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How To: Mist houseplants

This video demonstrates how to mist your plants and to keep insects away. Plants that like high humidity will benefit the most from misting. Use an empty spray bottle that already has a mister. Clean the bottle well and spray a few times to get residual material from the tube. The best time to mist is in the morning, but you should mist at least once a day. Using a humidifier along with the misting process in the winter will make your plants happy.

How To: Make a shimmer mixture for cards with Stampin' Up!

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a shimmer mist mixture for cards. Begin by filling a small spray bottle with rubbing alcohol. Now add about 1/2 tsp-tbsp of Champagne Mist shimmer paint into the spray bottle and shake it to mix it. Users can also use frost white or platinum shimmer paint. To apply the shimmer mixture on a card, spray the mist in the air and wave the card stock into the mist. The alcohol will help dry the paint faster. This video will benefit those viewers who...

How To: Use hairspray with Nexxus

Kevin Mancuso shows three simple hair spray techniques using the nexus finishing mist. When straightening hair with a flat iron1) Lightly spray the finishing mist on every section of the hair. 2) Use a flat iron to straighten your hair. When curling hair with curl rollers1) Set up the rollers and spray the finishing mist on the base of the curl roller. 2) Lightly spray the entire curling set with the finishing mist. 3) Remove the rollers from your hair. Retaining volume underneath the hair1) ...

How To: Create a rainbow mist effect in Blender

Learn how to use nodes and glsl in blender to create a realtime mist effect that fades out objects in the distance to whichever colors you want. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, take a look!

How To: Make new lace look old

Marion teaches us how to use a technique involving lace and glitter mist to make the lace look vintage. The lace can be placed in a bucket to spray the glitter mist from Tattered Angels onto the lace. Doing this in the spray bucket allows you to avoid spraying anything else in your work area. Marion uses the Old Lace Glimmer Mist, Suede, Cream de Coco, and Sherbert spray colors for this technique. This combination of the sprays allows you to create an old and vintage look on lace that can be ...

How To: Use glitter mist to make a great scrapbook

Making a scrapbook with glimmer mist, allows you to create interesting effects for scrapbooking. Shake the glimmer mist properly. Instead of shaking it up and down, shake it horizontally in circles. If you shake it up and down, it forces bubbles into the mist, which is the cause of splattering. You'll see a tornado inside, if you are shaking it properly.

How To: Make silk glimmer misted flower for your scrapbook

Kathryn shows how to Glimmer Mist silk flowers for an additional decoration in scrapbooking. In this tutorial, she uses the Red Velvet and Cherub Pink Glimmer Mist colors. The flower is made with strips of silk. The strips should be cut to your own desire. Using a white gel pen, trace circles onto black paper, which will be the center of the flower. Use a dye to add color to the strips of silk. Before beginning this process, place the strips on a piece of foil to make sure the spray does not ...

How To: Make a paper pumpkin for a card

For anyone looking to dress up a card, learn how to make a paper pumpkin using punches in this video tutorial. Take a white piece of paper and distress it with Memory Mist (with the pale ale color). Use a box to distress the paper, while avoiding getting the mist all over your work space. To actually make the pumpkin use a store-bought punch (either round or oval). Make the punches with orange cardstock. For each pumpkin, you will need either three ovals or circles. Using a chalk ink to distr...

How To: Avoid dry "airplane skin"

Learn how to avoid dry skin that develops on extended airplane flights. 1 Buy a small sprayer (under three and a third ounces, due to airplane security) and lip balm. 2 Every hour that you are on the airplane, spray your face once with the sprayer's fine mist setting. 3 Do not wipe off the water and apply a thin layer of oil free moisturizer. 4 Apply lip balm every hour.

How To: Make paper roses for cards or scrapbooking

In this arts & crafts tutorial, learn how to make a beautiful rose embellishment out of a piece of 6x6 pattern paper and Glimmer mists to give it a pearlescent sheen. This is a fun technique and great to apply to all your craft projects including cards, scrapbook layouts or home decor projects.

How To: Protect your computer from snoops

Keep private info from prying eyes and earn some peace of mind when you safeguard your PC or Mac against nosy intruders. You will need several great passwords, virtual desktop software, snoopware blockers, a screen filter, a mirror, a healthy sense of paranoia, WPA encryption, and an understanding IT specialist.

How To: Paint a fade on your model cars

If you want to paint a fade on your model cars you should first pick colors that will work well with each other. First, you should plan out your step. Divide the car into parts of the car where you will places your colors. You should designate where you mixing and solid areas are before you begin to paint. You should carry your mixes far and blend them well. When you do this, you'll want to lift up your airbrush a little bit. For fading, go to a solid color, and as you go to a new color lift ...

How To: Apply foundation with a brush

This YouTube video is of Christine from Temptalia.com demonstrating how to apply basic foundation with a 109 brush by mac that is small. First take face primer, try silicon free primer. Apply to your entire face. This helps to keep make up on for longer and is suggested for period that are special are require you to have makeup on or look fresh for longer periods of time. Also suggested for oily skin types to use a modifying cream and primer. It is best to put your primer or moisturizer 10-15...

How To: Make a vintage lady tag

Mybutterflykisses12 shows viewers how to make a vintage lady tag! First, You will need a stampof a vintage lady and some cardstock. Dab your stamp with black ink and stamp it onto card stock that is shaped like a tag. Next, you can stamp on vanilla script above the figure. Next, apply clear embossing powder to the tag and then heat this with a heating gun so it can set. Next, place an opaque stamped image of the same woman over the original on the tag. Cover the stamped image before you apply...

How To: Multiply succulent Kalanchoe cuttings

Succulent Kalanchoe plants are very easy to multiply. The first thing that you need is a healthy mother plant. Take a small leaf section from the base of the plant. Clean the dirt up on the leaf. Set the leaf out to dry in a nice warm area where you don't get direct sunlight because you don't want the leaf to dry out. The area around the stem of the leaf will get calloused over. Once it is calloused over you are ready to plant the leaf. You need some well draining soil such as seed starting m...

How To: Create a subtle ocean-like underwater scene in After Effects

This After Effects tutorial will show you a nice underwater scene, complete with light rays, rising bubbles and cloudy ocean mist. You don't have to be a professional AE user to recreate this great animated scene, either! Laurence Grayson demonstrates all the techniques for this subtle ocean-like underwater look using the standard toolkit in Adobe After Effects (CS3, CS4 & CS5). Using Fractal Noise, CC Snow and a Lens Blur with Depth Map, Laurence will have you chilling out in no time!

How To: Make a homemade rosemary facial spray or facial mist

Nili Nathan demonstrates how to create your own homemade rosemary facial spray. 1. Start by adding 3 oz of distilled water to a spray bottle. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil. 2. Take rosemary essential oil and add 6 drops to the bottle. 3. Gather up some fresh rosemary (possibly from your garden or a friends garden or a nearby store) and add that to the bottle. Close the bottle tightly and shake it up. 4. Now you are ready to spray desired amount to body and face!

How To: Use the clear mount stamps from Stampin' Up!

Dawn5377, teaches you how to use the clear mount stamps. These come in sizes from A to I. They are high cut so you don't get ink on your fingers when using them. The stamps come in a DVD case for easy storage, which also comes with instructions on usage. Remove the sticky part of the image, place it on the back of the rubber stamp. Place image face down on the clear block of equal size. Ink the rubber stamp and just stamp on a piece of paper. You clean the rubber stamp with spray mist and scr...

How To: Use a luminosity mask in Photoshop

This video is about using a luminosity mask in Photoshop. The luminosity mask is used to enhance the color and contrast in photos that lack each of these. The color is enhanced or punched up. Choose the manipulation tool: channel and RGB. To choose RGB, touch control and then select RGB. Select the 100 % white or light parts of the photo, it will not select the darker or black images. Copy the light parts of the image by using control J. Choose to copy the lightest parts by selecting overlay ...

How To: Do a science experiment with dry ice

In this tutorial, Science Bob shows us how to do a science experiment with dry ice. First, take a block of dry ice and place a quarter on top of it. Make sure you are using rubber gloves when you do this, it's dangerous to touch gloves with your bare hands. When you press the quarter down, it will cause it to vibrate very quickly. You can put any type of metal on top of the dry ice and it will make different noises. This is only one of the many things you can do with dry ice. You can also use...

How To: Make an Alice in Wonderland story board craft

This video is about how to make a story board craft. In this case the story is about Alice in Wonderland. In this case 3 Eco art boards are taken of a suitable size of 2 1/2"X3 1/2" the left edge is decorated with a lace spray painted with Memorie mist spray, the rest of the card is also spray painted. Now from Queen Kat Designs the stampings are selected and stamped on each board as per the story. Whilst stamping Indian stamping ink is used as it does not smudges. For extra decoration paper ...

How To: Get runaway curls using a hair straightener

In this tutorial, we learn how to get curls from using a hair straightener. First, prep your hair with a heat protector, which will also help smooth the hair. Next, apply a curl activator mist evenly throughout the hair. Next, section your hair from ear to ear using your fingers, then secure one side so it's out of the way. Now, take about an inch of hair in your straightener then turn it 180 degrees, then pull straight down. Keep doing this for your entire head of hair, and you should get be...

How To: Make a distressed scrapbook tag

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a distressed scarpbook tag. Take two tags, one red color and one yellow color and strip the threads off. Take a light color ā€šÄòDistressā€šÄô ink on a sponge and dab one side of the yellow tag with it to give it a light rough look. Now take little darker brown ink on another sponge and dab the edges of the tag with it. Then place the tag in a box and spray Glimmer mist on the tag. Dry the tag with a dryer. Now dab some more brown in...

How To: Keep your dog cool in the summer with ice water

This video gives you tips on how to keep your dog cooler in the summer heat. Their natural body temperature in the summer is 102 degrees already. Dogs are unable to sweat. Their only mechanisms for cooling themselves naturally are their mouths and the pads of their feet.

How To: Microwave an artichoke

Ocean Mist Farms shows you how to quickly cook fresh artichokes in a microwave. You'll learn a few simple tips and techniques to properly cook an artichoke using ingredients such as lemon, water, salt, and olive oil. After following the preparation tips, microwaving the artichoke will take approximately 18 to 20 minutes, depending on the size of the artichoke and the power of the microwave. You'll be shown what to look for to know when the artichoke is ready to eat, and saving the leftovers i...

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