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The Perfect Nude Lip

Ok so I love nude lips – They’re just so versatile!

Whether you’re going to school, college, work or even a night out, nude lips always look amazing and really enhance your lips in a subtle way. 479 more words



Since I am still in high school I’m not one to use Mac brushes and or Sigma so my mom recently picked up the “Elf Powder brush” not just for powder. 196 more words


Into the Woods! (or Into the Weeds) A Cheltenham Road Christmas Project Journey

My latest Mod Podge Rocks project is up and viewable and it’s time for trees!

I’ve been wanting to do these and imagining them but unable to get it really done due to Christmas madness. 306 more words


An In-Depth Recreation of "The Walking Dead" Opening Titles

Credit for this showcase goes to Phil Strahl, at tutsplus.com.  This is a great tutorial that includes information on how to re-color your film, fonts that look good for the credits, even how to get the lens and panning effects used in the original show. 86 more words


After-Before Friday Week 30

Highlighting the creative magic behind post-processed photos

Reminder: Beginning today, ABFriday (and I) will be on a two-week holiday. But keep your eyes open for a pre-scheduled post next Friday, December 26th, for a fun new monthly twist on ABF beginning January 9th! 984 more words


Test for predictability 10/12

This is tenth of twelve part series.

Guideline 3.2 Predictable: Make Web pages appear and operate in predictable ways


to help users with disabilities by presenting content in a predictable order from Web page to Web page and by making the behavior of functional and interactive components predictable. 255 more words


Test for readability 9/12

This is ninth out of the twelve part series…

Guideline 3.1 Readable: Make text content readable and understandable


to allow text content to be read by users and by assistive technology, and to ensure that information necessary for understanding it is available. 68 more words