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I’ve finished the first draft of my book, THE MAKING OF THE CHAMP! It’s a process book that goes into intense detail about how I made my stopmo film covering stuff like armatures, props and rigs! 44 Pages of info nuggets lovingly prepared by yours truly. The PDF will be for sale online when I release my film in the upcoming weeks!

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Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
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biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info
biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info
biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info
biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info
biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info
biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners
Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:
Banana
Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Coffee
Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit) 
Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
Not pictured:
Date palms: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)Jujube: (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
I would like to try:
Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.
Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!
Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!
#garden hacks #DIY
Zoom Info

biodiverseed:

Indoor Tropical Fruit for Temperate Gardeners

Here are some things I’m growing indoors right now:

  1. Banana
  2. Pineapple (can be grown from the top of store-bought fruit)
  3. Mango (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
  4. Coffee
  5. Avocado (can be grown from the pit of store-bought fruit)
  6. Pomegranate (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit
  7. Passionfruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  8. Kiwifruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  9. Guava (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  10. Cherimoya (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
  11. Kumquat (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  12. Blood Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  13. Mandarin Orange (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  14. Clementine (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  15. Lemon (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)
  16. Grapefruit (can be grown from the seeds of store-bought fruit)

Not pictured:

Date palms(can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)
Jujube:
 (can be grown from the pits of store-bought fruit)

I would like to try:

Papaya, Lime, Citron, Dragonfruit, and Starfruit.

Many of these, like the avocado, may never actually bear fruit indoors: but, there is a chance that smaller trees—like the lemon, orange, kumquat, guava, and coffee—could (provided they have enough light). I dream of the day when I could even think of building a heated greenhouse for these, but for now, a sunny window will have to suffice!

Either way, sprouting the waste from your groceries is a fine way to get free houseplants!

#garden hacks #DIY

olgannme:

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The very first photo-shoot for our embellished tight collection. NIQE Designs look very professional.

While I was working on designs in the studio (Sanna was very existed to give it a go too), made samples, got used to them so much, but looking at the pictures is like I see the tights for very first time.

Very satisfied with the result, never thought that we could take this project so far. But we did.

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MARY KATRANTZOU FALL 2014 RTW

FASHGIF TURNS THREE TODAY!

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TO ANOTHER YEAR!
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