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What stitches should you use when hand embroidering letters? In this blog and video tutorial I go over using back stitch, split stitch, stem stitch, chain stitch, couching and satin stitch.

What stitches should you use when hand embroidering letters? In this blog and video tutorial I go over using back stitch, split stitch, stem stitch, chain stitch, couching and satin stitch.

We have here the best tricks you can use in order to make your clothes pure white and stainless. If you use to buy expensive detergents or stain cleaners to wash off that stain of coffee and wine of you white clothes just stop doing it. RelatedContinue re

Bread Bowls 4 Ways

Bread Bowls 4 Ways

One of the things you often see us talking about when explaining Photoshop techniques is layer masks. If you are new to using Photoshop and haven’t had much experience in the interface, you may be totally lost as to what this means. Here you can learn everything that you need to know about layer masks, so you can start using them with confidence!

One of the things you often see us talking about when explaining Photoshop techniques is layer masks. If you are new to using Photoshop and haven’t had much experience in the interface, you may be totally lost as to what …

Our house hardly ever becomes a disaster zone because of this one secret: Click through to read my biggest secret to keeping our house clean.

Our house hardly ever becomes a disaster zone because of this one secret: Click through to read my biggest secret to keeping our house clean. It's a big secret of people whose houses are always clean and picked up.

Quick video on how I made the french fade I found it kinda hard to get a good gradient by using the 'normal' method, so I tried to use this method and I think it worked great! ~ The purple stuff is liquid latex from @nailcandiofficial ~ Polishes used: H&M 'french manicure base' Essie 'good to go' @madam_glam 'snow white' Get 30% off at madamglam.co

Quick video on how I made the french fade I found it kinda hard to get a good gradient by using the 'normal' method, so I tried to use this method and I think it worked great! ~ The purple stuff is liquid latex from ~ Polishes used: H