Today I want to teach anyone how to make the perfect and so darn tasteful guinea pig WRAP!
NEED: A cute and fluffy guinea piggy!
: A wrapper
Optional: Nosy bunny and lettuce!
1) Wash piggy to soften the meat! Use hand warm water to make him or her extra tender!
2) Put clean piggy on the wrapper and tell it to sit still!
3) Send nosy bunny away by promising snacks and carrots!
4) Start to wrap the piggy in the wrap and hear it make cute little sounds of being happy!
5) Add lettuce...... That is if you have it! My piggy was so hungry himself that he decided to eat all the darn lettuce before I washed him!
6) Take a close up for later!
7) Take a close up of the jealous bunny and keep promising him carrots for the best results!
No harmless carrots were hurt during the making of this post!
Thank you for reading and I do hope you will leave a reply if I made you at least smile a bit with this post!
Love hugs and kisses
You can easily turn your old PC case and heatsink fans into Wind Generators that can easily power things like Raspberry Pis and Microcontrollers like Arduinos
I learned about this earlier last year when I got working with electronics and I think its much more available then solar panels are, while also being a great way to recycle old PC parts for new projects, and it's way easier than you may think.
It's that easy. There are some fans (none that I encountered in my spare PC parts ranging from 2009-2016 parts) that require you to short a controller component known as a diode that forces power to flow in one direction, but it is very simple to do if needed.
On a relatively small CPU Heatsink fan that I use this method on, it easily powered my Arduino Uno, my Raspberry Pi Zero, and my raspberry pi 3, with some USB devices attached. You can even spin or crank the fan manually, and it will generate plenty of power for one of those, and you can also use this same method to recharge batteries and other electrical storage devices.
One last thing I want to say about this is that it can be incredibly useful to recycle energy that is already being used indoors (as weatherizing is an issue you will probably run into leaving these outside), like one of the videos describes, which I think is a great way to make every bit of energy you consume go even further. Also, you may want to create a component attached to your wind generator called a voltage or charge controller if you rely on a a sensitive device not receiving too much or too little power as well :)
Basically the rest of this post is a compilation of links explaining (some in video some in text/image) how to do it in detail.
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I've kinda-sorta decided to get into the makeup business and see where it takes me. Since I've always been into makeup and saw it as an artistic form of expression (later on in life), I saw this as a new and exciting venture.
So, I decided to buy some Mica Powder, which is the coolest thing ever. There are so many different colors to choose from. When the powder came in the mail, I was psyched. It is crazily pigmented. It looks like fairy dust when you swatch it. I kind of just wanted to start sprinkling it on everything. Lol but I didn't.
Instead, I started making eyeshadows and this is what became of it:
Starting from the left: Moon, Galaxy, & Platinum.
And this was the look that I created out of those three shadows:
The whole process was so much fun, I'm not going to lie. I can almost guarantee that no matter who you are, you would be fascinated with this process. All you need is a little bit of patience and creativity. It's like making pottery, starting something from the ground up. I literally created makeup from scratch and I've never done that before. As of now, I'm not launching a full on makeup business. But I am experimenting and starting a small line to see how it goes.
Thanks for reading. :)
Ingredients to make a vegetable soup