Calico is My Kids

Daily Archive: Thursday, July 11, 2019

Hair color correction is a big money maker in salons nationwide for women. The reason: over-the-counter hair coloring products have given consumers the impression that hair color is easy and extremely affordable. One look at a professionally-colored model on a commercial or glossy magazine page and many people clamor to the closest drug store to purchase a $5 box of color with the hopes of receiving a $50 salon look. The results are often disastrous, and it can take hundreds of dollars to correct a hair color problem that could have been prevented with just a tiny bit of knowledge and planning. The most common problem seen with hair coloring at home and in salons is choosing a hair color that is too light for [&hellip

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I started as a stamper. I remember being amazed at how a line art drawing could produce such beautiful results. I started simply stamping and coloring in and progressed to more advanced techniques. And then I was introduced to Scrapbooking via a home party. But I was a stamper! How could I combine the two? I began incorporating my rubber stamps into my scrapbooks and you can too. You can use rubber stamps as backgrounds, titles, decorative accents, decorative borders and anyway you can think of. For me using rubber stamps in my scrapbooks provided a new creative expression to pass down to my children. Of course, rubberstamp styles and techniques have changed over the years and even some stamps are available specifically for Scrapbooking. [&hellip

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