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Buttermilk Blueberry Buckle

A buckle is a type of cake that is so loaded with fruit that the cake begins to “buckle” under the weight of it all. The finished dish is partway …

Ballerina Barbie Cake! Easy Ballet Tutu Cake with Matching Cupcakes!

Brush Up On Your Iconic Houses With This Elegant Architecture Animation

Take an animated crash course on some of the most iconic houses in architecture.<p><i>Images via</i><p>Architectural experts and structural design newbies alike can appreciate <i>Iconic Houses,</i> a rapid crash course in famous houses animated by Italian graphic designer Matteo Muci. The short animation captures the …

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25 Of The Most Creative Lamp And Chandelier Designs

Light is a practical concern in most homes, but it’s also so much more than that. The right lamp or lampshade can cast the entire room in a different …

Fairytales Come To Life In Magical Photos by Russian Photographer Margarita Kareva

Margarita Kareva is a Russia-based photographer who specializes in fantasy art photography. Her photographs beautifully portray women that have been …

Lost at Sea in a 1997 Container Ship Accident, LEGO Pieces Continue to Wash Ashore in Southwest England

A rogue wave that struck a container ship off the coast of Cornwall in the Southwest of England in 1997 sent 62 containers overboard. Among the lost …

Fresh Watermelon "Cake" - with yoyomax12

The 13 Greatest Iced Coffee Recipes for Summer

Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home!<p>Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home! Via Redbook.com

Flatten Your Belly with This Killer Ab Workout

Get a tight stomach in just six weeks without doing a single crunch. This may be the easiest workout we've ever printed<p>Get ready to whip off your cover-up: This workout, created exclusively for <i>Women's Health</i> by Rachel Cosgrove, C.S.C.S., owner of Results Fitness in Newhall, California, combines …

23 Creative Ways to Repurpose & Reuse Old Stuff

Recycling is a hugely important part of our effort to take care of and live in harmony with the planet we call home, but it doesn’t just have to be …

15 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

Colored eggs is the universal symbol of Easter, and the tradition dates back way to Mesopotamia. Some cultures today are more keen on buying colored …

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The 40 Most Insane Easter Eggs Ever Found

Easter eggs: the ultimate symbol of man- and bunnykind's insatiable need to hide neat things in plain sight. For the last ... our entire existence, …

Patrick Stewart on Sci-Fi and Robots

The May issue of Smithsonian magazine has an interview with Sir Patrick Stewart, in which he talks about <i>Star Trek</i>, science fiction, and the rights of …

20 Secret Rooms You’ll Wish You Had In Your Own Home

Whether they remind you of Chicago speakeasies, medieval assassination plots or Cold-War precautions, secret rooms and passages have an undeniable …

17 Magical Cottages Taken Straight From A Fairy Tale

It’s often said that home is where the heart is, but I’m sure that most of us would easily fall in love with these fairytale cottages and leave our …

20 New Ways to Use Bobby Pins

Innovative ideas from our friends at Cosmo.com<p><b>1. For better grip, flip the bobby pin over so that the wavy side is against your head.</b> If you have a hard time keeping your bobby pins in place, try flipping the pin over. The straight side is slicker and won't grip as well as the wavy, more textured …

Alfred Stieglitz photographed clouds from 1922 to the 1930s in a series called “Equivalents,” in which he experimented with abstraction,…

Alfred Stieglitz photographed clouds from 1922 to the 1930s in a series called <i>“Equivalents,”</i> in which he experimented with abstraction, adhering to the concept that abstract forms could reflect inner emotions and ideas.