Have you ever looked at pictures of people with different coloured eyes and wondered, I wish my eyes were like that? There's an easy, mess-free, cost less way to change the colour of your eyes... in a picture at least.
Pixlr is a photo editing program similar to Photoshop, but a little more basic, easier to use, and free. It's online, so click on this to get the link.
It's best to start with a simple picture of an eye from Google, and then start doing real pictures of yourself.
Hope you have fun with this quick tutorial! You can also try this with hair, but in a different way.
Hey there! I know I haven't been posting much lately, but here's a post for you to relish:
My mouth waters as I type each word...
Anyway, this is a recipe to make your own chocolate dessert.
1 bottle of Nutella
1 bottle of Whipped Cream
1 tube of Frosting
8 Oreo Cookies
1 teaspoon of melted butter
1 teaspoon of caramel syrup
1/2 cup cream
1. In a large bowl, mix together the Nutella, whipped cream, cream and caramel sauce to get a thick and creamy mixture.
2. Blend the Oreo cookies in a blender.
3. Mix the melted butter with the Oreo cookies to soften it.
4. Layer the bottom of your cup with the Oreo cookie mixture.
5. Pour in the Nutella mixture.
6. Add frosting on top.
7. Put toppings like sprinkled and chocolate syrup on your finished dessert.
Tip: You can add strawberries or banana slices for a fruity finish.
(This is a recipe I have found and altered a bit to suit the ingredients I have. Find the original recipe here.)
Have fun with this recipe, and don't be afraid to change it a bit! Also, I might be changing my blog name...
Need a quick last minute card to give to your friends, but don't have any craft material lying around? Don't fret, just download Photoshop to make a simple, yet very gorgeous and intricate card in just ten minutes. You don't have to be Photoshop Master to do it either. Here's a design I created myself.
I used Photoshop CS6 Trial Version.
If it is unclear, zoom in your browser screen so you can see it better.
I hope that was clear and easy enough to understand. If you have any questions, you can comment below.
Hello! Today's post will be a holiday-themed tutorial where I will show you how to draw a Christmas tree. This is a quick tutorial and goes great on Christmas cards, charts and posters. Anyone can draw this, since it's really simple yet beautiful, but don't give up hope if it doesn't come out the way you want it the first time. Get out your pencil and some paper, let's start drawing!
So that's how you draw a Christmas Tree! Hope it put you in the festive mood! You could colour the tree too to make it more appealing.
(Sorry if the images are a bit blurry.)
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