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Tiger at Auckland Zoo

Breakfast with Auckland Zoo's tigers

Wow - now thats a BIG tent! I wonder how ling it takes to put up. POssibly a good idea for a cafe inside?

Coolest tent

Awesome Modular Tent System Can Be Configured to Your Liking. so freaking Awesome!

Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles.

This Artist's Cute Little Creations Will Bring A Smile To Your Face Today

Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

INTEREST: Use WOOD STAIN to create artwork on furniture! Tutorial and time-lapse video! {Sawdust and Embryos}

Wood Stain Art - Dahlia Dining Table

Use WOOD STAIN to create artwork on furniture! Tutorial and time-lapse video! {Reality Daydream} DIY Project Step by Step Tutorial

Spice it up! by Dina Belenko on 500px  Conceptual food photography with spice and lettering

Spice it up! by Dina Belenko on Conceptual food photography with spice and lettering

Incorporate a face, by Jerry Boyle. www.boylesculptures.com

Add an element of surprise to your garden! Put a Garden Face in your garden wall.

DIY backyard swing circle. I like this but I also like the idea of hammock chairs.

Swings Around A Campfire

Swings Around the Campfire…first I need a bigger yard! I’m so doing this when we buy a place! Swings Around the Campfire…first I need a bigger yard! I’m so doing…

voor gebaksvorkjes en theelepeltjes bruiloft? gewoon losse blikjes, geen rekje

DIY craft supply caddy from tin cans. I'm thinking a silverware caddy for plastic silverware at picnics.

By Yosuke Goda.  My mom: WHO DREW ON THE WALLS?  WHO WAS IT?:

Une incroyable pièce totalement illustrée au marqueur par l’artiste japonais Yosuke Goda. (I don't speak French but I think) an incredible piece totally illustrated from marker by the Japanese artist Yosuke Goda

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