的美好足跡,

但我們還在。

刻在我們心中女孩的模樣,也會還在。
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DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
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  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via
  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via
  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via
  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via
  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via
  • designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug
I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how. 
What you need: 
• White Ceramic Mug 
• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container 
• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice) 
Instructions 
• Fill the bowl with warm water. 
• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like. 
• Dip your mug in the water. 
• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up. 
• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel. 
• You can repeat with additional colors if you want. 
• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours. 
I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray. 
via

designed-for-life:

DIY Watercolour Mug

I love the effect of watercolour, and while I love finding a beautiful cushion, painting or poster with a kaleidoscope of color, I, like Caitlin of The Merrythought, have been trying to come up with a few ways to add a hint of faux watercolour around the house. After seeing her cousin give herself a “watercolour” manicure, Caitlin came up with this extremely effective and easy (not to mention gorgeous!) DIY of a watercolour mug. Read on to see how.

What you need:

• White Ceramic Mug

• Old or Disposable Bowl/Container

• Nail Polish (in colour of your choice)

Instructions

• Fill the bowl with warm water.

• Add a drop of nail polish to the water and let it spread out. You can also use a skewer to swirl the color around a bit to give it the effect you’d like.

• Dip your mug in the water.

• You can use nail polish remover to remove any excess nail polish on the bottom and inside of the mug or sections that got messed up.

• Carefully pat mug dry with paper towel.

• You can repeat with additional colors if you want.

• Once you’ve achieved the look you want, let it sit for at least two hours.

I would recommend hand washing these mugs. Durability will also depend on quality of the nail polish - just as it would on your nails. If you run into problems, try coating the outside with a clear coat of nail polish or a non toxic finishing spray.

via

aztec-dreams:

“When you paint your lips, eye lids, nails or whatever, to look attractive, don’t forget your up stairs(intellect) if you leave it behind, i will consider all other colors invalid.” 
― Michael Bassey Johnson

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Made this stack of vegan French toast + banana + blueberries + cacao nibs + rice malt syrup just for you! I want to thank all 70K of you for your support and all of your kind words. You guys are the best! Enjoy this virtual stack of French toast 💕

themilkywhiteway:

Made this stack of vegan French toast + banana + blueberries + cacao nibs + rice malt syrup just for you! I want to thank all 70K of you for your support and all of your kind words. You guys are the best! Enjoy this virtual stack of French toast 💕

"I love being horribly straightforward. I love sending reckless text messages (because how reckless can a form of digitized communication be?) and telling people I love them and telling people they are absolutely magical humans and I cannot believe they really exist. I love saying, “Kiss me harder,” and “You’re a good person,” and, “You brighten my day.” I live my life as straight-forward as possible.

Because one day, I might get hit by a bus.

Maybe it’s weird. Maybe it’s scary. Maybe it seems downright impossible to just be—to just let people know you want them, need them, feel like, in this very moment, you will die if you do not see them, hold them, touch them in some way whether its your feet on their thighs on the couch or your tongue in their mouth or your heart in their hands.

And there is nothing more risky than pretending not to care.

We are young and we are human and we are beautiful and we are not as in control as we think we are. We never know who needs us back. We never know the magic that can arise between ourselves and other humans.

We never know when the bus is coming.

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