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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Now that it's both Latinx Heritage month and Spooky Season, we're ending this week with the best of both worlds. Here are some pieces by latinx artists with creepy elements like snakes, skulls, and more.     *none of this work is ours, we are showcasing our favorite artists and the rights belong to them         Ilse Valfré   Nothing says spooky like this LA artist who's trademark styles are her dark...

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Spooky season is upon us, friends! In the spirit of October, I’m going to share a couple tasty ideas for how to use pumpkins. You can get a lot of things from one small pumpkin, believe it or not. In this case, I’m going to use one pumpkin to make pumpkin ice cream (no ice cream maker required!) and a batch of roasted pumpkin seeds....

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Hi Makers! This week, we're getting started on a new series. Interested in electronics, or just want to pick up a new hobby? This series, All About Arduino, will help you out: we'll be going step-by-step and make a variety of basic machines using the Elegoo UNO Project Super Starter Kit, which gives you everything you need to explore everything an Arduino can do!   First, in...

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Tomorrow marks the start of Inktober - a month long drawing challenge where participants draw something new each day! This year we're posting some alternative prompt lists for participants! While Inktober initially began as a fun challenge for artists, the original creator Jake Parker has plagiarized content from artists Alphonso Dunn for his book on Inktober. You can learn more about Dunn's situation here.Alphonso Dunn...

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Happy Latinx Heritage Month everyone! Every month from September 15th to October 15th, Latinx Heritage Month rolls around - celebrating the culture and heritage of Hispanic and Latinx individuals around the world!September 15th is a significant day for the community because it marks the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries such as El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica and Nicaragua! Other Hispanic countries...

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I'm pretty sensitive to light when I sleep, so I prefer to have something covering my eyes if I’m trying to sleep while it's light out. Lately I’ve been waking up earlier than I’d like because of the early sunrises, so I decided to make a sleeping mask to help myself. This process involved some trial and error, so I’ll share what worked and what...

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A somewhat forgotten pastime that many people share, the arts of knitting and crocheting are making a comeback as of late. It is calming and relaxing, so that is why we have decided to bring it to you! Below you will find links to several how-tos on how to crochet and knit, different patterns, plus Pinterest is one of your best friends in looking for...

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