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Creative summer clothes upgrades for stylish girls


Creative summer clothes upgrades for stylish girls…

36 Ingenius Bra Tricks All women need!


Awesome Bra tricks all women should know…

Amazing Cleaning Hacks!


10 brilliant cleaning hacks that will transform your home…

Creative Polymer Clay Art


Making Easy & Simple Toys for Kids


Creative ideas for making simple & easy toys for kids…

Cute Easy Drawing Ideas!


You will love these easy drawing ideas and have fun while trying them with your kids… 😉

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Awesome Nail Art Designs!


Here are some of the most beautiful nails art designs you can try at home…

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Printable Puzzles for Kids – (Frozen) Level – Easy


Hi, we are going to share printable puzzles for kids at different levels.

First we start with the easy ones (5 pieces)

Soon we’re going to add other levels too.

Hope you enjoy and have great time with your kids!

You can download all printables in A4 HD format below the images.

1- Frozen Princess Elsa
Level : Easy

Frozen Princess Elsa Puzzle (63 downloads)

2- Frozen Princess Anna
Level- Easy

Frozen Princess Anna Puzzle (15 downloads)

3- Frozen Princess Anna – 2
Level- Easy

Frozen Princess Anna -2 (4 downloads)

4- Frozen Characters – Hans
Level- Easy

Frozen Characters - Hans - Easy (7 downloads)

5- Frozen Characters – Duke of Weselton
Level- Easy

Frozen Duke of Weselton (4 downloads)

Impossibly Easy Coconut Custard Pie


Impossibly Easy Coconut Custard Pie


1 cup flaked or shredded coconut

3/4 cup sugar

1/2 cup Original Bisquick™ mix

1/4 cup butter, softened

2 cups milk

1 teaspoon vanilla

4 eggs


1- Heat oven to 400°F. Grease 9-inch pie plate with shortening or cooking spray.

2- In medium bowl, stir all ingredients until blended. Pour into pie plate.

3- Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown and knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

Cover and refrigerate any remaining pie.

Bon Appetit!

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Studies Show That Husbands Stress Women Twice As Much As Children


With all the chaos that children can bring, you would think that they would cause the most stress in a marriage.

However, new research suggests that it’s actually the husband who induces more stress into his wife’s life.


Because many women feel like they are parent to their children as well as to their husband.

A survey conducted in the United States with more than 7,000 mothers revealed that husbands generate on average a stress level of 8.5 out of 10. 46% of women surveyed said that their husbands caused more stress than their children.

The survey also highlighted that three in every four mums reported that they do most of the parenting and household duties.

One in five mums also said that not having enough help from their partner was a huge source of daily stress.

In essence, this research suggests that the real reason for stress in parenting has less to do with children and more to do with the lack of support women get from their partners.

In addition, researchers from the University of Padova also found that after the death of their wives, the health of husbands deteriorates, whereas, after the death of their husbands, women actually become healthier and cope with depression and stress much easier than when their spouse was alive and kicking.

Why Does This Happen?

In families in which both parents are working full-time, women are often left with most of the parenting duties, such as organising playdates, helping with homework and making doctors appointments.

So why does this happen? Well, on the one hand, women tend to be more organised than men, the problem is that some mums do not fully trust their partner to take on these responsibilities, so rather than share the load, they do it all by themselves.

However, on the other hand, husbands sometimes believe that their wives have everything under control and assume that she will ask for help if she needs it.

Do you have such issues in your marriage?

Are you too stressed about everything?

Here are some tips for having a less stressful life.

Firstly, the husband and the wife both equally belong to this marriage. The kids belong to both of them. Then why not split the responsibilities?

It would make life so much easier. Suppose the wife takes charge of the meals and preparing the kids for school.

The husband can look into their homework and studies. Divide the errands, event duties, and housework. Teamwork is the key!

Men sometimes dream of being the best partner and the best father in the whole world. They want to help with things.

But some women think men will only make things worse by helping. So, the wives do everything by themselves and get stressed. Why not allow the husbands to help in any way he can? Do it.

Trust him and let him be the man he wants to be.Maybe he will make mistakes initially, but he’ll be of great help. Trust us.

Once the kids come into this world, the parents give all their attention to parenthood. Don’t forget about your marriage.

Try to get some me-time. Take time out for being with your partner. A happy family needs a strong marriage and good parents.

Remember, you need to be happy so that you can keep your kids and partner happy.

We hope these tips will help you achieve a happier and less-stressful life with your wonderful family!

Creative & Beautiful Ways of Tying Scarf


Amazing compilation of Creative & Beatiful Scarf Tying Methods!







14 Budget-Friendly Ways to Bring Old Clothes Back to Life


Sometimes even a small thing can spoil a mood, especially if it’s connected with one’s appearance.

Like in the case of a spot on a blouse, a shrunken sweater, or a faded shirt, it might seem that everything has gone wrong and that nothing can be resurrected.

However, experienced homemakers know simple and accessible secrets that will help to reanimate spoiled items and bring them back into your wardrobe.

14. Removing grime from suede shoes

You need to rub steel wool hard against the stain. Perhaps you’ll have to do the same with the rest of the shoe to keep it even.

An ordinary dish sponge will help absorb leftover water if your shoes are wet.

13. Preventing a zipper from unzipping

When using a zipper for a long time, it might get loose and start to unzip. In order to prevent this from happening, you can apply some colorless nail polish or hairspray to it.

12. Removing the unpleasant smells from shoes

Oftentimes, the nasty smell coming from your shoes is caused by bacteria which starts to spread an unpleasant odor when it comes into contact with sweat.

In order to get rid of the smell, you need to put them somewhere that has a low temperature.

If you don’t have the option of leaving the shoes on a balcony or outside, you can put them in a plastic bag and into a freezer. Shoes should stay there for 12-24 hours.

11. Removing white deodorant stains from dark clothes

When using deodorant frequently, it can leave white stains on dark clothes that can be removed with regular wet wipes.

Simply wipe the area of the clothes with the stains and they will disappear.

10. Restoring faded clothes

Colored clothes might look faded after several runs through the washing machine. In order to make a bright item keep its color longer, you can use white vinegar or regular salt.

Vinegar will be good for synthetic fabrics while adding 2-3 tablespoons of salt to the washing powder will restore the colors of natural fabrics.

9. Preventing a sweater from itching, losing its color, and being eaten by moths

A wool sweater is a product that sometimes causes inconvenience and requires delicate care.

If you place a folded sweater into a plastic bag and into a freezer, it will pill and shed less. Moreover, low temperatures kill the larvae of moths.

You can get rid of itchiness by wetting the sweater and putting it into the freezer for 10 hours. After that, you’ll need to de-freeze it in warm water and dry it off.

8. Bringing back snow white color to underwear

Boric acid can help to get rid of yellow stains on clothing and bring back the snow white color they once had before the many washes you’ve put them through.

You’ll need to use 60 g of boric acid with 4 liters of water for heavily soiled items, and 20 g of the acid with 10 liters of water for a more gentle wash.

Soak it for 2 hours. It’s not recommended to use this method too often.

7. Getting rid of static clinging on clothing

Static clinging can be stopped by using a metal item. In order to stop clothes from clinging to the body, you’ll need to loop it through a metal hanger before putting it on.

You can also use a clothespin by attaching it to the inner part of the clothing item or rubbing a thimble against the whole area of the item.

6. Removing a fresh berry stain

This simple trick works only if the berry stain is fresh. You’ll need to stretch the cloth and pour boiling water on the dirty surface until the stain disappears.

Experienced homemakers note that removing berry stains from natural fabrics is more difficult than from synthetic items.

5. Removing oil fuel stains

Fir oil can help remove oil fuel stains. You should take 2 cotton pads or sponges, place one pad under the stain, and rub the stain with the second pad soaked in oil.

If the stain didn’t disappear with the first attempt, try again. After doing this, you’ll need to wash the item.

4. Removing a mildew smell

Things that have been lying in a closet for a long time smell bad. In order to get rid of this mildew smell, you’ll need to dilute the alcohol with water in the ratio of 1: 2 and apply this solution to the clothing with a spray bottle.

3. If a white item ends up in a washing cycle with colored clothing

Potassium permanganate can help if you mistakenly wash white items with colored items.

You should solute 3-5 crystals of potassium permanganate in a glass of water (the solution should have a light pink color).

After that, pour the solution into 9 liters of hot water and add 1/3 of the grated laundry soap bar.

Soak the colored white clothes in this solution for 50 minutes and wash them normally.

2. Restoring shrunken clothes

This method works well with knitted items. Add some baby shampoo or hair conditioner to warm water.

You can also add some fabric softener to it. Soak a shrunken item in this solution for at least 30 minutes.

1. Removing burned ironing stains

The damaged part of the clothes should be wiped or ironed with a cloth moistened with hydrogen peroxide.

Are you aware of some other tricks for restoring spoiled clothes?

We’d be happy to hear from you in the comments on Pinterest.

This is why you should rub egg in your hair every week


Rub this mixture in your hair every week for two months

The older you get, the more difficult it becomes to maintain your looks and appearance.

Both the inside and the outside of your body start to fall in disrepair after some time and a fresh look is no longer something that always comes naturally.

Your hair, for example, can start to thin out as you get older. Want to do something about that? We might just have the solution you need.

This mixture might help you get back that full head of hair.

Getting older

Wrinkles, sagging skin on your neck, bat wings on your upper arms, slower metabolism and inexplicable pains and ailments: they’re all symptoms of getting older.

One of the most hated signs of getting older is thinning hair or even loss of it. A lot of people start dealing with this from their 30th birthday onward.

Your hair starts getting thinner and weaker and you end up with a lot more hairs in your hairbrush than usual. Hair follicles die off more quickly, which means new hair will grow less quickly and also less frequently.

Plus, it also won’t be able to grow as long as it used to. There are countless shampoos, creams and other chemical products that promise to give you a head full of beautiful hair.

These are usually very expensive, though, and a lot of the times they don’t even work properly. Luckily, there’s a completely natural and cheap way to stimulate your hair growth.


Thinning hair can be very tedious and also quite confronting. You’ve tried a couple of expensive shampoos and creams but nothing seems to be working to help you maintain your beautiful ‘do.

This problem will be a thing of the past, though, because if you rub this natural, homemade mixture on your head every week the results might just astound you.

The mixture only contains three ingredients (all of them natural!) and you can very simply do this at home. You’ll need to be a little patient before you notice the results, though; it’ll take about two to three months.

This is what you need:

2 tablespoons sunflower oil

1 teaspoon honey

1 egg yolk

a swimming cap that stays on properly

This is what you need to do

Mix all three ingredients together in a bowl and then apply it to your hair and scalp. When you’ve applied it properly, put on the swimming cap and let everything soak into your hair.

Afterwards, thoroughly wash your hair with a natural shampoo or at least one that doesn’t contain any sulfates. This is less aggressive and much better for your hair.

Do this every week on a set day and your hair might just become a lot thicker.

How to remove a small wart without pain!


Removing a wart can be really easy!

Most people will probably have had a wart before at some point. Warts are caused by a virus and they mostly appear on hands and feet, but they can also occur in different spots.

Although they’re innocent and most of them disappear again after a while, they can be annoying.

Most people let their doctor remove their warts, but did you know that you can also remove them by yourself quite easily?

There’s a trick that’s said to help you get rid of your warts completely painlessly and in no time at all.

It can be really easy to remove a small wart without experiencing any pain. All you need for this is a small piece of duct tape, some water and a pumice stone.

This is how it works: take the piece of duct tape and stick it on top of the wart.

Make sure it is covered properly, with about 1 cm on every side of it.

Now, you will have to leave the duct tape there for six days without touching it.

After six days, you can remove the duct tape. Take a bowl with warm water and soak the wart in this for about 5 minutes.

Next, get out the pumice stone and use this to scrub at the wart.

Since the water will have already soaked the skin, you can easily scour away the wart without it hurting. Such a simple trick!